Trail Learning Crew (TLC)

here17799273_10213179650832383_5094556575221721981_nWHAT: Are you new to trails?  New to this area?  New to running?  Do you get nervous about the hills and roots, or feel like you might get lost?  Do you wonder what the heck is an orange blaze and where on earth is Devil’s Bathtub? This group is a great place to start your journey, or learn more about parks and trails you’ve never been to.  This area offers so many opportunities to our community, we want to help you get comfortable exploring.

All paces are welcome.  This group is perfect for newer runners, people coming back from an injury or time off, and those looking just to get outside for an hour with a low-key and relaxed group! We always make sure no one is left behind or lost.

All runs will be approximately one hour and typically cover between 3 and 5 miles. Please check the website for the most up to date details.

Schedule:

Sunday August 6th -No run this weekend. Please check out Friday Night Lights and Trailwork at Black Creek Saturday for other opportunities to hang with your favorite trail peeps!

 Sunday August 13th – Join us for a nice flat out and back on the Genesee Valley Greenway.  Meet at 9 am at the lot on Brook Road.  Map here

 NO RUN the weekend of August 19/20

Sunday August 27th – We will do the Quaker Pond Loop at Mendon.  Meet at 9 am at the nature center parking lot.


4 thoughts on “Trail Learning Crew (TLC)

    December 2015 Newsletter « #TrailsRoc said:
    January 26, 2016 at 10:16 pm

    […] SAS – Slow and Steady – These runs are on Sundays and are for those who are just learning to run. We go, as the name says, Slow and Steady. Future locations and dates TBD. Check the website for updates. […]

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    Clara said:
    September 25, 2016 at 1:51 pm

    I would to join slow and steady

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    Charlene said:
    January 11, 2017 at 11:32 am

    I started road running in April 2016 in an effort to keep off the 38 pounds I took off dieting…. ran my first 5K in July and a couple more since. I have gotten up to 4 miles on the roads. I live in Webster and ran the Whiting Road trail a couple of weeks ago and after I got over how hard it was I actually liked it. I am wondering if I would be a good candidate for one of your SAS runs? I have never run 5 miles, and my time on the trail was average pace of 13.07 ?!?!?

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      #TrailsRoc responded:
      January 13, 2017 at 4:49 pm

      Oh, please come. 13 minute miles is plenty for these runs. We’d love to have you

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