Rochester, New York's Premier Trail Running Club

We are a group of like-minded crazy trail people who simply enjoy running together and enjoying the amazing trail systems our area has to offer! If you have interest in the trails, then you are a welcome member. We accept people of all speeds and abilities. There are no qualifying times. Our only qualifier is that you enjoy running, and enjoy helping and spending time with other people like yourself. No restrictions on being part of another running club — we are all inclusive!

Throughout the year, we host several local races, weekly group runs and trail work days in order to give back to the trail community we love so much. We hope you’ll join us for any or all #TrailsRoc events! 

Group Runs

Our weekly group runs are FREE, offered year round and open to all levels, including those who are just learning to run or who are new to trails.

We run trails at different local parks so you have a chance to explore new routes often. Depending on the time of year, you may need a headlamp and/or traction.

Our Races

We proudly host several races throughout the year! Sign up to run or to volunteer. Either way, a great day on the trails is guaranteed! 

Our races take place on several different trail systems and vary in distance from 5 miles to our 40-mile ultra Many on the Genny at Letchworth State Park!

Trail Stewardship

At our core, #TrailsRoc is about respecting and treating trails in a way that will leave them in good condition for generations of users to come.

One way we do this is by with our trail work days. From simple garbage pick ups to full blown trail building, this kind of work is an important and often thankless job. We hope you’ll consider pitching in!

Download Our App!

Now you can take #TrailsRoc with you whenever you run locally! The official #TrailsRoc app features GPS-enabled maps of trails and parks in greater Rochester, New York, and is available for FREE on both iOS and Android devices.

Shout-Out a Runner!

Do you know someone tackling a big race or who just reached a goal? We want to know about it so we can highlight local runners and all of their achievements!