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The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference has been creating safe, enjoyable access to nature since 1920. It's thanks to the incredible generosity of Trail Conference volunteers and advocates that we all have such a wealth of outdoor opportunities in the most densely populated area of the country. Help us celebrate that legacy!
Trails give us so much: from respite to adventure to a pathway towards physical, mental, and emotional health. Our Trail-A-Thon is a chance to support safe and sustainable trails and healthy parks. Explore a favorite park, try out a new trail, take a lap around your neighborhood, or even hit a treadmill! While ticking off your miles, you'll also have the opportunity to raise money for the Trail Conference and protect the land you love in the process. This event will help raise awareness and financial support to continue our mission for another 100 years.
Need support with registration? Please check out our how to guide for support.
Everyone is a winner! All participants will receive a certificate of participation and a Protect the Land You Love sticker at the end of the challenge. To sweeten the pot, we’ve added fundraising prizes at various levels:
$100 raised: Receive our new Harriman-Bear Mountain neck gaiter
$250 raised: Receive your choice of Trail Conference map or book, plus all the above
$500 raised: Receive a regional Trail Conference map poster, one entry into a shoe raffle, plus all the above
$750 raised: Receive a Protect the Land You Love mug, plus all the above
$1,000 raised: Receive your choice of a Trail Conference shirt or hat, plus all the above
$1,500+ raised: Receive our 12 map sets or published guide books, plus all the above
Trails Collective will be providing a pair of shoes from their shop to the first female and male to hit the 25, 50, 75, and 100-mile goals*
Trails Collective will be providing a pair of shoes from their shop to the top female and male fundraisers and most total miles
Teams with the most funds raised will receive a Trail Conference Centennial T-Shirt
All fundraising milestone rewards will be mailed out after Oct. 31. Multiple milestones rewards will arrive in one large mailer.
*a participant will only be gifted a pair of shoes once
SUBMIT AND MANAGE YOUR VIRTUAL RESULTS:
You can do this directly from the Event Home Page, Registration Profile or uploading an activity from a mobile device
Login to your account via the profile icon at the top right
Navigate to your profile via the menu under the profile icon
Under your Upcoming Events > Select Submit Virtual Results > Enter in your Time > select Submit Time
Scroll down to "Upcoming Races" and click on "Submit Virtual Results"
Next search your registration either by first and last name or by email and DOB
Once you have found your registration select Submit Virtual Results > Enter in your time > then select Submit Results
SUBMIT VIA ACTIVITY FILE (Record activities using any apps that store activity data. Personalized data will automatically fill in, including the Distance, Date, Elevation Gain, and Time fields from the activity file being submitted.)
While logging your activity, choose “Load Activity from File” button
After clicking the Load Activity from File button, a panel will slide out allowing you to browse for a file on your computer or mobile device.
After browsing for and selecting the Activity Data file, the fields for Date Completed, Distance in Miles, Elevation Gain, and Time will fill in automatically. The participant then clicks Submit.
Additional trail-a-thon information can be found at http://bit.ly/tc-trailathon1.
If you have any questions about this trail-a-thon, click the button below.Questions?