Race management

The inaugral PP70k in March of 2014 was a huge success! Thank you so much for participating and thank you to all of our awesome sponsors. On behalf of race director David Gatz and the team, we look forward to expanding and seeing you back in March of 2015!

The Paumanok Pursuit is a 70K trail run along the Paumanok Path.  Starting at the western trailhead on Route 25A in Rocky Point, NY and ending at Sears Bellows County Park in Hampton Bays, NY. The race is open to individual entrants as well as relay teams of 2 to 5 runners.  There will be 5 legs to the race consisting of the following distances in order,  10.75 miles, 8.3 miles, 10.0 miles, 7.5 miles and 6.75 miles, with checkpoints at each.  This is an unsupported race with water only offered at the start, after the first 4 legs of the run and finish.  You must provide and carry your own nutrition throughout the race. If running the relay, each team is responsible for the transportation of its’ members to their designated leg start.  Post race party and awards.

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Leg 4

Leg 3

Host Hotel: Hyatt Place East End 451 East Main St. Riverhead, NY  11901

http://www.hyattplaceeastend.com/

Mandatory packet pick up on the Friday evening or Saturday afternoon before the Sunday morning race.

Race Day 5:00-6:30 a.m. Mandatory check-in for all Solo and Leg #1 Runners.

Race Start 7:00 a.m.

Race start @ Rocky Point Trailhead Parking Route 25A Rocky Point, NY 11778  (South side of 25A directly across from the Waldbaum’s shopping center)

Race finish/post race party and awards @ Sears Bellows County Park 63 Bellows Pond Rd, Hampton Bays, NY 11946

1546190_493052787480226_1626903822_nThe Paumanok Path is a 125-mile (201 km) hiking trail from Rocky Point, New York to Montauk Point State Park on Long Island, New York.

It travels through five towns — Brookhaven, New York, Riverhead, New York, Southampton (town), New York and East Hampton (town), New York.
The trail derives its name from the Native American name for Long Island.
The trail was inspired by Stephen Talkhouse, a 19th century Montaukett Indian famed for his 25-30 mile roundtrip walks from Montauk to East Hampton, New York and Sag Harbor, New York. Landmarks on the trail are said to be resting places for him. Talkhouse is
buried off the trail in Theodore Roosevelt County Park near Montauk.