In January three of us agreed to set Leatherman’s Loop as a goal for the spring. Not in terms of distance, more as something to look forward to at the end of the winter.
We met five years ago at the Reach the Beach Relay in New Hampshire and have been friends and running buddies since. Read On
Whether the weather is warm or whether the weather is cold, it's triathlon and duathlon season. We've compiled a list of triathlons and dualthons up and down the Hudson Valley.
The first weekend in April starts off the 2018 triathlon-duathlon season with the West Point Duathlon.
At Camp Buckner, Saturday, April 7, 9:00 am the season-opening event follows duathlon format of run, bike, run with a 2 km run, 22 km bike, and 5 km run. Run courses will be restricted to the inside of Camp Buckner and Camp Natural Bridge. READ ON
By Kris Geier
Winter 2018 has stretched out longer than even the groundhog predicted, but the weather looks like it’s finally going to break and soon we ’ll be out and about, hiking, climbing, cycling, running, and paddling. Before we jump back into our favorite outdoor activities, it's important to be physically, as well as mentally, prepared for our Spring endeavors. Read On.
The 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics’ opening ceremony kicks off this world wide sporting extravaganza on Friday. Winter Olympics are limited to events that take place on snow or ice. After this week’s snow falls there are plenty of places around the Hudson Valley to have your own Olympic experience either as a spectator or a participant.
November 15, the REEL Rock Film Festival swings by the Rosendale Theater at the edge of the Gunks. Get ready for climbing’s greatest stories, stars, and sends. In it's 12 year, REEL Rock premieres four new short films that will deliver heart-thumping action, big laughs, and pure inspiration. Read more
Another great Zombie Escape in the books. For the 8th year Ulster Corps put on this fun, family event at Williams Lake in Rosendale. See PHOTO Gallery
by John Pinder
It’s a comfortably warm, sunny day on the Escarpment Trail, and I just can’t seem to stop mentioning the torrential downpours that dominated our excursion last year. The sun shines through the treetops and we stop at each lookout point to soak up the extended views. A year ago each vista was a thick wall of fog. “Oh, here I go again!” read more
I’m a local runner and have run the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail and the road portion of the Rosendale Runs Half Marathon many times, but it was never quite like the run on Saturday, October 10. The road route was speckled with supporters cheering the runners on. Read more