Vermont 100 Website Accessibility Statement


The Vermont 100 is committed to putting its best foot forward to create an inclusive online experience, the same way we do our best to create an inclusive race experience.

Website accessibility to the Vermont 100 is about making sure any website visitor of any ability can access or be assisted to access the content on our website the same as any other person. This includes visitors who happen to blind or visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing, those with neurological disorders from natural causes or traumatic brain injury, and others with any type of physical or cognitive processing challenges.

As part of our effort to achieve a more accessible site experience, we try to use big text, bold text, and high-contrast text, clear call to actions, and image alt descriptions wherever possible. Our menu uses dropdown options to help folks more easily locate content; our menu travels with the user in an effort to reduce scrolling to navigate from page to page; we do not have auto-play or looping videos on our website; and our blog posts are organized by categories that can be filtered to help with content searches. All this to say, we are very aware that our site is not by any stretch of the imagination 100% accessible to all and that there is a lot of work to be done on our part to improve every web-goers experience.

If you are having trouble accessing or understanding content on our website, please  email, and we will be more than happy to help you. We also encourage you to reach out if you have ideas about how we can make our website more accessible. Our goal is to create a welcoming and inclusive website experience for all and we welcome your questions, feedback, and advice as we work towards achieving this together. Thank you!

If you have questions concerning this statement, you may contact:

PO Box 139
Killington , VT 05751


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Last updated: 10/25/2023