Our "old" pages will be "live" until after the race so you won't miss any important information.
The Vermont 100 is a CUP-LESS race.
We do not publish our course map because most of the course is on private property. Our generous landowners give us two day permission to cross their properties and we are so grateful! Please DO NOT pre-ride or pre-run.
100 Mile Description
The Vermont 100 is limited to the first 350 entrants, and after that runners may enter the waitlist. As registered runners drop from the race, the top runners on the waitlist will automatically be entered into the race. Being registered for the 100 mile does not mean that you may switch to the 100km. You will still need to enter the 100 km waitlist if you wish to change events.
100 Km Description
The 100km is limited to the first 75 entrants, and after that runners may enter the waitlist. Being registered for the 100 K does not mean that you may switch to the 100 Mile. You will still need to enter the 100 Mile wait list if you wish to change events.
Athletes with Disabilities Division
Directions and Maps
Directions to Silver Hill
Map to Silver Hill Site
Download these documents. Our cell service is spotty at best!
New directions and map to the race site have been added. All participants, and associated crews, must follow these directions, as there will be road closures if you try to access the site from other directions.
Printable Race Information
Race Guidelines - Trail descriptions, rules and regulations, and general schedule. Subject to change.
Printable Race Guidelines
Race Start/Bib Numbers
NOTE-If you registered for the VT100 as a guest, then you will have trouble getting into your registration information. You'll need to go back to your confirmation email (from when you registered) and there should be a link there to access your VT100 registration info. If you can't find that email, then the Race Director will resend it to you from Runreg.com.
Once you've access your personal registration page, you can:
- update your 'solo runner' status until July 1st
- request a camping spot, if needed
Printable Solo Division Rules
The Solo Division is recognition of runners who do not use a crew or pacer. Anyone participating in the Solo Division must be registered as a solo participant by July 1st. You can edit your Solo status in your registration information. Entering the Solo Division means you will not have a crew or pacer for the race.
During the Race:
Medical Information - Information on the medical checks we do before and during the race.
Aid Station Page
Printable 100 Mi Aid Stations
Printable 100 Km Aid Stations
with Hard Cut-offs
(Stations are Subject to change)
Race Weekend Schedule
The Vermont 100 has been described as a "100 mile long buffet table". Here's an idea of what we plan to serve at the Vermont 100, subject to change.
For Information about what to bring and how to pack a drop bag.
Sign-up to be a pacer here
Runners request a pacer here
Pacer information here
Printable Pacer Info
Guidelines for all your crew and friends following you through the race. New Handler Directions and guidelines are included in the Runner's Handbook.
NOTE-Handler Directions are different from previous years so you must use the new version.
Non Crew Spectating
Suggested viewing on course for NON-CREW
Extra Meal Tickets
Extra meal tickets for friends, family pacers, etc. can be purchased at our registration site even after you have registered.
Your Bib is Your Meal Ticket!
Other Race Information
Vermont 100 Endurance Ride
YES! You'll be running with horses.
Gas, Ice, Food
Selected snapshots of the racers
Vermont 50 Mountain Bike or Ultra Run