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About 2500m above sea level8000ft above sea level

Good to know about running in Granby

Granby is located at a very high altitude. It is usually a good idea to reduce your training the first days when you arrive at high altitude and adjust your paces for the remainder of your stay.
If you want to run on lower altitudes you have Johnstown and Fort Lupton within reasonable distance.

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Winter running in Granby

Winters in Granby can get cold and snowy. December through April might see snow and the temperature is often below -20°C0°F . February through April are especially snowy with an average of about 17.5 cm0.7 inches of snow per day.

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Running tracks in Granby

Middle Park High School

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