Cory Storch
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Tom Glynn left a comment for Cory Storch
"Cory, wanted to check this out too. Curious about features of the site I've never noticed. Did you get this?- Thanks, Tom"
Apr 12
Cory Storch is attending Paul Kiczek's event
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Spring Ahead Walk 2015 - Trenton to Princeton at D&R Canal Towpath - East Coast Greenway

March 22, 2015 from 8am to 12:30pm
A FREE 12-mile walk from city to country. (Formerly called Practice Walk#1) This is 1/2 day warm up for the 40-mile Great Canal Walk (http://TR2NB40.org ). Covers the first leg (1/3) and follows the same East Coast Greenway / D&R Canal towpath. A casual walk to size up the trail and get…See More
Feb 16, 2015
Jenn Popper left a comment for Cory Storch
"Okay, we're signing up!  Maybe we can carpool there!"
Jan 24, 2015
Cory Storch left a comment for Jenn Popper
"hope to see you and Michael for the Hudson River south walk on Feb 1 Cory"
Jan 24, 2015
Cory Storch left a comment for Roni Taylor
"Roni!  This group is almost as cool as the 1990s Plainfield School Board Cory"
Jan 24, 2015
Cory Storch left a comment for Al
"Welcome Al, from a fellow Plainfielder.  Hope to see you on one of the walks. Cory Storch"
Jan 24, 2015
Cory Storch is attending Paul Kiczek's event
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LENAPE34: The Origins Walk - 2014 at Millburn to Newark Along the Lenape Trail

October 13, 2014 from 7am to 8:30pm
This Columbus Day 34 mile walk starts at the train station in Millburn, NJ and follows an old marked trail called the "Lenape Trail" in beautiful South Mountain, Eagle Rock and Mills Reservations. It includes suburban towns such as Montclair, West Orange, Verona, Bloomfield, Nutley, and Belleville, and ends in urban Newark.This is the third annual LENAPE34 which turned out to be very challenging yet popular with the FreeWalkers last year. The…See More
Oct 10, 2014
Cory Storch commented on Paul Kiczek's event Philadelphia Freedom Walk - 2014
"This should be a great walk.  Is there any interest in carpooling?"
Jul 6, 2014
Cory Storch is attending Paul Kiczek's event

Philadelphia Freedom Walk - 2014 at 30th St. Station - start

July 12, 2014 from 9am to 6pm
This scenic 20-mile walk through Philadelphia will begin and end at 30th Street Station. We will walk the East Coast Greenway and a portion of the Schuylkill River Trail as it winds through the city.We will also explore several neighborhoods and parks and pass many historic and cultural landmarks including: Fairmount Park, Philadelphia Art Museum, Boathouse Row, City Hall, South Street, Penn's Landing, Reading Terminal Market, Chinatown, Independence Mall, Elfreth's Alley, Eastern State…See More
Jul 6, 2014
Cory Storch is attending Paul Kiczek's event
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NJ2NY50 - The Big Walk - 2014 at Metropark, Iselin NJ to Penn Station New York

May 10, 2014 from 6am to 10:30pm
EVENT UPDATE:Check the Google Interactive Map for latest route this year. Basically, we are back to the original. Note: use the PATH alternate ferry service near Exchg Pl - last ferry is 10:00 p.m.Itinerary for 2014Weather: Overcast 60 to start, mid-70s afternoon, periods of rain (rain jacket, foldable umbrella?)Start - arrive around 5:45 - sign in, numbers, photo, coffee+, briefing, handout. NYC train due in at 5:58 (we will wait for train),…See More
Apr 30, 2014
Cory Storch is attending Paul Kiczek's event
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NB2MP10 - The beTween Walk - 2014 at New Brunswick Train Station to Metropark Train Station

April 19, 2014 from 8:30am to 1pm
UPDATE:Latest Event Info Sheet.Forecast: Clearing in a.m., fairly windy and in 50s.EMS Prize Drawing: 8:30 amTours are onECG SAG Van support onMaps will be providedJoin in on this easy, flat 10-mile walk (actually its 12.3-miles!) between New Brunswick and Metropark in Iselin along the East Coast Greenway. (Hence, the name "Tween Walk").Its a suburban…See More
Apr 14, 2014
Cory Storch is attending Paul Kiczek's event
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TR2NB40 - Great Canal Walk - 2014 at D & R Canal - Trenton to New Brunswick

April 5, 2014 from 7am to 9pm
Trace the towpath footsteps of the Delaware & Raritan Canal, a 175 year old waterway across Central New Jersey - from Trenton to New Brunswick. The TR2NB40 - Great Canal Walk, a 40-mile, one -day long distance walk, is a superb physical and mental challenge and the first long segment in a series of three walking events aiming to walk across New Jersey following the East Coast Greenway.…See More
Apr 1, 2014
Paul Kiczek left a comment for Cory Storch
"Ok Cory, Good to see you you will be there with some friends. We usually get a good number parking at Turning Basin but the end times are a little unpredictable. In any case, its not too far to the train station. There should be a ride there back to…"
Mar 21, 2014
Cory Storch left a comment for Paul Kiczek
"Hi Paul - it looks like two or three friends will be joining me this Sunday.  We might drive to Princeton Junction and get the train.  Unless there is a carpool possibility from that parking lot at the end of the walk. Cory"
Mar 21, 2014
Cory Storch is attending Robert Quinlan's event
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Duke Farms Winter Ramble at Duke Farms Orientation Center (start & finish)

February 1, 2014 from 9:15am to 2:30pm
Several members of NJ Freewalkers will meet at Duke Farms on Saturday, February 1, 2014, for an approximate 15-mile walk through the 2742 acre estate.  This is one of the largest privately-owned open spaces in New Jersey and is open to the public year-round.  The property has 18 miles of walking and bicycling trails, woodlands, meadows, horticultural exhibits and lakes.  Best of all- the grounds are closed to vehicular traffic.  We will meet inside the Duke Farms Orientation Center at 9:15…See More
Jan 27, 2014
Robert Quinlan and Cory Storch are now friends
Jan 27, 2014

Profile Information

How did you learn about the FreeWalkers
Searching on the web, Picked up Information at Store
What is the farthest distance (in miles) you have ever walked?
25
What is your interest in joining the FreeWalkers?
Exercise/Fitness, Social Networking, Pro-Pedestrian Issues, Personal Challenge
What events might you be interested in participating?
LENAPE34 (34 mile walk), TR2NB40 (40 mile walk), Cross-Jersey Walking Challenge (100 miles/1 yr)

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At 2:09pm on April 12, 2017, Tom Glynn said…

Cory, wanted to check this out too. Curious about features of the site I've never noticed. Did you get this?- Thanks, Tom

At 5:33pm on January 24, 2015, Jenn Popper said…

Okay, we're signing up!  Maybe we can carpool there!

At 6:52am on March 21, 2014, Paul Kiczek said…

Ok Cory,

Good to see you you will be there with some friends.

We usually get a good number parking at Turning Basin but the end times are a little unpredictable. In any case, its not too far to the train station. There should be a ride there back to station.

 
 
 

Recent Events

Roebling Ramble 

June 17, 2017 - This event combined the history of the Roebling family (built the Brooklyn Bridge and many others) and their rise and fall and the town they created that represented an immigrant's dream 100-years ago.

Our 34 FreeWalkers continued another 13 miles to Trenton to experience a unique festival called Art All Night which offered a huge stage to experience live visual and audio art along with caravan of food trucks for 24-hours straight. The entire day was a unique and interesting experience in history and art.

Hudson River Loop 

June 10, 2017 - It turned out to be a great day for a great event. Our largest event yet with 125 participants. Many making it all the way to the end of 30-miles. If there was any particular challenge it was the heat building up but with some breeze to help as it reached the mid-80s.

This year to accommodate more challengers we expanded the support providing improved signage and a support stop near the GWB. Our thanks to the Hudson River Walkway Conservancy, East Coast Greenway, Shorewalkers and Metrotrails for helping make this a huge success for FreeWalkers and our United Walking effort.

Website Update here

Survey resultsTake Survey. 

Photos here

The Big Walk 2017

May 20, 2017 - Rain at the crack of dawn did nothing to stop 40+ FreeWalkers' at this 8th annual premier long distance event. Fortunately, the weather cooperated, mostly, and we had 11 finish the maximum 50-miles.

The walk from Metropark station to Penn Station NYC is a diverse challenge with many obstacles which draw the best of our long distance walkers.

Website Update here

Survey resultsTake Survey. 

Photos here

Between Walk 2017

April 15, 2017 - With a good temps but overcast skies 23. FreeWalkers walked the 12 miles from New Brunswick to Metropark station. This year's events included a new free bagel stop at Ruthie's in Highland Park and a great personal tour of the newly renovated Thomas Edison Center in Menlo Park.

Jack Shi's Excellent Adventure

Website Update here

Survey resultsTake Survey

Photos here

Great Canal Walk 2017

April 8, 2017 - It was a beautiful day for a walk with a taste of spring. FourWalkers walked the 40 miles from Trenton and 29 walkers favored the shorter, yet challenging 28 miles from Princeton to New Brunswick.

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Photos here

Spring Ahead 2017

March 19, 2017 - Eight FreeWalkers walked the 12-miles from Trenton to Princeton on a day when winter would not let go. Snow covered trail and cold temps slowed down the trek but sun and good spirits were plentiful. 

See photos here

Roosevelt Island/Astoria 2017

March 4, 2017 - About 40 braved the mid-teens and walked across town to the tram. We explored the island and the FDR 4 Freedoms Monument and park. Eventually crossing the bridge to Queens for some middle-eastern sights, smells and tastes. Ending it all at the famous Czech Beer Hall. 

See photos here

See survey results here

Kennedy 50-Mile Walk 2017

February 4, 2017 - An event for history buffs and hardcore walkers. Our 4th walk along the C&O Canal in Maryland and West Virginia - just like Bobby Kennedy did in 1963. Chilly weather did not dampen the can-do spirit of 50 fellow walkers at our grand annual event.

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See photos here
See survey results here

TRAINing Walk 2017

January 28, 2017 - It's mid-winter and 75 hearty walkers show up at the Morristown train station. This year we went West to East and ended in a cozy bar called Coda. Special kudos to Madison Honda for their hospitatlity.

See photos here
See the survey results here.

Midnight March on Princeton


January 7, 2017 - The Midnight March was our first all-night walking event and first event for the new year. Six brave FreeWalkers played wannabe soldiers and stayed with the troops into battle.at daybreak.
Read the entire story here
See photos here

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Holiday Lights in Dyker Heights


December 16, 2016 - About a dozen FreeWalkers braved extreme cold and outmaneuvered rabid fans of the famous Brooklyn neighborhood. Thanks to Nakis Pericleous for leading us to the holiday kingdom.
See photos here

South Orange - Maplewood Walk & Year-end Party


December 4, 2016 - There were 35 FreeWalkers walking the grand and historic neighborhoods of South Orange and Maplewood followed by our year-end party and awards. Thanks to Risa Olinsky and David Ascher for a great day for a walk, celebration party and a start of the holiday season..
See photos here

Gobble-Gobble for MEND


November 25, 2016 - A crowd of about 40 walked off some turkey and at the same time helped the unfortunate in our communities by supporting MEND of Essex County - a food-bank charity that we support. Gobble-Gobble Walkers were asked to bring food and/or donate to help the hungry.
See photos here

Stroll & Roll - Union County


November 6, 2016 - Familes and FreeWalkers enjoyed a great fall day in Echo Lake Park, Mountainside, NJ as we got about 200 participants strolling and rolling. Kids had as much fun as adults enjoying the games, mild temps and colorful leaves on our first-ever family walking event. Thank you sponsors and Risa Olinsky and Yohana Osorio for organizing!
See photos here

Philadelphia Marathon Walk

October 30, 2016 - Charles Upkike led about 20 FreeWalkers along the route of the Philadelphia Marathon, know for its scenery - especially this time of year.

Legend of Sleepy Hollow Walk

October 30, 2016 - Rick Mohovich led about a dozen FreeWalkers around the Tarrytown area in a walk that passed through the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery of Wahington Irving fame.

Tour of Brooklyn - Coney Island


October 29, 2016 - 25 FreeWalkers walked from the New City waterfront to Coney Island on our annual tour of a different section of Brooklyn each year. Always popular and interesting, we enjoyed great weather and scenery as we walked the greenway trail, including under the Verrazano Bridge. Thanks leader Nancy Jonap!
See photos here

Autumn on the Delaware Series


October 20-23, 2016 - Four consecutive days, 120 miles. Walking from York PA to Frenchtown. FreeWalkers walked in support of Jim Gregoire, a FreeWalker and man on a mission to walk the entire US East Coast. Charles Updike, FreeWalkers PA Regional director organized this series of walk to keep him company and provide a great reason to visit the Delaware River area.
See photos here

Sailung Nepal Trek


October 3-16, 2016 - Two weeks trekking te foothills of the Himalayas. Sydney Frymire of Trek of Your Life (TOYL), a FreeWalker and experienced hiker and traveler organizes trips to Nepal which include a bit of volunteerism and plenty of incredible sights.
See photos here

Lenape 34


October 10, 2016 - On Columbus Day each year we brave the wilds of Essex County and travel through five reservations, 8 parks a dozen or so towns as we walk from Millburn to Cedar Grove, Montclair and Newark as we follow the Lenape Trail for 34 miles in our most diverse walk.
See photos here

Endless Summer Walk


September 24, 2016 - Once again we tried our best to hold on to summer and made a 30-mile trek along the bayshore and oceanside from Matawan to Sandy Hook to Asbury Park. Great conditions again this year for a beautiful walk and one of our most popular.
See photos here

Tour of Boston

September 17, 2016 - Fran Price, our FreeWalker leader in Boston, put together a great tour of the highlights of Boston. We walked from South Boston to Copley Square, mostly following the water and the historic trail.
See photos here

Providence - Boston Expedition

Providence to Boston July 23 to July 29 - Loredana, Ken and Nancy have finished thier 110 mile week-long expedition on the ECGA.

Read Loredana's story on why she walks the expedition each year.

See Loredana's 7-day Photo Journal

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