The Stockville

“Wilderness areas are first of all a series of sanctuaries for the primitive arts of wilderness travel… I suppose some will wish to debate whether it is important to keep these primitive arts alive. I shall not debate it. Either you know it in your bones, or you are very, very old.”

-Aldo Leopold, A Sand County Almanac

The best part of adventuring is the stories.

That time you were packrafting down a remote river and spotted a deer chasing a Canadian lynx up the bank…

That sunrise over the Catskills, when the red and yellow leaves sparkled with frost…

Those trail angels you encountered, when everyone on the team had run out of food, and you were still miles from the TA…

That night you and your teammates came together to overcome insurmountable odds and made it to the finish line, with seconds to spare…

This race is for the stories.

The Race

The Stockville is a two-day foot and navigation event, inspired by the mountain marathons of Europe and the UK. Each morning, racers will receive maps of a linear, point-to-point course that will take them through the wilds of Central Pennsylvania. The final checkpoint on Day 1 – and the start location for Day 2 – will be at midcamp, a community campout where we’ll come together over roasted marshmallows to bask in the wonder of our collective adventures.

For Stockville veterans, the second-running of the race will bring more route choice and opportunities to extend or shorten course distances each day.

The Stockville is the final event in our 2017 Adventure Series!

Event Info

  • Date: October 14-15, 2017
  • Time: Registration will open at 7am on Saturday, with the race beginning at 8am.
  • Where: Tuscarora State Forest
  • Team Size: Solos and teams of 2-4 racers 

Registration

  • $80 per person through September 15, 2017
    • $100 after September 15

Camping fees and midcamp snacks are included in the registration fee.

Gear List: Available here!

Register here!

Racer Update #1 – 9/27/2017

Results and Photos

Race Designer: Abby Perkiss and Brent Freedland