Description

The Vermont 100 Endurance Race is one of the original 100 mile runs in the USA and a part of the Grand Slam Series of Ultrarunning. Each year, 300 runners attempt to finish this hilly race over beautiful Vermont back roads and trails under the 30 hour cutoff point, and a well-trained few finish in under 24 hours. The race proceeds support Vermont Adaptive.

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 Reminder-2016 Vermont100 is Cup-Less
Please no dogs or drones (they can really bother the horses)

General Race Rules and Information
  1. Runner numbers must be worn on the front and outside of whatever clothes you are wearing. If we cannot see your number we cannot score you at the aid stations. It is the responsibility of the individual runner to make sure that your number has been noted and you have been checked in at all manned aid stations. 
  2. ABSOLUTELY NO LITTERING WILL BE TOLERATED! 
  3. Any runner dropping out must immediately notify appropriate race personnel at an aid station or the finish line. 
  4. Cutoff times at Medical Stations are non-negotiable. 
  5. All runners will abide by the directions of Medical personnel. 
  6. All pacers will be required to check-in and obtain a pacer bib prior to being allowed on course. 
  7. Runners who get lost during the race must return, without assistance from others, to the spot where they left the trail to continue. 
  8. Any runner accepting a ride for any reason is deemed out of the race. 
  9. No aid is allowed from a vehicle. Crews must be outside the vehicle and at an acceptable location when assisting a runner. This includes pacing a runner from a vehicle. 
  10. No aid or assistance is allowed other than at designated handler access stations. Race officials have the right to disqualify any runner who does not abide by this rule.Handlers take note! 
  11. No vehicle shall follow a runner at night, assisting with headlights. 
  12. No "muling" (pacers carrying runners gear.) 
  13. Pets are not allowed at aid stations or Silver Hill Meadow, except service animals, which should be marked as such. 
  14. The use of headphones or personal speakers (ipods, mp3 players, walkmans, radios, etc) is prohibited. Their use presents a major safety hazard and can result in disqualification. 
  15. We discourage the use of "trekking poles". Their use will result in disqualification only if race officials deem such use to be hazardous. 

Violating any rule will be grounds for disqualification. Race management reserves the right to bar any runner from competing in this or any future Vermont 100 Mile Endurance Race.




Race Parking
Directions and Maps

Directions to Silver Hill

Map to Silver Hill

PARKING AT SILVER HILL MEADOW AND HANDLER ACCESS STATIONS
All parking signs must be followed. No parking is allowed in driveways or in the road at Silver Hill Meadow. All parking at handler access stations must be out of traffic and must not block roads or driveways. Handlers must follow directions of aid station personnel.

No pacer parking is allowed at Camp 10 Bear.

A shuttle will be provided from Silver Hill Meadow.


Trail Markings
The trail is marked with yellow plastic plates with black arrows. There are smaller plates marked with a 'C' to indicate the course between the larger arrow plates. Lime is used on the road to mark certain intersections. Glow sticks are used to mark the trail at night. Unfortunately, vandalism does occur - we have crews checking during the night but be cautious.

Running the trail

While running the trail runners are allowed to set their own pace as long as they are out of the following check points by the times noted.

These Cutoff Times are for the 100 miler
#NameCutoff Time
5Pretty House10:20 a.m.
7Stage Road1:00 p.m.
11Camp 10 Bear6:00 p.m.
14Margaritaville9:30 p.m.
17Camp 10 Bear1:00 a.m.
19
22
Spirit of 76
Bill's
3:00 a.m.
6:30 a.m.
24Polly's8:40 a.m.

100 mi and 100 km Aid Station Lists 
(with hard Cut-off times) 
(Stations are Subject to change)

At mandatory medical checkpoints (#s 11, 17, 22) every runner must be weighed before hydrating. Weight loss of 6% (of check in weight) will result in a warning and the runner will be observed before continuing. Weight loss of 7% will result in disqualification.Medical Check Point Requirements



Aid Station List 100 mi and 100 Km with Hard Cut-offs

Race Menu
 

Drop Bags
Extra supplies may be left at check-in on Friday before 6 p.m. for delivery to the following aid stations: #5, 7, 11, 14, 17, 19, 22, and 24. Supplies must be in a durable, soft sided, clearly marked bag with the runners bib number and station to be delivered to. Bags can not contain glass of any kind and large, hard sided totes or bins will not be accepted. Most drop bags will be returned to the finish line by noon on Sunday .



THE VT 100 IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST, STOLEN OR FORGOTTEN ARTICLES. ARRANGEMENTS MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE FOR RETURN OF ANY ITEMS NOT PICKED UP ON SUNDAY.


Above all please have a safe 100 miles.
Enjoy the beautiful sight and sounds of Vermont.

Please remember to thank the volunteers. They make this all possible.




Please print out these documents!
http://vermont100endurancerun.blogspot.com/p/please-download-these-documents.html





 Vermont 100 a Benefit for
http://www.vermontadaptive.org/