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2013 Lenape 34 Walkers

Name: Miles
Robert Quinlan 34
Ray Smith 34
Teresa Akerstein 34
David Ascher 34
Nir Krakauer 34
Albert Walker 34
Laurie Beekhuysen 32
Eddie Evans 32
Judi Fox-Hernadez 32
Sam Huber 32
Paul Kiczek 30
Ian Hochstead 28
Matthew McMickle 28
Risa Olinsky 26
Ilene Silver 26
Juliet Foster 22
William Radkovich 21
Renata Luisi 20
Maureen Moyniha 20
Catherine Outlaw 20
Diane Stein 12
Roger Vellekamp 12
Peter Castro 10
Ken Kurland 10
Yohana Osorio 10
Jennifer Chaky 9
Cory Storch 7
Rebecca Goldberg 6
Elizabeth McCoy 5
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Congrats to the 2014 L34 Walkers

Our one-day 34-mile trek through the wilds of Essex County will took place on Monday, October 13, 2014. This was our 5th annual L34 event. The weather was mild and overcast all day but misty rain arrived as the sun was going down. Over 20 FreeWalkers braved the famed Lenape Trail covering much of Essex County. 

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The LENAPE34: The Origins Walk, is still considered by many to be the toughest event of our entire calendar due to its terrain, amount of daylight, weather, and various areas it covers.

We traverse a mind-boggling 4 reservations, 3 public utility access routes, 15 parks and over a dozen towns. This walk is a 34-mile trek through woods, neighborhoods, and urban settings in the tradition of modern-day explorers. The walk starts in Millburn and ends in Newark for those that would try to make it all the way. For others, there are plenty of smaller sections to challenge and enjoy in this event.

Join us next year on Columbus Day, October 12, 2015 for the full 34 miles or set your own distance! It's FREE and open to everyone.

 

Press Articles on the 2013 Lenape 34 Walk

 

 

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Lenape Trail Overview

The Lenape Trail was first established over 30 years ago by Al Kent, a retired trail coordinator who wanted to connect as many natural resources and points of interest in Essex County as he could, traversing towns, parks, woodlands, and residential areas along the way. Our walk along the trail takes you from the peak of South Mountain to urban Newark. The Lenape Trail is currently going through a revitalization effort largely due to Steve Marano and the NYNJ Trail Conference efforts. Steve also is involved in an effort to finalize the 130-mile Liberty Water Gap Trail across New Jersey.

 

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