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.


Thank You All For Volunteering

This year you can also sign up for specific duties!

Finish Line Tent 
Friday Duties 
Saturday Duties 
Monday Duties 
Sunday Duties 
Thursday Duties 
Shuttle Drivers 

Our T-shirt order goes in May15th. 

In order to guarantee your volunteer shirt size - you need to sign up by May 15th.  We do our best to get enough shirts (and the correct sizes) for everyone, however the order goes in to the company on May register to volunteer now so you can ensure you get the correct shirt size!

To be updated for 2017:
From the Volunteer Coordinators
We have a few updates before race day:
  • Please remember that this our first year to be a "mostly" cup-less race. Aid Stations will not get cups unless they are a later station. The cups are to be used for hot fluids only. Each station will be given a few extra pitchers so they can refill runners reusable cups or water bottles
  • Camping spots are still available at the Start/Finish
  • If you have not received a volunteer assignment please contact us asap
  • If you have received a volunteer assignment but would like to do more, please contact us with your available days
  • Remember to download and read the volunteer handbook from our website
Any other questions send out way and we'll do our best to answer asap.
Thank you for all you do! Looking forward to race day!
Thank you!
Colleen Keenan and Carolyn Stocker

Vermont 100 Volunteer Coordinators 2016

We need lots of volunteers to help make this the great event that it is. We need over 200 volunteers to pull this off, so we need lots of help. We could use help from people starting Thursday before through Monday after the race.

2016 Volunteer Handbook (Look it over, download it to your cell phone or tablet)

 Aid Station Info

(with hard Cut-off times) (Stations are Subject to change)

Whether you're available the entire weekend, only a couple hours or somewhere in between, your help will be appreciated. You'll get to work with lots of great people who share your enthusiasm for outdoor sports.

Volunteer opportunities include:
Packing food boxes days before the race
Setting up aid stations (Friday night)
Setting up the start/finish (Thursday, Friday)
Serving food and good cheer at aid stations (Sat. through Sun am)
Checking the runners in at the finish (Sat. pm through Sun. am)
Cleaning up after the awards ceremony (Sun pm)
Amateur radio operators (Sat. a.m. through Sun. am)

Please sign up today on our handy web form, or contact our volunteer coordinator, at:

Please Check out our
Our Volunteer Recognition Awards

A note from the Volunteer Coordinators, July 20, 2016
WOW! What an amazing weekend! Thank you for all your wonderful support and making the VT100 such a successful race. It was a pleasure to meet all of you and to hear so many great things from runners about how well aid stations were staffed and how friendly and helpful all the volunteers were.
This race would never be what it is without all of your hard work. Thanks again and we hope you have a wonderful rest of your summer! Looking forward to seeing you next year!

Thanks for all that you do! You rock!

Thank you!
Colleen Keenan and Carolyn Stocker
Vermont 100 Volunteer Coordinators 2016