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Peak 2017 Snowshoe Race

March 10th & 11th 2017


Ultra Snowshoe Race

  • 100 miles
  • Snowshoe Marathon
  • 1/2 Marathon
  • 10k

The course will be a rugged 6.5 mile loop in the Green Mountains of Vermont.  Each loop has 1200 vertical.


Training, Nutrition, Gear and more for the 100

Training, Layers, Training Naked and more

From Novice to Snowshoe 1/2 Marathon

Start Times and Cutoff Times:

100 Mile Start Time Friday, March 10th 6 am start
Course closes for 100-mile racers Sunday, March 12th at noon.


Marathon Start Time Saturday, March 11th 6 am
Marathon Cutoff – last lap must be started by 1:00 pm Saturday
Marathon Course close 4 pm Saturday


Half Marathon Start Time Saturday, March 11th 8 am
Half Marathon Cutoff – last lap must be started by 1:00 pm Saturday
Half Marathon Course close 4 pm Saturday


10k Start Time Saturday, March 11th 10 am
10k Course close 4 pm Saturday

2017 Course Description from our trail guru Matt:

Starts with a steep slog paralleling several lengthy flights of stone steps before traversing up the Rabbit Hole and through a cavernous stand of spruce. It then cuts up an ancient forest road cutting through several Green Trail Switchbacks before winding through La Gran Aventura which climbs to a plateau atop South Hill. It follows a sinuous path through aptly named Labyrinth before emerging  onto a isolated stone hut with panoramic views of the Green Mountains, a short respite before abruptly dropping into the technical terrain of Devil’s Throat followed by simultaneous elevator chutes.  A narrow and at times gnarly route traverses the backside of the mountain in the form of Bubba Trail. The course re-crosses the ravine returning via Riverside Run, Crazy Mazie and Muddy’s Hut.

Amee Farm, Trailside Inn, 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. Snowshoes mandatory.

Sorry, no dogs.

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

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.


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