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.

Other Info and Links


The Vermont 100 has been part of the Grand Slam of Ultrarunning.
Vermont 100 Results

All Vermont 100 Race Results - from our race timer Joe Lugiano and Ron DalPezzo. The site also includes results from the Umstead races.

2010 Race Video
Check out this great video, produced by our own John Bassette, Pacer Coordinator.

Vermont 100 Stories
Front page article from the Valley News by Kim Wilmath

2008 article in the Montpelier-Barre Times-Argus by James Biggam

2007 article in the Rutland Herald by Tom Haley.

2002 Articles:
Bill Thom's UltraTails 2002 Vermont 100 Mile Endurance Run
RP Striders' Vermont 100 photos

2001 Vermont Standard by Julie Carlisle

2001 Journal by John Prohira

2001 Vermont 100 Race report, by Grant McKeown

1998 race article

Other Ultra-Marathon Sites

Ultramarathon World - David Blaikie's excellent site for Ultra-runners.

Ultrarunning.com - Comprehensive ultrarunning resources from a race calendar to archives of UltraRunning magazine.


Vermont 50 Mountain Bike race or Ultra Run
The Vermont 50 MT Bike or Ultra Run also benefits Vermont Adaptive. The Vermont 50 is a 50-mile race on the last Sunday in September, which you can either run or mt. bike. It is centered at Ascutney Mt. Resort in Brownsville, VT, and is run over a very different course from the Vermont 100.


The Vermont 50 course starts at Ascutney Mountain Resort in Brownsville, VT. For the first three miles racers will follow down a gentle downhill on gravel roads. After an easy road climb the course turns onto snowmobile - ATV trails, which it follows through gentle rolling terrain for the next 3 miles. Shortly after leaving the ATV trails, the real climbing and descending starts. The course will follow ATV and jeep trails, single track and roads through the top of the highest hill in Hartland, where racers will get an incredible view of Vermont and New Hampshire. From about mile 40 to mile 46.5, racers will have a nice snowmobile trail over rolling, mostly downhill terrain, before hooking onto the cross country ski trail system at Mt. Ascutney for the last 4 miles.


Please go to the Vermont 50 website for more information.

Race Images:
Photos by Nanci

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