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Running in Plymouth

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A good way to meet local runners is to participate in a parkrun. Central parkrun is in this area.

Mount Edgcumbe parkrun is a group run close to Plymouth. It has a hilly course that might suit those looking for a hill workout.

Mount Edgcumbe parkrun
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Best places for workouts in Plymouth

If you need an open track in Plymouth; Brickfields Stadium is marked as open to the public.

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Winter running in Plymouth

Winters in Plymouth can get windy. December and January are usually the most windy with average wind speeds of 6.4m/s14.3mph .

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Your favourite running surface in Plymouth

Those looking for a course with hard surface can go to the course of Central parkrun.


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Group runs in Plymouth

Central parkrun

Running tracks in Plymouth

Brickfields Stadium

Weather in Plymouth

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