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Howard Center’s 11th Annual Zoe’s Race – August 25
Fill up your water bottles, lace up your sneakers and join the fun at this year’s 11 th
Annual Zoe’s Race. Choose between a 5K walk/run and a 10K run—both begin at
Oakledge Park and offer an out-and-back course along the picturesque Burlington
bike path. Children of all ages can share in the race day excitement by
participating in the FREE Kid’s 1K fun run (t-shirt included). Great food and music!
Fundraising for this event helps local families make their homes accessible and
supports other Howard Center programming. Come out and help Zoe’s Race
make a difference! zoesrace.org
5K and 10K $30 early bird through July 19
5K and 10K $40 July 20 – August 19
5K and 10K $45 race day registration
Before the 25th Annual Brewers Festival at Mount Snow HOPS FOR HOPE 5K features a mountainous Run/Walk. Teams & individuals can register at main.acsevents.org/hopsforhope5k.
Proceeds support the American Cancer Society! The Top Fundraiser will receive: a trophy, a 2019/2020 Season Pass to Mount Snow valued at over $1,000 PLUS prizes from our partners/sponsors and join millions of supporters helping us attack cancer from every angle! All participants will receive a t-shirt.
|Stratton’s new lift serviced mountain biking is now open to the public. Serviced by the American Express six-passenger lift to mid-mountain, the terrain in Phase one will be family-friendly, offering 4.6 miles of beginner, intermediate and advanced trails. Join us on Labor Day Weekend for a grand opening celebration with Red Bull, and other vendors and participate in beginner clinics and enjoy the fun. See Stratton.com for more details.|
|This fun run benefits Second Chance Animal Center and welcomes everyone in the family to a 5k journey traveling around the grounds of Stratton Mountain. Walk, jog, or run, but be sure to bring a leash to ensure the safety of everyone involved. Donation and registration available on Stratton.com.|
|Free non-competitive event for children ages 7-11. Kids ride 2-4 sections of the Green Mountain Stage Race Criterium course on Labor Day. Pre-register your child at GMSR/BikeReg or register at the Richard Tom Foundation tent on St. Paul Street, Burlington (City Hall Park) between 11 a.m. – noon. Two riding groups (7-8 and 9-11) led by adult riders. Post-ride snacks, award medals, and raffle.|
“One of Vermont’s 10 great gravel grinders” – Vermont Sports
The cycling event of the season, featuring scenic landscapes and rugged terrain in Cabot and Peacham, Vermont. All proceeds benefit Cabot Connects Mentoring Program. All rides are supported and mostly on dirt roads. Family Walk/Ride Run 10K ($20), Sturdy 30K ($30), Rugged 60K ($50), and Warped 100K ($75). 12 and under FREE. Family Max rate $75.
Woodbelly Wood Fired Pizza and Jasper Hill cheeses for all. Register at BikeReg.com
The TAM Trek is a trail race and fun run to raise funds for the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM). The Middlebury Area Land Trust started building the TAM in 1989 and it now encircles the village of Middlebury, traveling through Cornwall, Weybridge, and New Haven. It links several hundred acres of town land, MALT conserved properties, schools, and other local landmarks.
Wright Park will be open throughout the event and all participants are encouraged to stay after the run to enjoy refreshments, music, and beverages. Generous prizes from local sponsors will be awarded to the male and female overall winners of the 19-mile and 10K races.
There will be 5 aid stations around the 19-mile course, and the 10K course will go by the Belden Falls aid station twice.
All proceeds from the Annual TAM Trek directly support the maintenance of the TAM. Your entry helps ensure this local gem remains well-maintained and available for public use year-round.
Race donation for 19-miler and 10K:
$45/person through July 1
$50/person through August 31
$55/person after September 1 and on day-of
Race donation for 2 mile fun run:
$25/person for the fun run
Kids 12 and under are free for all events
Race course map: Click here.
Day-of registration begins at 7:00 am.
Questions: Contact MALT at 388-1007 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|A fun event highlighting 3 awesome mountain bike networks in the Woodstock area! Join fellow riders for this enduro-style race featuring a course that begins with a set loop at the Aqueduct Trails, followed by a pedal to the Mt. Peg Trail Network and a loop there, then a pedal to the final destination, the Suicide Six Bike Park, and a final epic up and downhill loop there! Awards and food to follow at the Suicide Six Bike Park.|
|The program will be hosted by our Orvis Endorsed Lodge, the Woodstock Inn & Resort and taught by resident guide, Chandra Anderson at Suicide Six and surrounding waters. Whatever your ability level, Ms. Anderson will guide you through an intensive Two-Day Program that will teach you everything from Fly Fishing basics to more advanced tactics and skills. All Orvis equipment and gear will be provided. |
$449, plus lodgingSign up: email@example.com, 802-457-6661; Lodging: 866-283-4001
New for 2019! Come Climb the Moose at Moosalamoo National Recreation Area in Salisbury, Vermont on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019 (Columbus Day Weekend). Inaugural three-mile uphill trail run, or mountain bike, to Silver Lake trailhead in Goshen. It’s a speed race on a dirt logging road, with a single-track uphill 1/2 mile finish for runners. Bikers start a few minutes ahead of runners. Start and awards ceremony at Branbury State Park on Lake Dunmore. (Camping available.) Register online: www.runreg.com/climb-the-moose
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