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This classic boasts unbroken scenery. Well marked courses, great food stops and three options, from the 13-mile family friendly loop to the 59-mile with 6000 feet worth of elevation challenge for athletes. Come join the fundraiser for Cross Vermont Trail (connecting neighborhoods, schools and parks with safe, fun trails.)
Join in for two days of 100-mile “century” road bike rides supporting patient services and research at the Norris Cotton Cancer Center. Friday’s ride starts in Hanover and goes through quintessential Vermont. On Saturday, ride the Prouty Century or the new 64-mile metric century hybrid gravel route.
Join the Basin Harbor Club in supporting research for Cystic Fibrosis by entering a 43- or 8-mile bike ride on rolling, challenging terrain, set against the magnificent backdrop of Lake Champlain.
Smugglers’ Mountain Race is a weekend of stout mountain runs at their finest. These are extremely challenging sky-run style mountain races located on the rugged slopes and trails of Smugglers’ Notch Resort, in Mount Mansfield State Forest!
Both races climb to the highest point of land; Madonna Mountain, on the North side of Smugglers’ Notch via steep, unforgiving terrain. Loose rock, mud, slippery slopes and long unrelenting climbs with spectacular views should be expected. The Madonna Mountian Vertical Challenge will be held on August 11 at noon and is a timed 5.5K Sky Run. The Smugglers Mountain Race is a 25K trail run, starting at 9 a.m. on August 11.
|This is a fast out-and-back 13.1 mile (half-marathon) that starts out at the Harriman Dam and mostly follows the old Hoot, Toot & Whistle rail bed along the west side of Harriman Reservoir, the largest body of water entirely within Vermont’s borders. The shores of this scenic lake are undeveloped and unbroken. Amazing views abound, especially as you cross the 215 foot high and 1250 foot long dam.|
|A fun and challenging dirt road bike ride through the scenic landscapes and rugged terrain of Cabot and Peacham, Vermont. All proceeds benefit the Cabot Connects Mentoring program.
FAMILY WALK/RIDE/RUN 10 KM …… 11:00 AM – $20
STURDY 30 KM ……………………………. 10:00 AM – $30
RUGGED 60 KM …………………………….. 9:00 AM – $35
WARPED 100 KM …………………………… 8:00 AM -$40
12 and under – Free
Pre-register at BikeReg.com before September 2nd for best rates
|This certified marathon and half-marathon begin and end near the house where Clarence H. Demar, 7 time Boston Marathon Winner, once lived. This race is an out and back on the west shore of South Hero and Grand Isle; a land of farms, apple orchards and summer cottages. The terrain is flat to rolling and about half dirt road (hard packed and well maintained). The half marathon course is an out and back that finishes at the Folsom School (same as the full marathon).|