On August 9, 2023

The 100 on 100 Relay provides a challenging100-mile, scenic Vermont experience 


Friday and Saturday, Aug. 11-12 at 4:40 a.m.—STOWE—The 100 on 100 Relay race is a team-based distance running event that takes place along scenic route 100. The race offers participants the chance to challenge themselves while enjoying scenery along the course. Each team will be comprised of anywhere between two and six participants. Teams made up of six will have each member run three legs over the 100-mile distance with a total distance per runner of approximately 16.5 miles. 

Starting at the Trapp Family Lodge Bierhall, made famous by the Von Trapp family, the course covers a picturesque 100-mile route along Route 100 from Stowe to Ludlow. Runners will pass through covered bridges, by rolling fields, and through the mountains. Along the way, runners will wind through locations such as the Breadloaf Wilderness, Killington Mountain Resort, and the Ben & Jerry’s Factory Store. The course ends at the Jackson Gore Village at Okemo Ice House.

There is ample parking available at both the start and finish lines of the race. Start line parking is located at the Trapp Family Lodge Bierhall in Stowe, while finish line parking can be found at the Okemo Mountain Icehouse in Ludlow. Each transition area along the course will also have designated team vehicle parking. 

Packet pickup is a crucial step in the preparation for the relay. 

It will take place on Friday, Aug. 11, at the Trapp Family Lodge Bierhall. Packet pickup will also be available on race morning, Saturday, Aug. 12, for teams assigned to the 4:30 a.m. and 5 a.m. start times. However, exceptions can be made under extenuating circumstances.

After completing the challenging 100-mile course there will be a catered buffet courtesy of Okemo Mountain Resort. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available at the after-party.

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