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2019 COLD FEAT 5K & 10K Greenbelt Trail Race

Greenbelt Conservancy

Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (EST)

2019 COLD FEAT 5K & 10K Greenbelt Trail Race

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
10K Early Bird Runner (Until 1/1/2018)   more info Ended $30.00 $3.69
10K Trail Runner Feb 22, 2019 $35.00 $4.02
10K Student Runner (under 18) Feb 22, 2019 $25.00 $3.38
5K Early Bird Runner (Until 1/1/2018) Ended $30.00 $3.69
5K Trail Runner (Beginning 1/2/2018) Feb 22, 2019 $35.00 $4.02
5K Student Runner (under 18) Feb 22, 2019 $25.00 $3.38

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Event Details

Cold Feat 5/10K Trail Race - Supporting the Greenbelt Conservancy 

Saturday, February 23, 2019- 9:45 am staggered start time for each distance

We run in all weather condtions; hikers are also welcome! 

 Closer to the race day, we will announce dates for free running clinics that will familiarize you with the Cold Feat Course. 

Your participation and race fee help to support the Greenbelt Conservancy and its mission to protect, promote and sustain Staten Island's 2,800-acre Greenbelt. The Conservancy, a nonprofit organization working in partnership with NYC Parks, also provides environmental education initiatives for children and adults of all ages and leads trail maintenance and beautification projects that help keep the Greenbelt's 35-mile trail system in great hiking and running condition. Thank you for your support! 

About the Race and Course

Cold Feat now offers two distance choices! The 5K runners will be on a separate part of the course, and will go out 15 minutes ahead of the 10K runners.   

Start/finish is by the historic David LaTourette House, which, today operares as the LaTourette clubhouse for this beautiful golf course. The Cold Feat course begins on the rolling fairways and takes you off into the surrounding Greenbelt trails - rustic and hilly.  This is a great trail race that attracts a friendly group of runners from Staten Island and the tri-state area - it's a effective remedy for cabin fever!  

Runners will recieve a high quality running shirt or hat, chip timing and refreshments.  An awards ceremony with beautiful medals for top three male/female winners, and three deep in age categories, will follow. 

We run in all weather conditions and, based on past race experiences, have found it can be done!  This race will be professionally timed culminating in a medal ceremony.  Refreshments and high quality race apparel (a hat or shirt) are provided for the first 120 runners.  

The Grille Room bar will be open to serve runners over the age of 21. Hot chocolate and coffee will also be for sale.

There will be no refunds offered for tickets purchased; please make sure you can make it before purchasing! 

Not running? Come out and voluneer with us!  We have fun assignments indoors and out, both before and during race day. We can provide community service credit for students, and we welcome families.  Email: or call 718-667-2165, ext. 311. 

For more about the Greenbelt Conservancy and to view a map of Greenbelt trails- 

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Have questions about 2019 COLD FEAT 5K & 10K Greenbelt Trail Race ? Contact Greenbelt Conservancy

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LaTourette Golf Course (start/finish)
1001 Richmond Hill Road
Staten Island, NY 10306

Saturday, February 23, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM (EST)

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Greenbelt Conservancy

The mission of the Greenbelt Conservancy is to promote, sustain and enhance Staten Island’s 2,800-acre Greenbelt through education, recreation, conservation and research. The Greenbelt Conservancy is a not-for-profit organization that works in partnership with NYC Parks.

The Greenbelt consists of more than 2,800 acres of public and private land in central Staten Island, and includes natural areas and traditional parks. The Greenbelt Conservancy is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1989 that works in partnership with the NYC Parks to oversee the operation, administration and public use of the parkland of the Greenbelt, the largest of New York City’s five flagship parks.  The Conservancy is dedicated to promoting conservation of the Greenbelt, to increasing public awareness, support and enjoyment of its parks and resources, and is responsible for the prudent management of its financial resources to benefit the Greenbelt.

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