Join the National Park Service to celebrate Healthy Parks Healthy People by participating in the 100 mile challenge (winter, summer, or both) along the trails within Saratoga National Historical Park - participants are able to cross country ski, snowshoe, hike, or bike to complete the challenge. Keep track of miles you've accumulated in the park and when you reach that magic number - 100 - you will earn a special prize that places you in that elite group of wilderness pedestrians.
Logging Your Miles:
Upon registration, an activity log will be provided to you to assist with tracking your mileage. When you have reached 100 miles, bring your log to the visitor center to receive your prize!
Join the 1,777 Club:
Just because you reached the 100 mile mark, doesn't mean you have to stop logging your miles! We're excited to announce a long term challenge for our visitors to rack up 1,777 miles here at Saratoga National Historical Park. All miles must be completed during the challenge time frames as posted (either Jan. - Apr., or May - Sep.) and must be completed within Saratoga NHP boundaries. Any participant signing up for a 100 mile challenge will automatically be signed up for the 1,777 challenge, so make sure you log those miles! Coinciding with the 250th anniversary of the Battles of Saratoga, the deadline to reach 1,777 miles will be autumn of 2027 - more details will follow!
Bring Your Dog Along for the Challenge:
Dogs are great companions for enjoying the outdoors and are allowed on trails at Saratoga National Historical Park. Canine companions can participate in this challenge. To complete this challenge, each participating pet must hike 100 miles in the park with their human companion.
2018 Scheduled Walks and Rides:
Visitors are encouraged and welcome to attend any one of these scheduled programs throughout 2018 and count the distance towards their 100 miles. For more information about these or other events at Saratoga National Historical Park, please be sure to check out our Schedule of Events.
Saturday, June 9th: Nature Walk
Saturday, June 9th: Bike Tour
Tuesday, June 19th: History Walk
Wednesday, June 20th: History Walk
Saturday, June 23rd: Nature Walk
Saturday, June 23rd: Bike Tour
Sunday, July 8th: Bike Tour
Sunday, July 22nd: Bike Tour
Wednesday, July 25th: History Walk
Thursday, July 26th: History Walk
Tuesday, August 7th: History Walk (3.5 hours)
Saturday, August 11th: Bike Tour
Tuesday, August 21st: History Walk
Wednesday, August 22nd: History Walk
Saturday, August 25th: Bike Tour
Wednesday, September 5th: History Walk
Thursday, September 6th: History Walk
Saturday, September 8th: Nature Walk
Wednesday, September 19th: Anniversary History Walk
Saturday, September 29th: National Bike Your Park Day
Thursday, October 4th: History Walk (3.5 hours)
Saturday, October 6th: Nature Walk
Sunday, October 7th: Anniversary History Walk
Last updated: April 30, 2020