Saturday Trail Running: Long Path, High Tor and Little Tor

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Run the with the People Who Make the Trails on Saturday, July 20 and enjoy bird’s eye views of Harriman Park and the Hudson River.

On this 5.7-mile ridgeline run along a smooth section of the Long Path, we'll see scenic views from High Tor and Little Tor. Our run follows a ridgeline of volcanic rock in High Tor and South Mountain Parks (not the same as South Mtn. Reservation in New Jersey). The trail is not technical, however runners should have reasonably good cardiovascular fitness, bring plenty of fluids, and come prepared for hot weather conditions. There will be two run leaders to accommodate faster and slower paces, and options to lengthen or shorten your run.

The Long Path extends 358 miles from the 175th Street Subway Station in New York City to John Boyd Thacher State Park near Albany in New York. The Trail Conference built, maintains, and continues to preserve land for the Long Path, which connects many of New York's and New Jersey’s parks, preserves, and forests.

Run Details:
Park: High Tor State Park
Route: Out-and back ridgeline run
Length: 5.7 miles, with options to lengthen or shorten

Driving Directions: 
Parking area at the top of the ridgeline, South Central Highway (County Route 33), New City, NY 10956

Directions from Palisades Parkway: 
Take Palisades Parkway north or south to exit 13 (Haverstraw).
Follow US Route 202 East for 3 miles.
Turn right on County Rd 33/South Central Highway and proceed 0.8 mile to parking at the top of the ridge, on your left.

Google Maps: Click link here 

When
July 20th, 2019 8:00 AM   through   11:00 AM
Additional event information
Coordinator Mr. Don Weise
For more information, contact... Don Weise - [email protected]

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