Wetaskiwin Composite High School Track in Wetaskiwin, Alberta - runtrack.run
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Wetaskiwin Composite High School Track

400m cinder track in Wetaskiwin
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Open to the public
Yes
Free entry
Yes
Surface
Cinder
Altitude
About 800m above sea level2000ft above sea level
Track quality
OK
Status in winter conditions
Usable but not like in summer
Area
Wetaskiwin
Public hours
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Location
48 Avenue, Wetaskiwin, Alberta, T9A 0R6, Canada
Weather
The weather around here in December is usually cold and occasionally snowy. See details below
Approximate lengths of straights/curves
97m/103m

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