Runs

February 14, Teatown to Kitchawan

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On Sunday, February 14, at 8:00 a.m., meet at the Teatown Lake Reservation, , and run an out-and-back course on the Teatown Kitchawan Trail. The course consists of relatively easy trails, a dirt road, and a small stretch of pavement. The full course is 13.2 miles round trip marked as the gray line on the map but you can turn back at any point for a shorter run.

We’ll start at the Teatown Lake Reservation which has a HEATED nature center open at 9:00 a.m. After the run, you can bring a thermos of something warm to drink or something to eat and hang out while getting warm. It’s going to be cold out there on Sunday, I’m not going to lie about that, so dress warmly. If you’d like to get a few miles in early, arrive at 7:00 a.m.

Download the PDF trail map here ›› | Learn more here ››

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February 7, Looper Bowl Sunday

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This Sunday, February 7, at 8:00 a.m., meet at the Ward Pound Ridge Meadow Parking Lot and rise to the challenge of the Fifth Annual Looper Bowl. Follow the loop course and live the excitement of the Leatherman’s Loop but colder. Detours are available to avoid both water crossings but not the mud flats so be prepared to get dirty. There’s a lot of water on the course but Tony has been through the Mud Flats and cleared out the worst of the buckthorn. If you want to get an early start, arrive at 7:00 a.m. for a few extra miles.

Next week we’ll be meeting at a new location when we run the Teatown Kitchawan Trail. More on that to come.

Hope to see you there this Sunday.

Lee Willett

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Great looking group at last week’s run at Angle Fly.

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January 31, Reis Park / Angle Fly

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This Sunday, January 31, at 8:00 a.m., meet at a new location—Reis Park in Somers—when we run the Reis Park/Angle Fly 6 Mile Loop. This set of trails is well marked and contains a variety of terrain that you’re going to love. If you want to get an early start, arrive at 7:00 a.m. for a few extra miles. To get to Reis Park, take Route 35 to Route 100 North. At approximately 1/4 mile, turn left onto Route 139. and follow for 2 miles to Reis Park on your right at Primrose Drive. Park near the tennis courts—the trail head is behind the western edge of the courts. See the map page ›› or download the Geo Reference PDF ›› (thanks to Kevin Rader).

And you won’t want to miss next weekend’s run when the Looper Bowl returns! All of the fun of the Leatherman’s Loop but with snow. Hope to see you out there this weekend.

Lee Willett

 

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