Ultra Trail Run - 30, 50, 100, 200, and 500 MILE TRAIL. The 50 milers will do the first 40 miles on the east side of Route 100 and then they will do their last 10 miles on the west side. The 50 mile course is very scenic but also very demanding. The 30 milers will do the first 20 miles on the east side of Route 100 and then the last 10 miles on the west side. The longer races will all do a rugged 10 mile loop in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Runners will repeat the loops 10, 20, or 50 times. Each loop has 2400 vertical feet of change.
500 mile race starts Thursday, May 23rd at 4 p.m. The 200 mile starts Thursday May 30th at 4 p.m. The 50/100 mile will start at 6 a.m. with the 30 mile starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday June 1st. -Course closes Sunday at 4 p.m.
Available on site lodging option:
The Amee Farm Lodge
Amee Farm, Trailside Lodge, Swiss Farm. Camping is available at many state parks in the area that offer camping and lots of smaller motels and B & B's as well.
Don't cut the course. Don't litter. Support crews/pacers may join the 100 milers for their last 50, the 150/200 milers may have pacers after the first 50. NOTE: If your support crew registers for the 50 mile race they can jump in with you and still get credit for a ultra finish.
The weather is always changing, be sure to keep looking at the weather up to the event and be prepared.
Parking will be available at Amee Farm Lodge. There will be Event Parking signs. Please park in designated area. We don't anticipate the lot to fill but if it does you will be directed to our overflow lot 1 mile away. You may be towed if you park illegally.
Entry fee includes Friday pasta dinner, Saturday morning breakfast, and Saturday night BBQ. There will be a minimal fee for support crews interested in those meals. Normal ultra grub will be served during the race.
Schwag and Awards:
Jackets or pullovers, technical shirts, beenie hats, and a cool finishers award.
Pittsfield is on route 100 North of Killington.
Easiest airports to fly into are Burlington, VT and Albany, NY.
Contact: Andy Weinberg email@example.com
McNaughton Mile Splits
Participants of this race portion will be joining the 100 mile runners. “Death Division” runners will start Saturday, June 1st at 6:00 a.m. and have 24 hours to complete the 100 miles. At the end of each 10 mile lap participants will have to complete a challenge before moving on to their next lap. These challenges will be similar to those encountered during a Death Race and will be physical, mental, or both. The participant with the most laps completed by Sunday, June 2nd at 6:00 a.m. will be the winner. If more than one participant is on the same number of laps completed, the first one to come back and finish the lap’s challenge receives higher standing. *Same cost as 100 mile ultra.
Points Awarded Based on Completion of Laps
Laps 1 & 2= 10 points each
Laps 3 & 4= 20 points each
Laps 5 & 6= 40 points each
Laps 7 & 8= 60 points each
Laps 9 & 10= 95 points each
Total Possible: 450 points
1st Place= Lap points +100 points
2nd Place= Lap points +75 points
3rd Place= Lap points +50 points