Pete Seegar: A Shorewalker Along Many Rivers
By Cy A Adler
Walking in a Winter Wonderland in New York City Parks
reprinted from the New York Times
By KEITH MULVIHILL
Published: December 19, 2013
JUST because temperatures have dropped doesn’t mean outdoor efforts to elevate your heart rate should take a nose dive, too. New York City offers many walking trails and paths through scenic, wooded parks and along breathtaking waterways
Jim Simpson for The New York Times
Hikers traversing a rocky slope along the 1.5-mile, moderately difficult John Muir Trail during a ranger-led fitness hike.“Winter is a great time to get out and see the parks in a new way once the trees have shed all of their leaves,” said Sarah Aucoin, director of theUrban Park Rangers program, which offers guided hikes and walks in the city’s park all year. “You can see wildlife and get your heart pumping at the same time.”
The Great Saunter on KCET-TV
NY, tutti pazzi per il Long Walking
_____________________________________________________NY, Mad for Long Walking, Ideal for Fans and Over 50 by Glauco Maggi photos: Maria Teresa Cometto
This article orignally appeared in the the Italian newspaper LaStampa. The translation, reproduced below is used with the permission of the authors along with their pictures. The original Italian text may be read in the newpaper LaStampa at the following link: www.lastampa.it/2013/06/24/societa/ny-tutti-pazzi-per-il-long-walking-lideale-per-appassionati-e-over-EQ6ArUW2a9EFFTljb8yJDI/pagina.html
Athletes-tourists or tourists-athletes even better, I have a tip for you: the Big Apple you can know and enjoy even without doing the marathon. Or after you have done it you can not be bothered to do an encore due to all the hard work that went in to it.
Morningside Heights Potholes
This minute and a half video, including an interview with Cy Adler, President of Shorewalkers, discusses the potholes along the route of the Great Saunter along Cherry Walk. Click the link below to watch this brief video.
The Great Saunter May 4, 2013
Congratulations to all 943 particpants of the 28th Annual Great Saunter and the 450 of you who completed this 32 mile saunter. This has truely become both a national and international event, with people coming from California, Florida, Texas, Ontario and a number of European countries to participate and see parts of our shores most New Yorkers never see.
Whether you completed all 32 miles like 11-year-old Morgan Tang and 80-year-old Yaco Genense, or a section of The Great Saunter foot path, the personal benifits and sharing the beauty of New York shores, parks, and greenways with so many of our neighbors was truely a unique experience.
Love on the ...
It was eight years ago when Jean, an elementary school teacher here in the Kansas City area, saw one of my flyers about The Great Saunter. Being physically active she decided it was something she wanted to do. Inviting her boyfriend, knowing that he was not as physically active, she was surprised by his quick and affirmative response. You see Jim decided this would be a great opportunity to propose marriage while on their trip to NYC for the Saunter. He proposed to her at the top of the Empire State Building. Thus, had Cy Adler never started this event, this would never have happened at such a grand location. It is interesting how one event can lead to others, and am sure there are many other interesting stories that have happened because of this great event.
Submitted by Fred Hartman
Teach Kids About the Shore
Shorewalkers was awarded a small grant by Citizens Committee of New York
to encourage youngsters to shore walk. In our archipelagos city shore walking can be extraordinarily educationalas well as healthful. See our magnificent waterfront and more at 3 MPH.
Walking the Hudson From the Battery to Bear Mountain
Walking Manhattan’s Rim - the Great Saunter
Cy A Adler
- Rock Fall on the Palisades
- Unforced March: Sauntering Along All 32 Miles of Manhattan's Coastline
- The Walking Man
- Cy Adler and Shorewalkers in the News
- Walking by Waters
- Shorewalkers' president Cy A Adler and Pete Seeger sing "The Shorewalkers Saunter"
- MANHATTAN WATER-BOUND– 308 pg, second edition. Syracuse Univ. Press.
- THE HISTORY AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE SHOREWALKERS
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