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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)

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.

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.

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.

Don’t cut the course. Don’t litter.

It’s Vermont in March. Please watch the weather leading up to the race and plan accordingly.  Expect cold temps.

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.

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

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.

Pittsfield is on route 100 North of Killington.