About our race
Questions? PLEASE CONTACT BILL CONLEY AT firstname.lastname@example.org
Local time: 1:45 AM
Come celebrate 5 years with us Saturday May 18th, 2019 at the Manchester to Monadnock Ultramarathon. It is a grueling, point-to-point test of endurance as you will run a total of 55 miles and cover approximately 6000+ feet of gain!
The course winds its way over roads (60%), dirt roads (20%) and trail (20%) as you travel through Manchester, Goffstown, New Boston, Greenfield, Peterborough, Dublin and Jaffrey.
Upon arriving at the Pumpelly Trailhead at Dublin Lake, you will cap off this race by heading up to the summit via the Pumpelly Trail and then descending via White Arrow and Parker Trail with the finish in the State Park off of Poole Reservoir.
The race will start at 4:00am and we provide a generous cutoff of 4:00pm at the Pumpelly Trailhead (mile 45) offering 5 well stocked aid stations every 10 miles. Runners may also provide well labeled, reasonably sized drop bags at each of the aid stations. We are capped at 50 runners so be sure to sign up early!!
Look forward to seeing you!
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"Unbelievable race!! Great job Bill and Darby. Your crew of volunteers were amazing! Can't wait for you to open up registration for next year!!" - Nate Brown
"A very big and warm hug and thank YOU to the entire Conley family, including Darby, Bill's mother, Darby's mother (I made it a point to meet both of you), and ALL of the incredible volunteers. I think I personally thanked each and every one of you, but if I somehow missed you, please know that YOU are the reason we were able to do what we did. Thank you for being out there. Thank you for your energy. Thank you for supporting Bill and his crazy idea of a race. And thank you for caring so deeply about all of us runners. You made this possible, and for that you will forever be in my memory for the experience had." - Thor Kirleis
"Thank you for the humbling experience. Pretty happy to share that Manchester to Monadnock Ultramarathon by Just Keep Running, LLC really kicked my ass! The full gamut of terrain was pretty awesome. Something for everyone! From road to rail trail on to tecnical steep singltrack climbs then back to dirts roads wandering rolling back hills. I grossly underestimated and paid the price after just 30 miles. Very grateful to have been a part of it and am really looking forward to another shot next year. I'd urge anyone up for a 50+ mile challenge to check this out. It is not your typical "road race" to be taken lightly. Thank you Bill for the challenge!" - John Beliveau