Sportanlage Perlach in Munich, Germany -
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Sportanlage Perlach

400m synthetic track in Munich
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About 500m above sea level2000ft above sea level
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Krehlebogen, Bezirksteil Altperlach, Stadtbezirk 16 Ramersdorf - Perlach, Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, 81737, Germany
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General info about track availability in Germany
Generally tracks are not open to the public in Germany. There are some rare exceptions where the owning schools have not put a fence around the track. A tip is to try to get in contact with a club. You my be accepted on the track as a guest during official training time.
If you would like to run on other surfaces, try 400m cinder track or 400m cinder track.
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Piotr -
it is FC Perlach, Pullach is another city district.

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