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If you need an open track in Westport; Norwalk High School is marked as open to the public.

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Running in Westport during COVID-19

Tracks may not be open as per usual right now. On RUN:TRACK:RUN, visitors can report whether or not a track is closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Norwalk High School is marked as open.

Winter running in Westport

Winters in Westport can get cold and snowy. December through February might see snow and the temperature is often below -10°C10°F .

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Running tracks in Westport

Norwalk High School

Weather in Westport

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Visit report on Norwalk High School
25/03 -21: Reported as open during the COVID-19 outbreak

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Close to Westport

Norwalk | Talmadge Hill | Darien | Weston | Cannondale | Mill Plain | Stamford | Melville Village | Fairfield | Bridgeport

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