Cold Feat 10K Trail Race: Race results and course photos are here

Cold Feat 10K: For the Chill of it! (We run in all weather conditions) Photo: Dorothy Reilly

Click here for race results 

Click here for race photos by Run and Shoot Photography

More photos here from finish line and awards ceremony

Click here to read a blog post on Yarn and Run, a runner’s experience at the race

Additional race photos will be posted over the weekend – Feb. 19/20

Saturday, February 18, 2017, 10 am start

LaTourette Golf Course

1001 Richmond Hill Road, Staten Island, NY  10306

Supporting the Greenbelt While You Run

Your participation and race fee helps support the not-for-profit Greenbelt Conseravancy mission to offer environmental education initiatives for children of all ages and abilities. The Conservancy, which works in partnership with NYC Parks, also leads trail maintenace and beautification projects that help keep the Greenbelt trail system in great hiking and running condition.

About the Course

Start/finish is by the federal style David LaTourette House.  The course begins on the rolling fairways and takes you off into the surrounding Greenbelt trails – rustic and hilly.  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 an awards ceremony. Refreshments and race appropriate apparel are provided for runners.

The first Cold Feat 10K was held in 2010 and a great time was had by all (despite the nearly two-feet of snow accumulation from several previous storms, and frigid temperature).  A group of more than 100 hardy runners endured to cross the finish line with and claim bragging rights.  Subsequent races have taken place in all kinds or weather, and we continue to have loads of fun.

Race results and photos will be posted here and on the Greenbelt Conservancy’s Facebook page on on Run and Shoot Photography Facebook page.

A Volunteer Opportunity: Volunteers are needed to assist Greenbelt staff members starting at 8:30 am with setting up the event and distributing refreshments to the runners. Meet at the LaTourette Golf House, 1001 Richmond Hill Road.  To volunteer for any of our events you must be age 14 and up/under 14 with an adult.  If you are interested in volunteering, please RSVP by calling: 718-667-2165, ext. 311, or email Jeanne.Paliswiat@parks.nyc.gov.

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Go here for 2016 race results 

Staten Island Advance photos and race results for 2015 are here

2015 Facebook photo album by Andy Cross is here

Start/Finish: LaTourette Golf House, 1001 Richmond Hill Road

“What a challenging course! Great volunteers, great trail, great participation!

A fun, tough trail run with a great group of runners!” – Wendy

Volunteers are needed for this event (see below)

The Greenbelt’s “Cold Feat” 10-K Trail Race is brought to you by the Greenbelt Conservancy, King of the Mountain Events and NYC Parks.   We are grateful to the friendly staff at LaTourette golf course for allowing us to share their beautiful facilities on race day.  The golf course Grille Room Bar will be open post race to serve those over 21.

 

Cold Feat 2016 logo FINAL

LaTourette Golf Course

1001 Richmond Hill Road

Staten Island, NY   10306

 

GO HERE FOR 2014 RACE RESULTS

PHOTOS FROM 2014 RACE ARE HERE IN FACEBOOK ALBUM

2013 Race Results Here

2013 Race Photos Here

 

2012 Race Results Here

2012 Race Photos Here by Raoul Edwards, Jane Keating and Dorothy Reilly

2012 Race Photos Here by Andy Cross

2012 Race Photos Here by Michael Bonanno

 

2011 Race Results Here

2011 Race Photos Here

 

2010 Race Results Here

2010 Race Photos Here

 

Three additional trails races take place in the Greenbelt:

Trail Running Links:

Runners’ comments:

The course was awesome.  It had a good mix of flat straightaways, steep uphills, and big downhills.  It was extremely well-marked with yellow tags on the trees and an occasional arrow pointing us in the right direction.  Despite not seeing the runner ahead of me for parts of the race, I never missed a turn (which always seems to happen to me during trail races).

There were a TON of volunteers along the course – ensuring we were following the right course, giving us helpful pointers for the next stretch of trails (rocky, slippery, etc), taking a lot of awesome pictures, and cheering for us.   And even though it was a small, local, short trail race, there was an awesome table of water, gatorade products, and fuel options just past mile 3.  It was one of the best and most fun races I’ve done in a long time.

– Michele

I rate this a”ten, I mean 5 stars! Very well organized, great course, lots of encouraging marshalls… helps makes Staten Island a contender in the trail race category…

Katherine

Well planned,  challenging course. It was a great experience overall. Thanks!

– Chris

What a challenging course! Great volunteers, great trail, great participation! A fun, tough trail run with a great group of runners!

– Wendy

Great race!!!! We had a great time with all the awesome people, thank you!!!

– Katie K