Leatherman’s Loop News, Volume 29, Issue 2: Four Days ’til the Loop!
IMPORTANT UPDATE: This year you will have the option to pick up your bib (and shirt if ordered) the day before the Loop. We will be at the WPA Gallery right at the entrance to the Reservation from 9am-12noon on Saturday, April 25, 2015. If you can come and pick up your bib that would make Loop day a bit less hectic for you — and our volunteers in the showmobile.
For Loop day, plan to arrive early… The Loop start time is 9am. Plan to be at the park before 8:15am to get parked and get your bibs (and t-shirts if ordered). Even earlier is better — and an early arrival will let you get a look around and get some warm up time. Plus you don’t want to get stuck in the park entrance bottleneck!
If you missed the earlier detailed instructions and logistics email, click here to read it.
Here’s a link to some handy maps and directions that should help you get on your way to the Loop.
If you want to make sure you are registered check here: Searchable list of registered runners.
Remember – there is no same day registration.
Bib pickup will begin at 7AM on the day of the Loop at the showmobile.
Dogs are welcome at the Park but you must obey the Park’s leash law. There will be many other dogs around.
If you plan to run with your dog please start at the back to minimize potential problems with the large crowd. Please keep your dog close when running!
There will be volunteers directing the parking and guiding cars to park efficiently. Please follow their directions. It is going to be tight parking and we’d like to pack ‘em in!
The forecast currently calls for a mild and cool day on Sunday with some chilly temps to start the day… The winter has been a much snowier one than some past years so the trails are moist and squishy. The mud flats are primed to churn into some deep chocolate pudding. Wear your whitest socks! Everything is looking good to go.
Have a safe trip—CAR POOL if you can! Some folks Park & Ride from Katonah train station lot on Woodbridge Road or John Jay High School on Route 121.
Any questions please contact us.
See you on the trails…
-Tony, Judy, Rob, Mike, Bill and the rest of the Leatherman Harrier volunteers