Weekly Races in 2020
Given the ever changing environment we are confronted with, our races are taking on a different format this year. Our goal is to offer a unique experience that encourages participation in a season long series where individuals can challenge themselves while being part of friendly competition.
Just as in previous years we will offer both a trail running series and a mountain bike series. You can sign or for one or both series! Awards at the end of the season are based on participation…the more races you do the better. Please note, this year there will not be a ‘single race’ entry option. In an effort to discourage travel from other areas we are only selling the series option at this point. We will continue to follow the guidelines put out by the CDC and the VT Dept of Health as the season continues.
Here’s what it looks like:
- Purchase the Race Series Here
- You will be emailed the Registration Form and Race Result Submission link
- Each week we will announce the course Sunday afternoon.
- You choose when to complete the course
- Enter your results on the ‘Submission’ link by 9pm on Thursday
- We will post results!
- The race series will run for 16 weeks-first official week June 8.
As a racer, you can choose the timing app that works best for you! Some of the more popular ones include: Strava, RunKeeper, Endomondo, GoogleFit and MapMyFitness.
The Race Courses
Black Arrows on White (GooseHill Side) – the start is at the bottom of the hill and the finish is up near the top.
Red Arrows on Black – the start is in the middle of venue going towards the corner parking lot (where the gate is)
Yellow Arrows on Green – the start is in the middle of the venue by the fireplace and going into the Night Trails
The race course each week will be announced Sunday night on our website and Facebook page. You may also check ‘The Hub’ in the parking lot where a sign of the course arrow is posted by the window. Runners can choose between a 2.5k , 5k , or a 10k (10k runners will have to do two laps) for the season. Bikers can choose between a 2.5k and 1 to 4 laps. * Distances are approximate and vary on each course, year to year.