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Running in Arizona

Show on the map There are 115 areas in Arizona. See them all below. Phoenix, Tucson, Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler has the most runnable places.

Good to know about running in Arizona

You can find some high altitude places in Arizona where the elevation is 1500m5000ft or more above sea level.
Flagstaff, McNary, Eagar, Grand Canyon Village and Fort Defiance are some of the highest located cities/villages.

Best places for workouts in Arizona

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Highly rated places to run in Arizona

McClintock High School / Tempe 400m synthetic track
South Mountain Park / Phoenix Very hilly trail running spot

Climate in Arizona

The climate differs a lot in different parts of Arizona. The yearly average temperature in Show Low is 10°C49°F compared to Yuma where it is 25°C77°F.

More detailed information about the weather in Arizona can be found on the page for each city.

Blog posts mentioning Arizona

Most Popular Places for Training at Altitude in RTR-blog.
...Flagstaff , Arizona , United States 2100m/6900ft Situated close to the Grand Canyon, Flagstaff is a popular destination in the US for those wanting to train at altitude....
...The weather is especially good for training, as it isn’t hot like the rest of Arizona due to the altitude....

Comments on places around Arizona

C - on Tempe High School
Construction Complete
Anonymous user - on Richard B. Wilson K-8 School
Track is open to public however they are spraying chemicals on fields and will be closed until 6/2..
ChandlerResident - on Santan Junior High School
Just Called them they said: Not during school hours Not during practice- which runs until 5:15PM/1..
Visit report on Phoenix College
Free parking. No public restrooms.
Anonymous user - on Coronado High School
Closed to public on the weekend, otherwise, it's open to public.

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