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A good way to meet local runners is to participate in a parkrun. Gateshead parkrun, Windy Nook parkrun and Town Moor parkrun are all in this area.

City Stadium is a track close to Mount Pleasant with a soft surface that is open to the public. It should be usable year round. Be aware that the surface is reported to be very bad.

The Town Moor is a hilly running spot with a hard surface. It could be suitable in the winter time as it has has electric lighting.

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Another track in Mount Pleasant that are marked as open to the public is Gateshead International Stadium.

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Winter running in Mount Pleasant

Winters in Mount Pleasant can get dark. In December it is only bright out between about 99 AM and 164 PM.

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Those looking for a course with hard surface can go to Saltwell Park or the course of Windy Nook parkrun.

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Gateshead International Stadium

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