Long Runs and Steady Runs are designed for steady paces of 11 minute miles or faster with limited stops to provide time for water, bathrooms and very special landmarks and photo opportunities.
Central Park to Prospect Park and all the most beautiful neighborhoods, parks and unexpected treasures between. A 4 to 16 mile adventure through Manhattan, Queens and, especially Brooklyn, that will change your view of New York, forever.
Victorian Brooklyn is a collection of neighborhoods south of Prospect Park built at the beginning of the last century. Practically every home is a spacious masterpiece of romantic, late Victorian architecture. Flat, shady and splendiferous, this secret corner of our city is perfect for a cool summer run.
Some people carp that New York neighborhoods are in decline. Astoria is Exhibit "A" for the thriving mosaic of cultures, landmarks, parks and communities woven throughout our thriving Boroughs.
Amazon didn't move in, but LIC still remains the fastest growing neighborhood in New York! Yes, Long Island City really was the capital of Queens!
Smack in the middle of New York lies a unique village that grew up largely isolated from the rest of the City. Today, it might be New York's most rapidly changing neighborhood.
They say that over 800 languages are spoken in New York City. From Central Park to Flushing, Queens, this run celebrates the peoples of the world living together in peace right here in NYC.
You might think you’re lost in London or Amsterdam. The striking homes, parks and public buildings in the Historic Districts of the South Bronx are just a few meters from the NYC Marathon route.
This New England seaport is a world away from Manhattan, but a quick run from the New York City subway. Along the way we run through the largest park in NYC, with an Olympic track, nature trails and the capacious Orchard Beach.
Rich in history, with easy running boardwalks, challenging hills and the most glorious trail system in New York, Staten Island is the “forgotten” Borough no more. With so much to offer, Epic offers THREE Runs through the greenest Borough in New York.
An Epic Adventure River Series - Imagine a harbor filled with every type of vessel and people from every corner of the world. From Red Hook to Riverdale, the Harbor and River offer many of the most stunning runs and compelling stories anywhere.
New York's greatest achievement? Water. The Croton Reservoir System, completed 15 years before the construction of Central Park even began, transformed New York's quality of life in New York. From Columbus Circle to Highgate Bridge, this Run visits the grand monuments built to celebrate abundant water in New York.