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|The annual Berkshire Highlands Pentathlon features many of the best outdoor adventures in our area, and can be done solo or as a team. The five events – a 4.2 mile road/trail run, a 16 mile cycling leg, 2 mile kayak, a 2 mile obstacle run, a mile hike to the top of the mountain and a downhill ski to the finish – can only happen on the same day at the turn of the seasons. It may be a bit cold for road biking and kayaking and a bit warm for skiing, but where else can you do it all the same day?|
|A challenging double-century, first ridden in 1984, the 100/200 (a.k.a. 200-on-100) spans Vermont, north to south, following scenic Route 100. The first 100 miles roll by fairly quickly, but save your reserves, as the big climbs kick in during the second half of the ride, culminating in the 12-mile Mt. Snow climb. When you finish, you’ll truly understand why so many cyclists say “Vermont ain’t flat!” Join us for this annual Vermont classic.|
Hunger is a real problem in Vermont, where one in four people struggle to find
adequate food. The good news is that you can help.
Get on your bike or pull on your running shoes and register for this year’s Point
to Point, powered by VSECU—a riding and running event that raises funds and
awareness for the Vermont Foodbank’s mission to end hunger in Vermont.
The Point to Point includes Century, Half-Century, 25-mile road rides, a 40-mile gravel and a Half- Marathon Run.