April 15, 2017 Canton PA This is the 2nd Annual Health & Wellness 5K Run and Expo. Passion Life Wellness, Inc. and The Canton Area Chamber of Commerce have partnered for this event. The purpose of this event filled day is to bring awareness to our local and surrounding communities to show the health & wellness services, products, practitioners, and food available in the area. Last year we were pleased to have 30 vendors with a variety of products and services.
This year we are excited to bring you MORE! This year we will lineup at 8:10am and begin with those walking/stollers at 8:15am and the runners at 8:30am. The 5K Run will be followed with a winner's circle ceremony at 9:15am and the health & wellness expo at 10am with 30+ vendors.
Saturday February 11th @ 10:00 a.m. there will be a group running the 7 mile Chief Wetona Challenge course. All are welcome to join in the fun. Warm food for all after the run. Join the official Chief Wetona Challenge Facebook Group: HERE Register for the race online HERE
Come to Danville, PA for the River Towns Race Series Montour 24! Whether you’re ready to compete at the 12 or 24 hour ultra-endurance levels or the 6 hour or relay team levels, the Montour 24 will be a true test of your mid-summer fitness. Run at one of the most historic and beautiful parks in central Pennsylvania, the Montour 24 will be the newest addition to your must-do list each year.
LOCATION AND PARKING This event is held at the Hess Recreation Area, 202 Meadow Lane, Danville PA 17821. Click on the link to view the recreation area map and obtain directions to the park. You may also click the map icon at the top of this page to bring up google maps.
COURSE DESCRIPTION The 1.50 mile loop course is entirely on non-technical single and double track with the exception of the grass field crossing to access the aid station and start/finish line. The course is entirely traffic free. The trails are wide enough to run next to another runner or easily pass them through out most of the course. To see a 3D view of the course, please see the photo in the photo bar above.
CAMPING/TENTS There is plenty of space for you to set up a tent or canopy directly along the course, which is what the majority of participants will do and we encourage you to do the same no matter which time option you are competing in. The park will be open Friday night and you may camp for free. Relay teams are encouraged to decorate their team tents and bring tailgating games to play between your turn to run.
BIB/SHIRT PICK-UP We will be have bib and shirt pick-up Saturday at the Hess Recreation Area pavilion from 5:15am - 6:45am. We will not accept race day registration. The race starts at 7 a.m.
AMENITIES Food and water will be available every 1.5 miles located just past the start/finish line. The aid station pavilion will be fully stocked and will include a variety of foods such as fresh fruit, chips, energy bars, sandwiches and snacks. We will also have special items such as grilled cheese, perogies and soup throughout the race day. Relay team members will have access to the aid station while they are running but all teams should plan on bringing their own food to eat while they are waiting for their turn to run again.
The bathrooms will be conveniently situated next to the tenting area and aid station pavilion. There is also an outside shower facility on site for your convenience.
The relay option will span the entire 24 hours. The teams will rotate 1 runner every hour, in a predetermined order, to complete the 24 hours. Each team member at the end will have run a total of 6 hours. The accumulative mileage of the entire team will determine the winners.
Relay teams will need to elect a team captain who will be responsible for registering and paying for the entire team. Once the team has been activated, the remaining team members will then need to complete the registration process after they are invited by the team captain.
RESTING RULES The course is designed so that you may, at any time, have access to the aid station and tenting area directly after completing a lap. You may rest as long as you want and start back running when you want. To make it as fair as possible, we ask that you do not leave the race site unless you absolutely must do so.
We expect relay teams to also stay at the race site for the majority of the 24 hours. It would be an unfair advantage for relay members who are local to go home and sleep in their beds when runners who have traveled from far away are sleeping in tents at the site. Relay team members are permitted to leave the race site for the purposes of obtaining food, additional gear, etc.
RUNNING AT NIGHT Runners must have a headlamp at all times from dusk until dawn – no exceptions! The course will not be illuminated during the night except at the aid station and start/finish line. We will marshal the course throughout the night for your safety.
CREWS AND PACERS Runners may have crews and can access them through the tenting/canopy area and through the aid station pavilion.
Pacers will be allowed at this event for the 24 hour runners from dusk to dawn.
The awards for the Montour 24 are as unique as the history of the area. Each overall male and female winner in each time option, along with the winners of the 4 person team relay, will receive a custom forged railroad spike knife. Each knife will be hand stamped with the race name and time option won. Every participant, no matter the distance run, will receive a custom finisher award.
The 4th annual Chief Wetona Challenge will be held on May 21st 2017. New for 2017 - primitive tent camping at the county park. REGISTER NOW Races are limited to the first 375 people who sign up, no race day registration!
This year we will not be giving out shirts, instead we will be giving out 50" x 60" throw blankets. They are great for picnics, stadium blankets, or a bunch of other uses.
The Worlds End Fall Classic is a challenging half marathon that explores Worlds End State Park and Loyalsock State Forest in the Endless Mountains of Pennsylvania. The route is mostly rugged, scenic-dense single-track trails with multiple waterfalls and vistas of the beautiful Endless Mountains. Though this race has no qualification standards or registration restrictions, be aware that this is not an entry level course for a trail novice. You should have some trail experience before attempting this course.
Race Details Event date: 30 September 2017 Start time: 10:00AM Cutoff time: 3:00PM (5 hours) Capacity: 300 racers Winners: The top 3 male and female winners will all receive $100 prize money. We plan to grow the purse as the race grows. If you think you can take on a rugged half marathon and win, put your money where your mouth is!
The race fee is $50 plus online fees.
Registration closes on 2 September 2017 (no day-of registration).
Refund Policy: June 10 to September 2, 2016: We will refund you 50% of your entry fee. The waiting list will remain open until September 17 but after that, the rosters will be closed and no changes or refunds will be made at this point.
Course Details Start/Finish: Worlds End State Park in the Cliff Pavilion Mileage: 13.2 mile looped course through beautiful and technical Pennsylvania trails Terrain: 90% single and double track, 10% gravel and paved roads Elevation: 3,156 ft of elevation gain Aid: 2 stocked aid stations
2nd year trail race through the rugged mountains of Sproul State Forest. This is a "runner only" event due to the lollipop shape of the course. We need to get runners through the top intersection to avoid cross way traffic. The event has a 4.5 hour time limit. Saturday, August 26, 2017 at 8 AM. Hyner Run State Park Renovo PA 17760. Learn More on Facebook: Here
on the Pine Creek Rail Trail in beautiful Wellsboro, PA!
Relay option also!!!!
The "Pine Creek Challenge" is just that, a place to challenge yourself by seeing how far or how fast you can run. It will be a scenic trail run along Pine Creek in northern Pennsylvania. The Pine Creek Rail Trail stretches 63 miles from Wellsboro Junction to Jersey Shore and is repeatedly listed as one of the finest bike rides in the Northeast.This section is through the "Grand Canyon of the East", the Pine Creek Gorge. The Gorge stretches for 47 miles. It is nearly a mile wide and 1,450 feet deep at its deepest point.
This section of Pine Creek is listed as a National Natural Landmark. It's popular with canoeists and rafters in the spring and trout fishermen are drawn here all year long.
We have set up an out and back course that uses 25 miles of the upper canyon section. Everyone loved this new 2016 course layout. We will have the start/finish at Asaph. The 100 miler runners will go 2 out and backs to Blackwell, passing through the canyon 4 times. The 100k folks will go once to Blackwell and return.
The Pa Trail Dogs are excited to offer a new course layout for 2017. The course will be more "runner" friendly as we're going to get back to our roots with this 25K course. The course will use the Mid State, Spiked Buck, Tiadaghton, Gleason, and of course, the infamous Turbert Trail to keep things entertaining. To reward runners after Turbert, we'll be sending you down one of the nicest downhill runs on the Love Run Trail and then finishing on Panther Run just like in years past. The event is open to hikers as well but please be properly trained and ready to finish in under 7 hours. Walkers should partake in our Little Pine 5 Miler held in conjunction with this event. It is a great entry level course. The Finish Line of both races will be handled by Falcon Timing and we'll have food and drink as usual.
Registration opens December 24th at 12pm EST. The event is limited to the first 200 runners. The fee for the event is $55.00. This is NOT an entry level course. Although we have modified the course down to a 25K, please be aware that the Turbert Trail still remains in the loop. This event will be in conjunction with the Little Pine 5 Miler held at Little Pine State Park. NO REFUNDS. NO SWITCHES. NO BANDITS. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!!!
"Hey there running friends - Don't forget about the Run, Run, Rudolph 5k this Saturday morning, Dec. 10, at Northeast Bradford HS. The cost for this Christmas themed race is only $5 (or a donation for our Stockings for Soldiers campaign). Registration begins at 9 a.m. in the HS gym, and the race begins at 10 on the cross country course. We will have post race Christmas cookies. We also have a Breakfast at the North Pole going on simultaneously. Beginning at 8 a.m. and continuing until noon, you can get a great breakfast cooked fresh. (This is a separate cost from the race). Get out your favorite Christmas running costume, and let's spread some Christmas cheer. I hope to see you there!!! (www.nebpanthers.com)" -Sandy Morris
TheCarantouan Greenwaywill celebrate its 2017 Cloverleaf 4K trail run on Sunday morning March 19th at 10 am at its Wildwood Reserve in the Town of Barton. All participants will be eligible for random awards of gym memberships, bird houses, local jams and race registrations. The race celebrates St. Paddy's Day and is being held on the last day of winter. Help us celebrate and ring in Spring. Registration available at theCarantouan Greenway website.
Our beloved VHL Warrior, Shawn Mastrantonio, needs our help. He just received devastating news that he has to undergo his third brain surgery as he continues his fight against this rare cancer. He has a tumor that has grown drastically and is pushing against his brain stem. Additionally he has developed a cyst that must also be removed. He is immediately heading to Columbus, Ohio to undergo this surgery with his specialist.
This costly surgery is minimally covered by his insurance and will have to be paid largely out of pocket.
Shawn has been and continues to be a strong and humble man who inspires us all in the way he chooses to fight this disease, the way he uses his running as an educational platform for VHL (Von Hippel-Landau), and the way he lives his life.
We are reaching out to anyone who would like to make a donation to Shawn and his wife, Kim, to help them with the mounting medical expenses so that they can focus on his recovery and healing.
WHEN: August 20. Run/Walk begins at 9 am; Registration 8- 8:45 am
WHERE:The course is along Merrill Parkway in Towanda.
Registration fee: $20 pre-registration (18 yrs and under, pre-registration only: $15). Return pre-registration
forms and fees and/or sponsorship amounts by August 15, 2016 to: ARCC, PO Box 186, Towanda, PA 18848.
Make checks payable to ARCC or Abuse & Rape Crisis Center. The registration fee after August 15, 2016 is
$25. Please help us to raise more funds by gathering sponsors for your run/walk. Sponsorship form on back.
The staging area for the run/walk is located near the rear of the Bradford County Courthouse across from the
Towanda Police Station. Registration will also be held at the staging area the day of the event from 8 am to
Proceeds from this event will be split between the Abuse & Rape Crisis Center (ARCC), administrators
of this event, and the Towanda Riverfest Committee.
ARCC is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization which provides free and confidential services to victims of
domestic and sexual violence in Bradford County and violence prevention programing to the community.
The Worlds End Fall Classic is a challenging half marathon that explores Worlds End State Park and Loyalsock State Forest in the Endless Mountains of Pennsylvania. The route is mostly rugged, scenic-dense single-track trails with multiple waterfalls and vistas of the beautiful Endless Mountains.
Park information: Worlds End State Park
Location: Cliff Pavilion, Worlds End State Park
Date: Saturday, October 1, 2016
Check-In & Bib Pickup:7:30 AM
Start Time: 9:00 AM, there is a 5 hour time limit for this race.
Parking: Parking is available at the state park. We are at max capacity with parking spaces so carpooling is strongly encouraged.
Race Capacity: The Worlds End Fall Classic will have a capacity of 300 runners. REGISTER:HERE UPDATE:Race Website now live with course description and more...
Welcome to the first ever trail race on the pristine Williamsport Water Authority property located in Duboistown, PA! The 10K and 20K will be run mostly on beautiful double track trails. The 10K will be run on the Raccoon Loop and the 20K will take runners to the top of the mountain and around the upper reservoir. For the more serious trail runners, both courses are runnable with only minor technicalities. 10K participants should anticipate about 450 ft of elevation gain and 20K participants will experience a total of about 1,000 ft of elevation gain. Details about the courses will be sent to registered participants closer to the race. Walkers and runners of all levels are welcomed and encouraged to participate.
This will be considered a green race with minimal waste produced at the event. The trails will be clearly marked, as runners traverse past beautiful streams and through amazing forests, and there will be volunteers throughout the course. However, if you need food or water beyond the start/finish area, be prepared to carry your own supplies on the course. There will be two water stations on the 20K loop, but no water stations will be possible on the 10K course.
Registration is limited so do not miss out on the opportunity to experience the first ever trail race at the Williamsport Water Authority property!
"Registration is open! Join us August 7th, for our 3rd annual Mason's Hope 5k. Music, face painting, basket raffle. Register atparunners.com or mail registration to PO Box 124, Sayre, PA 18840. Race day registration starts at 8:00.