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After a successful inaugural year in 2022, the Bridge Run (Hashtag #BRUN) is back for another year.
We meet at the Gazebo near the old South Nyack Village Hall at 282 S. Broadway, and at 7:30 sharp, we head up the steps to the Esposito Trail and join the Gov. Mario M. Cuomo shared use path across the bridge towards Westchester.
This run is for everyone, regardless of ability, not just the speedsters and marathon runners. The full distance to Westchester and back is 7 miles but you can turn around at any time. You can even walk if you like. The path is well-lit and monitored by security cameras and we always check that everyone made it back before we leave. There are bathrooms at the Westchester Landing, and a short walk from the start/finish at the Rockland Landing.
The run takes place every week rain or shine. It will only be cancelled if the Thruway Authority closes the path, which they may do for high wind, ice or lightning. You can check if the path is open on the bridge home page. It can be blustery out over the water, so it's good to wear a wind-proof shell even if it doesn't seem that cold. After the run, there may be refreshments at the Gazebo - hot chocolate if it's cold; water and electrolyte drinks if it's hot, but not every week, so come prepared to rehydrate yourself.
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