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LAmoreaux Collegiate Institute Track

400m asphalt/concrete track in Toronto
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Open to the public
Yes
Free entry
Yes
Altitude
About 200m above sea level600ft above sea level
Surface
Asphalt/Concrete
Area
Toronto
Location
LAmoreaux Collegiate Institute, 2501, Bridletowne Circle, LAmoreaux, Scarborough, Ontario, M1W 2K1, Canada
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Weather
The weather around here in February is usually cold and occasionally snowy. See details below
Approximate lengths of straights/curves
87m/113m
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General info about track availability in Canada
Outdoor tracks in Canada are generally open to the public without charge unless they are booked for track meets or other events.
If you would like to run on other surfaces, try Timberbank Park, 400m cinder track or Sir John A Macdonald Collegiate Institute.
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