This event has been postponed from Feb 05, 2021 to March 13, 2021.
Friday, March 12, 2021
6:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Mar 13) | 100 Mile Winter Ultra -Postponed to 2022
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM (Mar 13)) Postponed to 2022 | 100K
Saturday, March 13, 2021 Postponed to 2022
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM | Snowshoe Marathon
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM | Snowshoe Half-Marathon
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM | Snowshoe 10K
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM | 5K
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM Postponed to 2022 | 1/2 Mile Kids Postponed to 2022
Snow Devil Snowshoe Race
Peak Races, born in the mountains of Vermont, has a race distance for everyone! From the kids to the most experienced ultra tested athletes.
Go Beyond Your Limits!
The course climbs somewhat steeply at first past the trailside oasis, Muddy’s Hut, and through the switchbacks of Noodles Trail before leveling out up the Rabbit Hole. The trail then snakes through some narrow, and technical at times, terrain with the premier of Yonder Trail before opening up onto a forest road midway up La Gran Aventura. The thousand-foot three-mile climb ends through a dense, dark spruce forest aptly called the Labyrinth leading to incredible panoramic Green Mountain views at Shrek’s Stone Hut at the top of the trails. The course corkscrews down Wrong Way Trail single track with a couple of fun descents down some brief, snowy chutes before traversing the backside of the mountain on Bubba Trail through beautiful mixed hardwood forests. Fuster’s Ravine crossing will mark the home stretch with the course opening up onto double track Riverside Run and back to the start/finish. The loop totals approximately 6.5 miles with about 1500 feet of elevation change.
Visit www.gmtrails.org to view a map of the trails you will be racing.
No littering! Help us keep our trails and wilderness areas clean! We will provide trash bins throughout the course.
Snow Shoes are recommended if there is more than 4 inches of snow. Proper trail shoes and winter spikes are acceptable depending on the conditions. Winter conditions are always unpredictable in the Green Mountains!
Headlamps required! All participants must bring a headlamp. Tree cover makes the trails become dark before sunset. Please bring a headlamp to ensure that you are safe out on the course.
Be courteous of your fellow runners! We want to have fun out there. Step aside and let runners pass if they moving faster than you. Encourage each other, we’re all in this together!
Vermont in March can have unpredictable weather. Expect deep snow conditions and cold temperature AND/OR snow-slush and sunshine/rain. Please watch the weather leading up to the race and plan accordingly.
Amee Farm, Trailside Inn, Swiss Farm. Several hotels, motels, and Inns in surrounding towns such as Killington and Rutland. Winter camping is available at many state parks in the area.
Local time: 7:47 PM
Only a 2 hour drive from Burlington!