Saturday, Apr 15, 2017
This Event Took Place Sat. Apr 15, 2017

The Course

Breakneck Point provides the signature climb to beautiful half and full marathon trail races. Unfortunately, do to a major trail rehabilitation project on the Point we'll lose access to it in 2018. Don't worry though, there are other steep pitches, one with literal climbing, technical rock sections of trail, and significant cumulative elevation gain to keep plugged in. The course offers beautiful w/ panoramic river and mountain vistas, beautiful and historic singletrack, and the staging for a grand adventure for runners of all levels. Join us for the adventure, vistas, and community, and leave knowing that you just completed one of the tougher trail courses anywhere.

The Salomon New York Trail Series

Race the best of the East Coast this fall! Breakneck Point is the first event in the Salmon New York Trail Series. The series is comprised of 3 races in the greater New York region: Breakneck Point, Water Gap and Castle to River. Each event features a half (13.1) or full (26.2/50k) distance option.

All runners who have finished the Breakneck Point (on Sept. 8th) and the Water Gap (on Oct 13th) and complete the Castle to River are series finishers. Series finishers are eligible to win the top 3 male and female awards (according to points) as well as be entered to win various Salomon prizes to be raffled off at the conclusion of the trail series. For more info on the series visit salomonnytrailseries.com

Register for the series by selecting the Salomon Half Series or Salomon Full Series option at checkout.

What you'll get....

What you'll get is a beautiful course with a degree of challenge that rivals any. With registration you'll get the race including aid stations, post-race food and drink, and a finisher's item. Additional schwag including shirts can be purchased as add-on's and per many return entrants already having and not wanting additional such items.

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