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Running in Utah

Show on the map There are 98 areas in Utah. See them all below. Orem, Salt Lake City, West Valley City, Provo and St. George has the most runnable places.

Good to know about running in Utah

Most of Utah is located 1500m5000ft or more above sea level. 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.
Monticello, Bicknell, Park City, East Carbon and Panguitch are some of the highest located villages/cities.

Best places for workouts in Utah

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Highly rated places to run in Utah

Herriman High School, East High School, Viewmont High School and Ralph Maughan Track are popular places to run in this area.

Climate in Utah

The climate differs a lot in different parts of Utah. The yearly average temperature in Orem is 4°C40°F compared to St. George where it is 16°C61°F.

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

Monument Valley High School / Goulding's Synthetic track
Stewart Stadium / Ogden Track
Weber High School / Pleasant View Synthetic track

Comments on places around Utah

Visit report on Viewmont High School
Loved the track and updated facility. Will respect
Visit report on Ralph Maughan Track
They're super chill about letting you run there
corey - on Cottonwood High School
went over at about 3:30 on a tuesday in fall. ran a warm up on the track and apparently there was..
Anonymous user - on Olympus High School
It is open to the public, but the field is being redone currently which might impact accessibility.
Anonymous user - on Herriman
It actually gets up to 102 in July and gets up to 98* on most days of that month. It’s also windy ..

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