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Peak Snowshoe Race Pittsfield, Vermont

photo Cronin Hill – 2007 Peak Snowshoe Race

Peak 2015 Snowshoe Championship

March 7th 2015

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL RATE 2 WEEKS ONLY (the number of discounted registrations is limited)

What:
Ultra Snowshoe Race – 100 miles and Snowshoe Marathon, 1/2 Marathon, and 6 Mile Option.   The course will be a rugged 6.5 mile loop in the Green Mountains of Vermont.  Each loop has 1200 vertical.

The snowshoe marathon is the National Snowshoe Championship, there will be a prize purse.

When:
100 mile race starts Friday, March 6th at 5 a.m. and has a 34 hour cut off.  All other distances start Saturday, March 7th at 8 a.m.  Course closes at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, March 1st for all distances. No exceptions.

Lodging:
Amee Farm, Trailside Lodge, Swiss Farm. Camping is available 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:
It’s Vermont in March. Please watch the weather leading up to the race and plan accordingly.  Expect cold temps.

Food:
We will have a checkpoint at the top of the mountain with minimal aid and we’ll do the same at the start/finish.  We will have something warm at each aid station and something warm when you finish.  If there is anything particular that you like please bring it.

DROP BAGS:
We will have a tent set up and you can leave bags with food and clothes at the start/finish.

PARKING:
We have parking at Riverside Farm on Tweed River Road just off route 100.  There will be Event Parking signs and a designated parking area.  Please park in designated areas.  You may be towed if you are parked illegally.

Schwag and Awards:
Shirts, hats, cool finishers awards.
Directions:

Pittsfield is on route 100 North of Killington.

QUESTIONS:
Contact info@peak.com

NO REFUNDS