Registration opens the first Monday in December at 7 pm ET.
Registration is by first-come, first-serve, NOT a lottery system.
Yes, we have a Google map set up for you:
Sorry, no. It is a first-come, first-serve registration process, nothing more.
a.Transfer my registration to another person? Sorry, No
b.Get a refund? Sorry No
c.Defer my entry to the following year? Sorry No
d.Let someone else run with my bib? Sorry, No
We do not have a wait list.
If you Didn’t Get In… Please consider running with an official CBHM Non-Profit Partners. Learn more.
Finish Line Questions
Yes, but you have to be there yourself to get the t-shirt. We don’t mail t-shirts and we will hand just one t-shirt to each runner.
YES and top three men and women overall and age groups get special prizes.
yes, we have a huge tent with food to aid in your post race recovery.
Yes, we have Harpoon beer . Please bring proper ID to be served.
Race Start Questions
Yes, but you must be dropped off no later than 7:15 am at the start area at Suicide Six.
The system we have in place has been developed and proven over 24 years to work very well. It ain’t broke, we ain’t fixin’ it.
This is a running race. We provide support on the course in the form of water, traffic control and first aid for those maintaining up to a 13 minute/mile pace.
I have friends and family who want to cheer me on. What is a good place for them to watch the race? Can they meet me at the finish?
The two best places to watch runners are the Village of Woodstock and at the Finish Line. There will be no spectator parking in Taftsville. Spectator parking is very convenient to the Finish Line at the Polo Field. Spectators-if you want to see your runner at the finish line, you must be parked before 10 a.m. on race morning in the designated parking area. Volunteers will direct you. PRINT a parking map
Bikes are prohibited from the course for safety and fairness issues.
There are plenty of aid stations and the Green Mountain Bike Patrol will be on course to assist you if you need help.
The USATF rules and insurance provider prohibit the use of radios, mp3 players and the like.
Plus, we want you to enjoy the sounds of the race, including”our Bands on the Run!”
The rules prohibit baby joggers out of safety concerns among other issues.
If you are out of babysitting options, we reluctantly permit them but they must start at the very back of the pack and not advance through the bulk of runners until the pack stretches out around mile 5.
There were a number of close calls in the 2018 race.
Safety is our greatest concern. Strollers must start at the very back of the race or you will DNF.
I am affiliated with a charity that is not on your list. Can I raise money and run in the race just the same?
As long as you register for the race through the normal process, raise money to your heart’s content.
Use this link for our map to parking locations.
The race is point-to-point, so runners will be bused to the Start.
Bus Pick up is located between the Quechee Gorge Village Lot and the Quality Inn. Only RUNNERS on buses please.
The first bus leaves at 5:45am. Buses run CONTINUOUSLY until 7 a.m. The last bus leaves at 7:00am.
Report to the Parking Area no later than 6:45 AM (please see map).
There is absolutely NO PARKING at the Start area (drop-off’s before 7:15 am are OK, follow signs to Suicide Six ski area from Woodstock)
Yes, in fact we encourage it.
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Spectators park near the finish line in the field just off Deweys Mills RD. There will be signs and volunteers directing you to parking.
You must be parked before 10 am as we will close the road and the lot.
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The Woodstock Chamber of Commerce puts on a wonder meal for you, your family and friends the night before our race.
Dinner is prepared by the Woodstock Inn and local restaurants.
Cost is $20 per person, $10 children. No refunds after May 1, 2021.
It is a real community food event—with Woodstock’s finest food establishments making sauces and donating many food products and local service volunteers from Change the World Kids and other local groups all pitching in to make the event a success.
Directions to Suicide Six Ski Area
Yes, there will be rolling road closures in Pomfret and Woodstock in the early morning hours on race Sunday.
Quechee Main Street will be closed from Rte 4 down to the Quechee Covered Bridge starting at about 9:45 am.
Volunteers and local law enforcement work together to minimize delays and keep runners safe and traffic flowing smoothly.
The following road closings and detours are planned for race day:
Race Start: 8:15 a.m. Suicide Six, South Pomfret.
Stage Road: North of Suicide Six to Teago Store: 7:50 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Pomfret Road: Teago Store to Route 12. 7:50 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Route 12: Intersection with Stage Road into Woodstock Village. 8:15 a.m. – 9:15 a.m.
Woodstock Village: River Street, Mountain Avenue, Elm Street: 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.Route 4 will remain open.River Road: Route 12 to Taftsville Bridge: 8:40 a.m. – 10 a.m.Taftsville Covered Bridge: Closed to traffic from 9 a.m. – 10 a.m.Quechee Club House Road: Closed to westbound traffic, open to eastbound traffic. Upper High Pastures Road to Quechee Village.Quechee Main Street: Alternating one-way traffic controlled by Hartford Police and Windsor County Sheriff, from Quechee bridge to post-office. 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.Closed from Old Quechee Road to Polo Field. 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.Alternate routes: Route 12 – take Prosper Road to Route 4, head east and continue to Route 12 south in Taftsville; Quechee Main Street including Quechee Club via Woodstock, River Road and High Pastures.
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