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2015 Peak Ultra

please note that start dates depend on distance

 

What:
Ultra Trail Run – 15, 30, 50, 100, 200, and 500 mile distances.

The 30 milers will do the first 20 miles on the east side of Route 100 finishing their last ten on the west side.  The 50 milers will do the first 40 miles on the east side of Route 100 and then complete their last ten miles on the west side.  The 50 mile course is very scenic but also very demanding. The longer races will all do a rugged 10 mile loop in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Runners will repeat the loops 10, 20, or 50 times. Each loop has 2400 vertical therefore the 30 miler will feature 7,200 elevation change, the 50 miler will feature 12,000 elevation change, 100 miler will feature 24,000 elevation change, 200 miler will feature 48,000 elevation change, and 500 miler will feature 120,000 elevation change.

We’ve added a NEW 15 mile distance!
When:
Race Start Dates
500 Thursday, May 7th
200 Thursday, May 14th
50/100 Saturday, May 16th
30 Saturday, May 16th
15 Saturday, May 16th
The course closes on Sunday, June 1st at 4:00 p.m. for all distances. No exceptions.

 

Lodging:
Amee Farm LodgeTrailside Inn, Swiss Farm. Camping is available on site and at many state parks in the area that offer camping and lots of smaller motels and B & B’s as well.

Rules:
Don’t cut the course. Don’t litter.

Weather:
The weather is always changing, be sure to keep looking at the weather up to the event and be prepared.
Food:
The 500 and 200 are self supported for the ten mile loop.  There will be an aid station set up at the start/finish area.  There will be an aid station added on Saturday when the 100 mile race starts.

NO REFUNDS

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

 info@peak.com