Flat out (south) and back (north) on South Street.
A 5.7 mile loop course on mostly dirt roads which climbs 450 ft in the first three miles and then gradually descends to the finish.
Certified 5k • 40-Mile Ride • 8-Mile Ride – NEWLY Certified 5k course through Basin Harbor Club – Scenic rides through Addison County along Lake Champlain – Lakeside BBQ Lunch Provided – Stay for the afternoon & enjoy the beach!
Certified (VT13002JK and VT13003JK) 5K and 10K are both out and back on Cochran Road, starting and finishing at Farr Rd., diagonally across the main road from the historic Round Church. The courses are all paved with a few rolling hills.
A scenic trail 5K through the historic granite quarries that have made Barre, VT the granite capital of the world. The trail explores the Barre Town Forest granite quarries on wooded, mostly single track, trails.
Teams of 8 will set up camp, and come together to conquer a series of three trails, in a 2 day, 1 night running relay. Runners will experience trails that’ll send each runner over the river and through the woods (literally) and on single-track trails as sweet as maple syrup.
At this year’s Egg Run participants can choose from a 5K Run, a 5K Walk, or a 10K Run. There will also be a 1K Kids Run for runners 13 and under. The Egg Run has always been a fun event where participants can walk or run at their own pace. The registration fee includes a post-race omelet cooked to order! Named in 2014 by Active.com as one of the Top 10 Family races in the country!
Proceeds benefit the Fairfax Community Center Renovation Project, bringing families together to work, play and grow!
Kingdom Run (half marathon, 10K & 5K) combines a competitive athletic event with the old-fashioned hospitality and charm of a small town in rural Vermont. Kingdom Run is an out & back race on scenic dirt roads in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. 5K & 10K walkers are welcome. A complimentary munchies buffet is topped off with blueberry sundaes. Prizes for winners in six age categories. Registration opens at 7:15AM on Irasburg Common. 8:30AM: half marathon runners and all walkers start. 9:00AM: 5K & 10K runners start. For more information and to pre-register on-line go to our website at https://www.kingdomrun.org
Certified (VT13006JK) point to point course has sweeping views of the Green Mountains and is entirely on bike path. Start is off Dorset Street on Holbrook Road (near VT. National Country Club) and then follows the South Burlington bike path network along Dorset, Swift, Farrell and the Burlington Country Club finishing at Gutterson Field House.
“Rugged, remote, beautiful – these are the trails in Groton State Forest. Join us for this new trail event, aimed at bringing you back to the forest and providing you with an unrivaled running experience. Runners can choose from either a 26.5 mile course or a 15.2 mile course that are both technical, challenging and gorgeous.
Both courses are a mix of Hiking Trail: which is generally technical single track, Multi-use Trail: open to bikers and horses – mixed single and double track and Dirt Road: forest/park road, rail trail, and town roads. They were both designed to feature some of the best trails and most interesting spots of the northern end of Groton State Forest with as little overlap as possible.”
5K entirely on dirt trails through the wooded Red Rocks Park. The course is gently rolling with a couple overlooks of Lake Champlain. Examining the map below – runners race the left loop, then the right loop and then do the left loop again before heading back to the finish. Excellent footing.
Rolling 4 mile dirt road course looping counter-clockwise around Adamant’s Sodom Pond.
Certified (VT15002JK) 30K (18.64 miles) through the scenic farm country between the historic Essex Center and Westford Common. Start at Essex Center and head to Bowmans Corners via Towers and Chapin. Then head out Old Stage to Manley and then Maple Tree. Take Brookside to the Westford Common. Turn around at the Common and come back to Bowmans Corners via Brookside, Phelps, and Woods Hollow. Retrace the first 4.5 miles down Chapin and Towers back to the Essex Center Common.
The TAM Trek is a trail race and fun run to raise money for the Trail Around Middlebury (TAM) in Middlebury, VT. This trail, a footpath over 18 miles long, encircles the village of Middlebury and links several hundred acres of town land, conserved properties, schools, and other local landmarks. All distances start and finish at Wright Park in Middlebury, Vermont.
The 2 mile fun run is family-friendly and includes walkers and runners alike. The course follows Otter Creek and is entirely on trail. It highlights the best parts of Wright Park and is popular for families with young children and those who enjoy walking. We welcome dogs! YOUTH AGES 12 AND UNDER ARE FREE.
The 19 mile race course travels through the towns of Middlebury, Cornwall, and Weybridge, VT. The trail is scenic, rolling, and includes incredible views of the Green Mountains to the east and the Adirondacks to the west.
The 10K course is entirely on single-track trail through Wright Park and the Otter Creek Gorge Loop (trail maps available at www.maltvt.org), with around 400 feet of elevation gain and several slightly technical sections.
Presented by the Friends of the Platt Memorial Library, The Orchard Run is kicking off Shoreham’s Apple Fest making it a great day out for the whole family! Lunch will be available — at a discounted rate for runners — as well as a farmers’ market, our annual Apple Pie Contest, kids activities, cider garden and live music. Apple Fest starts immediately after the race and runs from noon to 4 PM.
There will be a 5k and 10k run/walk on the morning of Apple Fest starting in front of the Elementary School at 130 School Road.
All are welcome and after the run there will be all the fun of Apple Fest to stay and enjoy. Come savor the beauty of the apple orchard countryside of Shoreham, Vermont on this great loop course!
This will not be an officially timed race though there will be a large clock at the finish for you to time yourself. Prizes will be awarded. All proceeds go towards the Platt Memorial Library.
Join RunVermont for the Fifth 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.
Sunday, September 23, 2018
Snow Farm Vineyard, South Hero VT
• 9:00-9:45am: Packet pickup
• 10:00am: Start
• Early Bird Pre-registration Fee: $42 (March 9 – June 30)
• Rate Increase on July 1
• On-Line Registration closes at 11:59 on Thursday, September 20 or when the event reaches capacity.
Two wine samples for age-eligible runners.
Free Race Photography for all runners.
Packet Pick up will be at SKIRACK, located at 85 Main Street, Burlington, VT.
Days/Dates and Times: Thursday, September 20, 10-7, Friday, September, 21 10-7 and Saturday, September 22, 10am-5pm
Race Day packet-pick-up is at Snow Farm Vineyard from 9 – 9:45.
5k, 10k, & Half-Marathon
Nestled against the Green Mountains, just below Rattlesnake Point is Branbury State Park. The lake region is a most spectacular and pristine place to run. Novice and advanced athletes alike marvel the beauty of our courses and enjoy the mountains, lakes and streams of Central Vermont.
New Hampshire’s best kept secret for 26 years… is the New Hampshire Marathon! Come experience the natural beauty of NH in a small, friendly and community oriented event. We have events for every age, ability and goals. Full marathon, half marathon, 10K and a kids’ marathon event that ends with its final one mile on race day.
The mission of the NH Marathon is to promote a world class running event and to support area child-centered organizations. The event features a course around Newfound Lake during our most spectacular season, peak foliage. For the past few years, the NH Marathon has attracted runners from 45 states and 10 countries.
The Vermont Craft Beer Half Marathon is a timed race through historic St. Albans, VT and the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail followed by a Harvest Festival & Craft Beer Tasting featuring farmers market vendors, food trucks, and over ten craft breweries!
The Vermont Brewers Half Marathon benefits Northwestern Medical Center’s Veteran Valet, a free-of-of charge valet program, assisting patients and visitors around the hospital campus. NMC’s Veterans Sponsored Valet Service is staffed by Veterans and other local volunteers, and helps with the parking personal vehicles as well as offering transportation in a six-passenger enclosed electric vehicle. Visitors who park in NMC lots can get a ride to the main entrance, or to other on-campus buildings such as the Cobblestone Health Commons.
Tickets for Post-race Harvest Festival & Craft Beer Tasting only are also available!
The half marathon course takes runners through Waterbury, up Perry Hill for spectacular “leaf peeper” views, down a paved out and back, over the scenic Waterbury Community Path, along a single track dirt path, and back into Waterbury. The 5K course is an out and back partially up Perry Hill before returning to the start. Half marathon is 75% paved and 25% dirt; 5K is entirely paved. See website for course map. USATF Certificate #VT12006JK.
Certified (VT13007JK) 10K out and back through Charlotte. This fast course is a mix of dirt and paved roads and has pleasant scenery – apple orchards, views along Lake Champlain, and the covered bridge at the turn around point. The start and finish is at Shelburne beach and proceeds along Bostwick, Orchard, and Lake roads. Water stops are at 2 and 4 miles.
The certified (VT15006JK and VT15005JK) marathon and half-marathon begin and end near the house where Clarence H. Demar, 7 time Boston Marathon Winner, once lived. It is 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).
Certified (VT05002RF) 5K on the UVM women’s cross-country course. Great footing (not counting snow or ice) on cinder/paved path and grass. Some single track. No pets, headphones, strollers or bicycles allowed on the course. Walkers welcome. Walkers and slower runners please line up towards the back for safety at the crowded start.