NYC Ultimate Trail Running Series at Highbridge Park, Manhattan

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NYC Ultimate Trail Running Series at Highbridge Park, Manhattan

4-miles of technical trails with exposures, rock gardens and steep slopes. Next level trail running in Manhattan

When and where

Date and time


Highbridge Park 2682 Amsterdam Ave Manhattan, NY 10040

Map and directions

How to get there

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

On Saturday, March 18, 2023, join King of the Mountain Events and New York City Mountain Bike Association for this first-of-its-kind NYC Ultimate Trail Running Series featuring 4-miles of technical trails with exposures, rock gardens and steep slopes. There are also some paved sections with views never seen by most who live and visit the great borough of Manhattan. This trail run is not for the faint of heart... this is next level trail running.

A portion of the net proceeds will be donated to the NYC Mountain Bike Association to support trail maintenance.


  • Start/Finish area inside Highbridge Park. Enter park across from 2682 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10040.
  • Registration begins on-site at 8AM.
  • Pre-registration bib and t-shirt pickup begins at 8AM
  • Day-of registration is $55. We accept cash and credit card payments
  • Start of the race begins at 9AM
  • T-shirts guaranteed for online registration only. T-shirts will be given to day-of registrations as supplies allow.
  • Event is rain or shine; course may be altered due to weather conditions.


  • Advance registration until February 15: $35
  • Advance registration until March 16: $45
  • In-person day-of registration: $55


  • Commemorative running bib
  • Custom running t-shirt (while supplies last)
  • Chip timing


  • Please arrive no later than 8:30AM to Highbridge Park.
  • Wear appropriate running shoes. You will get wet and muddy.
  • Dress in running clothes for early March weather.


Trail running also involves more than running! It’s practiced in the mountains as well as hilly, rugged terrain and climbs are part of the sport.

During the ascents, you alternate walking and running. You sometimes use poles or push on your legs with your arms in the steeper sections.

During descents, you have to watch your footholds, landing on the forefoot to cushion the impact. You use your arms a lot for balance. Embrace the slope, run easy and have fun with the terrain!

Unlike road running, the terrain varies constantly when trail running. You run on trails, over rocks, mud and grass and perhaps even over snow during a white trail run. Even an urban or a city trail will provide a diverse route.


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