Sunnyslope High School Track in Phoenix, Arizona - runtrack.run
Scroll up to edit or save
> United States > Arizona > Phoenix > Sunnyslope High School > US > AZ > Phoenix >

Sunnyslope High School Track

400m synthetic track in Phoenix, AZ
Show on the map
Open to the public?
- Do you know?
Free entry?
- Do you know?
Altitude
About 400m above sea level1000ft above sea level
Surface
Synthetic
Area
Phoenix
Number of lanes
8
Location
Sunnyslope High School, North 2nd Drive, Sunnyslope, North Mountain, Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, 85021-3518, United States of America
Get directions
www.google.com/maps/dir/?api..
Weather
See details below
Approximate lengths of straights/curves
102m/98m
All content on RUN:TRACK:RUN is added by our visitors. Help the community by adding missing info, writing helpful comments, leaving visit reports or editing if you find something wrong. No account needed.
General info about track availability in United States
The tracks at public shools are generally open to the public outside of the times for school and after school activities.
Ask the school to make sure what rules apply at the track in question.

Running at tracks owned by private schools or the military is generally forbidden.
This is one of 36243 tracks from all around the world listed on RUN:TRACK:RUN. Find them all here.

Did you try to run here?

The track at Sunnyslope High School is missing some info

Please fill out the form below if you have the local knowledge to help your fellow runners.
Open to the public
Mark as open if it is closed due to COVID-19 but open usually.
Free of charge
Has lighting
Quality
Link to official site for the track
Show more fields

Weather around Sunnyslope High School

Weather data by OikoLab.

A normal day in , the temperature ranges between about °C °F and °C°F.

Temperatures in

The line represents the average temperature. The faded area represents the most likely temperature span. The temperature is within this area 80% of the times.

Humidity in

The line represents the average dew point. The faded area represents the most likely dew point span. The dew point is within this area 80% of the times.

Wind in

The line represents the average wind speed.

Blog posts mentioning Arizona

Most Popular Places for Training at Altitude in RTR-blog.

Do you know of a YouTube video about running here?

Running spots Running spots close by

North Mountain | Phoenix Mountains Preserve
Cookie settings | Feedback | Terms