Thursday, December 1, 2022
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Registration for the 2023 Chief Wetona Challenge is now open. If you have done the event before you know what to expect. If you have never participated in the event before you can expect a family friendly event , we encourage you to bring your family and friends with you to enjoy the day.
You will find a well marked course through the trails of the beautiful Mt. Pisgah State Park. After you have enjoyed the trails you can wander over to the pavilion and get yourselves some of the best post race food anywhere.
Thursday, November 24, 2022
Monday, April 25, 2022
2022 GUTHRIE SAYRE TURKEY TROT REGISTRATION OPEN!
Early Bird Registration
About The Race
Tuesday, March 29, 2022
Monday, March 28, 2022
Thursday, March 17, 2022
WHEN: March 26, 2022
3249 Montrose Turnpike
Warren Center, PA US 18851
Do you love trail races? How about maple syrup? You're in luck, because we have combined the two! Oh, and there will most likely be some mud, which is certain to get yourself into a sticky situation. When you combine all three: Trails, syrup and mud, you get "Maple Madness: Mud, Sweat, & Syrup!"
Choose from the 5k or 10k distances, both starting and finishing at the Dewy Meadows Maple Farm sap house (or "sugar shack", depending on where you were born). Both courses will have a mix of short dirt road sections, single track, field crossings, logging roads, and whatever else we decide to throw at you. It is sure to be a challenging and super fun course, no matter which distance you choose.
Pancakes and syrup will be provided for finishers because you can't have syrup without pancakes, amiright? There will be water and coffee at the finish, but runners are self-supported as far as anything you need on course. There is no aid station on course, so you must carry in/carry out any hydration and fueling needs.
Bonfire and sap house tours after you finish, and with luck, the weather will cooperate and allow for a sap boiling day as well! Dewy Meadows Maple Farm will have maple syrup and products available for sale, so don't forget some extra cash to take home some awesome fresh, local, products and help support the farm!
All registrants before March 16th will receive a race t-shirt with their entry. Entries after March 16th will not include a race t-shirt.
Male and Female winners of the 10k will receive a jug of syrup and a steak! Both directly from Dewy Meadows Farm.
Male and Female winners of the 5k will receive a jug of syrup from Dewy Meadows Farm!
Come for the challenging trails - stay for the bonfire, pancakes, and syrup. See you at the Sugar Shack!
Monday, March 14, 2022
Tuesday, February 22, 2022
Run Bradford County (Facebook) will once again host a slate of races to keep you moving in the county's parks in 2022.
-Run With A View V: A clearly marked 5k course through the woods and paths of gorgeous Mt. Pisgah County Park. This is a trail race not a road race. You’ll be running up/over/around/through rocks, tree roots, grass, dirt and a few hills. It is a little more challenging than your normal 5k run and is not stroller friendly. You will DEFINITELY have fun! Shirts will be available to the first 100 registered runners
-Sunfish Shuffle 3 Hour: This is a lap race (running or walking) and the participant that runs the most loops in 3 hours will be the winner! Each lap is a total distance of 1.0 miles with an aid station available.
-Sheshequin Path Half Marathon: Bradford County’s point-to-point half marathon will take place along the beautiful shores of the Susquehanna River. The route begins at 9 am in Sayre, PA, and follows along the river through an area rich in Native American history.Runners will experience 1,219 ft of elevation change throughout the race, enjoying some challenging hills, valleys, and beautiful fall leaves! Local hotels and motels will be offering special rates, and the Hornbrook campground will offer free camping to all runners.The race start will be at Riverfront Park located at 100 Riverfront Park Rd, Sayre, PA 18840 and end at Hornbrook Park at 1241 Hornbrook Road Towanda, PA 18848. Water stations will be set up along the route and registration open at 8:00am.There will be a bus to shuttle participants from Hornbrook to the starting line but no bus to shuttle races back to the starting line after the race. There will also be food and refreshments for after the race.The race benefits Down Syndrome Awareness and all proceeds received will be donated to the group Walk for Our Buddies.