Saturday, May 11, 2024 @ 6:00 AM

Riverlands 100

Center Bridge Road

Turner, ME 100 Miler, 100 Mile 5 Person Relay

This Event Took Place Sat. May 11, 2024

Course Description

After a hard winter in Maine, we are itching to run long again on muddy and dirty snow-free trails. And because what’s better than a race to look forward to, we devised a way to get our fix every May. Welcome to Maine’s first and only 100 mile trail race, the Riverlands 100! Solo runners will do 4 laps of a beautiful 25-mile out-and-back trail at the Androscoggin Riverlands State Park in Turner, ME. The course is just over half ATV trail that has a little of everything: river views of the Androscoggin (listen for loons!), dense forest, ups and downs, rocks and roots and hopefully some good mud. The rest is sweet single track, the best Maine offers. Our race is difficult, much more than the elevation profile would indicate. There is really no stretch where you can relax. That said, an experienced utrarunner can turn in a fast time. And first time 100 milers who finish can feel confident taking on any 100.

Thinking of making it a party? Register for the relay! Teams have 5 members. Each relay runner must complete a 20-mile section. The relay teams are on the ATV trail for 80% of their 20 mile leg, with 20% single track. We have had some 4 person teams where one runner did two legs. This works, too! The Riverlands 100 is a trail race put on by experienced trail runners for people who like to push their limits. Come join us!

Aid stations are at each end of the out and back and another near the middle. Drop bags may be left at each aid station. Check out our website for more detailed information. Also be sure to like our FaceBook page; there are lots of updates and we welcome each registrant!.

Riverlands 100: Solo division
Start: 6:00 AM
Cut-off: 32 hours

Riverlands 100: 5 person relay team
Start: 6:00 AM
Cut-off: 32 hours

Sorry, no refunds for relay teams. See Wait List for details about solo refunds.

The race start and finish will be at:
Androscoggin Riverlands State Park, entrance off Center Bridge Road, Turner, ME
Travel Route 117 east from Turner about 2 miles, turning right at a fork just before a four-way intersection. Continue onto Center Bridge Road and proceed another 2 miles to the parking lot on right just before the Turner boat launch.

Make sure to check out our website; it has all the info!!

Wait List

We have a wait list for THE SOLO RACE ONLY in anticipation of filling early! If you have to drop after registering, we will refund your money IF we are able to fill your spot from the wait list. There will be no changes to the roster after April 25th, so no refunds/entries after that date. As always, no transfers or deferrals (Well, 2020 proved there are always exceptions. If the COVID19 situation makes the race impossible again, we will allow for deferrals and offer refunds (75% of registration) for those who can't defer). You have 48 hours to accept or decline once we invite you to the race. If you do not respond in that time, you will be removed from the list and we will invite the next runner. For more details about the waitlist, go to our website

Event's current local time: 12:00 PM ET


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