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The Lake Loop’ goes virtual! In 2020- Registration Open

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Our 8th Annual “Lake Loop” fundraiser will now be a virtual event in October, transitioning into a format that allows participants to choose their challenge, set their goals, and ride, run, walk, or paddle however they choose: from the home gym to the local neighborhood and beyond.

The Lake Loop, which usually includes pre-marked bike routes, a 5K, and a paddle route, was originally scheduled to take place on Sunday, October 11 at Hopatcong State Park, but will now run from October 1 to 11, with registrants being able to log miles or times during that 11-day window on their own time and in the location of their choice, all while raising money to benefit the Lake Hopatcong Foundation.

Registration is now open and we will continue to add information about specific challenges, fun contests, sponsor promotions, virtual fitness classes, and more in the weeks ahead! Participants are encouraged to create or join fundraising teams, which will help boost camaraderie and competition, even from a social distance. register HERE.

2019 Lake Loop Post Article Movie          What Happened in 2019Upon registering, participants can learn more about how they can track their personal fitness metrics if they choose, such as through the Strava app, or their own Peloton or Zwift account. (Tracking exercise is not a requirement to participate.) They can then fundraise to their network of family and friends and participate in one or more of the activities during the 11-day challenge.

Registration is only $20, T-shirts are available for an additional $25. There are no fundraising minimums. For our area businesses and generous individuals, numerous sponsorship opportunities are available, including live online promotions and providing prizes for photo and video contest categories.

All money raised will support the Lake Hopatcong Foundation’s many programs and initiatives focused on fostering a vibrant and healthy Lake Hopatcong and its surrounding community. Those efforts include advocating on behalf of the lake in Trenton, preventing the spread of invasive species, improving on-the-water safety, bringing lake education and programming to the community, increasing recreational opportunities, and more.

Let's all put "2020" behind us! Join us for the Virtual Lake Loop Challenge for a healthy lake and a healthy community! 

Find out more about the Virtual Lake Loop Challenge and register HERE.

See press release, Lake Hopatcong Foundation's Lake Loop goes virtual.


 

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