Join RunVermont for the sixth annual Island Vines 10k at Snow Farm Vineyard in South Hero, Vermont. Enjoy a taste of the Lake Champlain Islands. Run the scenic 10k then enjoy wines from Snow Farm Vineyard and other local fare.
Date and Time
Sunday, September 22, 2019
10:30am (new start time for 2019)
Snow Farm Vineyard, South Hero, VT
2019 Information anticipated in March 2019. 2018 Info available for reference.
9:00-9:45am: Packet pickup and Race Day Registration
$42 + transaction fee (March 9, 2018 – July 8, 2018)
$47 + transaction fee July 9, 2018- close)
Packet Pick up will be at SKIRACK, located at 85 Main Street, Burlington, VT.
Thursday, September 20, 10:00am-7:00pm
Friday, September 21, 10:00am-7:00pm
Saturday, September 22, 10:00am-5:00pm
Race Day packet-pick-up is at Snow Farm Vineyard from 9:00am – 9:45am.
Island Vines will take place in any reasonable weather. If the course or conditions are deemed unsafe by race officials or the town’s safety officials, the event may be modified or canceled. There are no refunds. For last minute changes or information on the status of this event, please go to our Facebook page or the top of this race page.
The 10k course is a loop; the race starts and finishes by the Snow Farm Vineyard.
You must complete the course in 80 minutes or less.
Join our fantastic volunteer team and help with a variety of tasks such as parking, bib pick-up, food, course control, and water stations. Support our runners and click here to check out our volunteer opportunities. Island Vines volunteer registration expected summer 2019.
Looking for a new challenge in 2019? Run the RunVermont Grand Prix Race Series!
New this year! You can run four races and volunteer at one instead of running all five races.
Complete the 2019 Grand Prix to receive a one of a kind RunVermont Grand Prix Jacket.
More Info Here
Island Vines 10k Here
A portion of race proceeds go to C.I.D.E.R and RunVermont Youth Programming, serving over 1,000 on Vermont Communities C.I.D.E.R.’s mission is to develop and foster resources that enable the people of Grand Isle County, Vermont to live in their community with dignity. C.I.D.E.R. accomplishes this by providing direct services and collaborating with other individuals and groups. C.I.D.E.R. feels a special responsibility to elders and persons with disabilities.