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.

VT 100 Km Description

Date: July 15-16, 2017
Start Time: 9:00 a.m. - 20 hour limit
Entry Fee: $250.00 Entries are limited to the first 75 received.
Volunteer Service
All runners must complete 8 hours volunteer service, or pay the Volunteer Buy-Out fee, prior to June 15th. More information on the volunteer service requirement is here.

Qualification Requirement
There is no qualification requirement for the 100km.

Team Run 2 Empower
The Team Run 2 Empower program provides guaranteed entry into the Vermont 100 (100-mile or 100k race), plus raises additional money for Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports. There are limited slots, to be filled on a first come/first serve basis, however spots are currently available. Please contact the Race Director (at vt100@vermontadaptive.org) if you are interested in participating in the Team Run 2 Empower.


Directions and Maps Page
Site Map July 2015


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Directions to SilverHill




Aid Stations: There will be 16 aid stations with a variety of food and drinks. There is good access for handlers at designated stations. Pacers only will be allowed the last 30 miles. Pacers (pacers only, not handlers) are allowed anytime throughout the course for those 60 years and above.


Aid Station List 100mi and 100 Km with Hard Cut-offs
(list subject to change)

 

Awards: All finishers under the 20 hour limit will receive a custom horseshoe.

Lodging: There is a limited amount of free camping right at the race site from Friday morning through Monday noon. The first 100 entries received requesting camping spots will get them. A list of local camping and lodging facilities will be sent on request. You will be notified if you requested camping and did not get a spot.

Course: The course starts and finishes at Silver Hill Meadow. It is a single loop consisting of a mix of gravel roads, jeep roads and trails and is very hilly but not extremely steep. The normal temperature in Vermont in July is 80 - 85 during the day and 55 - 65 at night but anything can happen and high humidity is very possible.
Elevation Profile

Vermont 100 km Course Description





By Zeke Zucker The course starts on the road next to the Big Tents at Silver Hill Meadow, heading UP the hill. The first 5 miles is on gravel roads, including a noticeable climb up Morgan Hill from 3.5 to 4.0 miles. Then plenty of down to Rte. 106 (which is paved). Go 0.9 miles to Lillian's Aid Station at Long Hill Rd. and your 6.0 mile mark. From this point you follow the same exact route as the 100 Milers.

You can go to the 100 Mile Course Description and read about the rest of the course from Lillian's, which is their 43.9 mile mark. For any given mileage just subtract 37.9 miles to determine your own mileage point.






Vermont 100 FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)