Celebrate 10 years of the POTFHR with us!
This event is part of the 2024 Cambria County Trails Series.
Special 10 year offerings
For the Path's big 10 year, we will be offering additional items for sale in an online store. Don't miss out, because they are exclusive to this year only!
Orders may be picked up during race packet pickup at People's Natural Gas Park, or you can have your items shipped to your home for an additional fee. No items will be ready for pickup or shipped until late May 2024.
VISIT ONLINE STORE BY CLICKING HERE!
$5 Discount for JAHA Members and Cambria County Friends of the Trails
All JAHA Members and Cambria County Friends of the Trails receive a $5 discount on their registration fees.
JAHA members email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your code.
Friends of the Trails Members email email@example.com to receive your code.
Path of the Flood Historic Races
The Path of the Flood Historic races commemorate the Flood of 1889 in Johnstown, PA. The runners have spoken and the event will continue annually!
Event's current local time: 7:56 PM ET
A Flood of Runners returns to Johnstown, PA every year for the Path of the Flood Historic Races! Experience the Path of the historic 1889 Johnstown Flood in its entirety with the 14 Miler or in small droplets through the 5K or 8 Miler races. See the resiliency of the communities of South Fork, Mineral Point, the boroughs and the City of Johnstown. Run through Staple Bend Tunnel, the first railroad tunnel in the United States. Finish at the Old Stone Bridge, which still stands after stopping the majority of the flood's energy. Our hybrid road/rail trail course beckons you to be a part of history once again!
The Path of the Flood Historic Races is hosted in partnership by the Johnstown Area Heritage Association and the Cambria County Conservation & Recreation Authority. All proceeds from the Path of The Flood Historic Races will benefit the Johnstown Area Heritage Association and the CCCRA Friends of the Trails program, a program which exists to enhance the Cambria County trails.
For schedules, pricing, and more information on the POTFHR, visit the race website.
WE DO NOT ISSUE REFUNDS. If you are no longer able to attend and have already registered, your registration fee will be used as a donation to the beneficiaries of this race.
Click here to read a 2022 article about POTFHR as featured in the National Parks Magazine