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Additional race information can be found at http://www.oswegatchie.org/virtual-race.html.
Hello Oswegatchie Enthusiasts;
Wow! What a year! As we wrap up 2021, we are getting ready to launch a new virtual challenge!
This year’s race will be the “Long Pond 100”, meaning 100 laps around Long Pond. Each lap equals 3.5 miles. We have 2 options: “Multisport” version and a “Bike Only” version.
Multisport means you can walk, run, ski, pedal or, paddle. However, you can not do just one sport for the whole time. Some walking or running will be required to finish. “Bike Only” is designed for those that are riding stationary bikes or actual bikes. This is for those who want to specialize their mileage. If any one is interested in another “specialized race” such as “Skis Only” and I can set one up.
We are working on the race website, but registration is available now. Anyone can sign up, but you should not be able to start clocking mileage till December 31st, 2021.
When you Register, you get:
Feel Free to Register now and we will see you online December 31st!
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.
Curious how miles are logged? Check out the video! Its surprisingly easy!
Just for kicks, this is what the trail looks like around Long Pond. Loons Trail has seen a minor upgrade!
If you would like to join us on the AdironDuck Race weekend on April 24th, we host a "6K" Trail Run around Long Pond.
When you sign up for the "Long Pond 100" you will get registered for the AdironDUCK Trail Run. This includes the event that day and a free pancake breakfast.
What a bonus!
Check out Oswegatchie on the Map! Switch to Satellite view and imagine this terrain!
What is this Oswegatchie? In 1946, the New York FFA Association combined all of its resources to purchase 1200 acres of Adirondack forest and started a summer camp for teenagers. Their primary goal was to give youth a place away from home for them to recreate who they are and to learn what it takes to meet new people in a new place. At Oswegatchie, we believe that every summer should be unforgettable. So ask yourself: "Have you ever ridden a 350' zipline through an Adirondack forest?" How about kayaked or canoed on four pristine ponds? Have you ever ridden a horse on Adirondack Trails? Mountain biked down rugged paths? Have you made friends from all over New York and the United States?
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