Tromptown Run Marathon & Half Marathon

Sunday, September 26, 2021 • DeRuyter, NY • Course Map

The foothills of central New York State are the setting for the Trompton Run Marathon & Half Marathon, which takes place each September in this village of about 1,400 residents, just five miles south of the Tioughnioga Reservoir (also known locally as DeRuyter Lake).


Featuring a loop course that takes runners through the hilly terrain of the surrounding country roads and lake areas, the race is run in conjunction with the annual Tioughnioga Firemen’s Fair and features an early evening starting time of 5:15 PM for the one-mile fun run, 5:45 PM for the half marathon and a 6:00 PM start for the 5K.

The course for the half-marathon part of the event is indeed scenic, beginning near the DeRuyter Central School and taking runners through the village and northward into the nearby hills, which offer plentiful tree cover from what race organizers say can be a humid and warm evening run.

Runners follow the course from there northward up and around the reservoir and along the dam, then turning southward along East Lake Road and Middle Lake Road toward the finish back at the town fairgrounds.

Race Weather & Climate

Located in the foothills of central New York State about 30 miles south of Syracuse, the village of DeRuyter typically sees summers with mild and sometimes cool weather conditions in late September, with temperatures typically ranging from the high 40s to the low 70s.

On race day (Sep. 26), the average low is 50ºF and the average high is 64ºF.

Course Map

See the race route map for the Tromptown Run Half Marathon here.

Starting Time

  • 8:00 AM – full marathon
  • 9:00 AM – half marathon

Fees

  • $35 – $40 for the half marathon
  • $55 – $70 for the full marathon

Registration

To reserve your spot in the 2021 running of DeRuyter’s Tromptown Run Marathon or Half Marathon, register online at RunSignUp.com here.

Official Race Website

www.tromptownrun.com


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