October 25th, 2020
Due to the current COVID-19 situation here in NH we have made the early decision, in a forward thinking manner, to postpone the event to Sunday, October 25, 2020. An email has been sent to all pre-registered (as of 4/6/20) participants. We have, and have always had, a very generous refund policy and now isn’t any different. Any pre-registered participant who cannot make the rescheduled date has been offered a refund. No questions asked. Stay safe and stay well. ~Chris J. Dunn, Owner & Founder
REGISTRATION OPENS JANUARY 1
Two Laps Up/Down
~6.2 Miles Total Distance
Race Directors: Chris J. Dunn & Paul Kirsch
Bib Pick-Up: June 1st 3-5:30 PM at Tuckerman Brewing Company
Race Day Morning: Arlberg Children’s Center at Cranmore Mountain – 7:30am-8:30am
Race Start: One Lap Race: 8:00am, Two Lap Race: 9:00am
No Transfers. Refunds up to October 18, 2020.
The course will be a two lap up and down format. Most of the course will mirror what was done for the 2017 US Mountain Running Championship Course, with about 2400 feet of elevation gain and descent. The course consists of grass ski slope, cat-track service road and some amazing singletrack.
As with every year since 2004, we’ll make a few adjustments to the course because we change the course every year! Those adjustments will happen after the snow mostly leaves the mountain.
What you see in the video below is pretty much what you will be running on, with a few tweaks.
If you are a member of the military (active, retired, spouse), a service profession (police, fire, rescue) or an educator, please use the code "Hero2020" for $5 off your entry fee as a thank you for your service.
Photography & Video
Commercial photography and/or videography at our events is strictly prohibited unless advanced permission has been granted. Please contact the Race Director for further information. The use of drones at our events is prohibited. Spectators wishing to take photos or videos must remain off the course at all times.
Questions? Interested in becoming a member or sponsor? We'd love to hear from you.