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John Jay Community Trail Race

Run 5km
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The John Jay Community 5k Trail Race ( is a competitive community race on the new John Jay Community Cross Country Trail. The course starts on the lower fields of the John Jay Campus and quickly goes into the wooded trails adjacent to the middle school and high school. The trails are challenging and hilly in the woods.

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  1. 5K trail run

    Run 5km

John Jay Community Trail Race route

Course description: The course starts in the middle school field where runners will loop around once in order to stretch out the field a bit before going into the narrower trails. Runners enter the trail by the challenge course (towards the Meadows condo complex). The trail turns right immediately downhill. Runners cross over the bridge and then turn left towards up the trail & hills and then follow the loop around to the second bridge. After the second bridge runners climb the trail up to the pit field. After the pit runners will go through the nature trail on the left hand side of the fenced pond and then up to the dirt student parking lot. Runners head through the parking lot and down the hill again to the middle school field (the start area). Runners will turn uphill on the trail next to the middle school and head up up past the basketball court and into the main entrance of the John Jay Contest Field (the one with the track).

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