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Running in Mesa

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About 400m above sea level1000ft above sea level

Good to know about running in Mesa

If you want to run on higher altitude you can take a trip to the area around Payson which is located at about 1500m5000ft .

Best places for workouts in Mesa

If you need an open track in Mesa; Charles D. Poston Junior High School and Toro Stadium are marked as open to the public.

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Summer running in Mesa

Summers in Mesa get very hot. June through September often sees temperatures of around 44°C111°F . It might be wise to do your training early in the mornings or on a treadmill indoors. The temperature in the warmest month of July is normally around 3494 to 41°C105°F at noon and 2882 to 33°C91°F at 6 AM.

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Winter running in Mesa

Running in a new city in the winter time can be tricky. Bad weather and darkness make it hard to find good places to run.

If you want to run after sunset or early in the morning Toro Stadium should have electic lighting.

Your favourite running surface in Mesa

For those who like to run on soft surfaces, these are recommended: Charles D. Poston Junior High School and Rhodes Junior High School.

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Weather in Mesa

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