How Do You Train?: Lewisboro Town Park Trails – Joining up with the Loop trails – Western Loop

This is a companion article to the Eastern Loop description article here.  The introduction is similar but the rest of the article describes a loop of about 4 miles (shown in map below with red arrows).  Let us know in the comments how you like these trails. The Lewisboro Town Park, located off of Route …

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How Do You Train?: Audubon Center in Greenwich

View Larger Map The Audubon Center in Greenwich is located at 613 Riversville Road.  The center is 522 total acres and has a perimeter trail of approximately 2.5 miles. With connecting trails and nearby dirt roads it is possible to create a run of just about any distance up to 5 miles.  There are other …

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Katonah man leads the pack at Leatherman’s Loop

(republished from old website) The Bedford Pound Ridge Record Review Friday, April 30, 2004 By DON HEPPNER “I still can be surprised by this race,” said organizer Tony Godino after 18 years of running the Leatherman’s Loop Race at the Ward Pound Ridge Reservation.  This year’s racers set a new course record, and a fourth …

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The Old Leather Man - An Evening With Dan DeLuca at the Ossining Library

The Ossining Public Library and the Ossining Historical Society Museum present: The Old Leather Man, an evening with Author Dan DeLuca. Author Dan DeLuca will be speaking at the Ossining Public Library on March 18th at 7:30.  The topic will be our old friend the Leather Man.  Dan has recently published a book about the …

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Cross Country like it ought to be

(republished from old website) New York * New Jersey * Connecticut Runner • June 1987 The Leatherman’s Loop • By Chris Barlow Cross Country like it ought to be. No question about it, there was no mistaking the initial running of the Leatherman’s Loop held April 26, 1987 in Pound Ridge, NY for your run …

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How Do You Train?: Lewisboro Town Park Trails – Joining up with the Loop trails – Eastern Loop

The Lewisboro Town Park, located off of Route 35 in South Salem, NY has several trails and features of its own to make it worth exploring.  The bonus is the town trail system connects with the Deer Hollow trail on the Ward Pound Ridge Reservation and makes for several nice training runs that can easily …

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Race on the Reservation will be worth it for runners

(republished from old website) The Stamford Advocate • THE RUNNING COLUMN Sunday, April 19, 1987 By Jim Gerweck, Special Correspondent Regular readers of this column know that I make no bones about my preference for running (and particularly racing) over natural surfaces rather than those that are man-made. Likewise, those of similar bent have no …

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The Leatherman’s Loop is a Running Show

(Republished from old website) By Don Heppner, The Lewisboro Ledger April, 2001 • Cross River, New York Last Sunday’s weather only helped to make the Leatherman’s Loop race a booming success for the 15th year in a row.  In what has been touted as the largest cross-country race in the northeast, more than 725 runners …

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Do you dare run the ‘Leatherman’s Loop?’

(republished from old website) Friday, April 13, 2001 • The Record-Review By Don Heppner The 15th annual Leatherman’s Loop, in Ward Pound Ridge Reservation on Sunday, April 22, 2001 at 9 a.m., is guaranteed to separate the intrepid from the not-so-intrepid.  The 10 kilometer race takes runners through streams, up and down steep slopes, over …

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