A good way to meet local runners is to participate in a parkrun. Himmel parkrun is in this area.
Pima Community College is a popular track in Tucson that is open to the public. It has electric lighting for those fall evening workouts. The track was reported to be closed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reid Park is a highly rated running spot with a hard surface. It could be suitable in the winter time as it also has has electric lighting.
Summers in Tucson get very hot. June through September often sees temperatures of around 40°C103°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 3086 to 37°C98°F at noon and 2576 to 29°C85°F at 6 AM.See more weather info below
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 University of Arizona should have electic lighting.
Those looking for a flat course with firm surface can go to University of Arizona.
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The line represents the average temperature. The faded area represents the most likely temperature span. The temperature is within this area 80% of the times.
The line represents the average dew point. The faded area represents the most likely dew point span. The dew point is within this area 80% of the times.
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