26- and 41-mile walker/runner recognition

The Friends of the Old Croton Aqueduct (“Friends”) will recognize anyone who reports completion of the Westchester portion or the entire Old Croton Aqueduct Trail (“Trail”) with a patch and certificate. The Friends will trust that those who apply for recognition have walked and/or run all of the 26 or 41 miles.

We recognize the achievement no matter the sequence, direction, speed, or the length of time that it takes to do it. It may be done all at once or in many segments.

The Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park Map & Guide and the Old Croton Aqueduct in New York City map will be the reference point for what is considered to be the Trail (or a work-around, where necessary).

Here are links to reports from some of our 41 milers: Peter Bakwin in 2007 and Patrick Davitt in 2019. Patrick's run is the fastest known time, coming in at just under 7 hours! Derrick Léon Washington, PhD in 2022.

If you meet these standards, please complete and sign the form.