Hit the Road with the 7th Annual Catskill Conquest Rally!

In 1903, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers sponsored an 800-mile endurance run from Weehawken, NJ to Pittsburgh, PA. Thirty-four competing automobiles departed on October 7, 1903 and traveled up the Hudson Valley and then through the Catskill Mountains. Reaching Delhi on the second day in a driving rain, they continued on through Franklin and then to Binghamton and beyond.

Since 2017, drivers have been commemorating this historic event with a tradition of their own, The Annual Catskill Conquest Rally! Join us in celebrating the 120th Anniversary of the 1903 Endurance Run. 

This year’s event takes place on Saturday, September 23rd, and starts at the Catskill Visitor Center in Mount Tremper, NY, and ends at the Hanford Mills Museum.

To register or more information, visit 1903autorun.com.