North High School Track in Denver, Colorado - runtrack.run
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North High School Track

400m synthetic track in Denver, CO
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Open to the public
Yes
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Free entry
Yes
Altitude
About 1600m above sea level5000ft above sea level
Surface
Synthetic
Has lighting
Yes
Track quality
Great
Status in winter conditions
Usable but not like in summer
Area
Denver
Number of lanes
8
Location
North Denver High School, 2960, North Speer Boulevard, Highland, Denver, Denver County, Colorado, 80211, USA
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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
102m/98m
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