Whitemud Park in Edmonton, Alberta - runtrack.run
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Whitemud Park

400m cinder track in Edmonton
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Altitude
About 700m above sea level2000ft above sea level
Surface
Cinder
Area
Edmonton
Location
Whitemud Drive NW, Royal Gardens, Edmonton, Alberta, T6J 1E8, Canada
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Approximate lengths of straights/curves
80m/120m
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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.
For track workouts around here; Avalon School or Saville Community Sports Centre might suit you.
If you would like to run on other surfaces, try Foote Field.

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