PACERS & CREWS
Runners may have pacers after their second pass through aid station Camp 10 Bear.
Camp 10 Bear second pass is ~mile 70 for the 100-mile runners, and ~mile 32 for the 100-km runners.
Crews may assist their runners at the crew aid stations.
Some runners don’t have the ability to travel with pacers, so they rely on the generosity of strangers to pace them.
Please submit your info here if you are a runner who is looking to pace a VT100 participant.
Please submit your information here if you would like the VT100 to help you find a pacer. We’ll do our best to find you someone.
Solo runners do not use a crew or pacers along the way, relying only on drop bags and aid stations (as well as their fellow competitors) for support.
The Runner’s Handbook includes further information on this, including solo running rules.
- START/FINISH/REGISTRATION – directions to Silver Hill Meadow start/finish/registration of the VT100 can be found HERE (Google Doc) and HERE (Google Maps).
- CREW AID STATIONS – directions to all aid stations, including crew-accessible aid station on the course, can be found in the Runner’s Handbook.
Crews MUST follow the driving directions provided. Our race permits specify that certain roadways are off-limits to race traffic.
NOTE: GPS often directs vehicles down impassible Class IV Roadways, but the provided VT100 directions avoid these roadways.
Visit the VT100 Course & Directions page to access more information on this topic.
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VERMONT 100 ENDURANCE RUN
VT Adaptive Ski & Sport Headquarters
Attention: Amy Rusiecki
PO Box 139 Killington, VT 05751