Course Map

Course Overview

The course is a stunning, challenging tour of Stowe’s beautiful countryside, starting at Stowe Land Trust’s Mayo Farm Event Fields before turning left on to West Hill Road. Winding up and past some of Vermont’s most beautiful Autumn vistas, at Mile 7 the course joins the Stowe Bike Path for the final 3 miles of pedestrian-only traffic, crossing the West Branch River and finally returning to Mayo Farm.

Course Details


The Vermont 10 Miler course is in the heart of the Green Mountains. With a total elevation gain of more than 800 feet, runners and walkers should be prepared for some challenging hills on the first half of the course before a downhill and flat second half to the course.

Prohibited Items

We do not allow the following on the course: unregistered runners, pets, baby joggers, strollers, any wheeled vehicles other than wheelchairs (In accordance with USATF guidelines, wheelchair athletes must wear helmets).

Time Limits

Registered runners and walkers are welcome to enjoy the Vermont 10 Miler, however, the course will close on a continuous pace of 16:00 minutes per mile. Anyone who cannot maintain the 16:00 minute per mile pace must move to the sidewalk as the course closes to allow regular traffic through. Runner services cannot be guaranteed for participants beyond the 16:00 minute per mile pace.

Extreme Weather

There is always the potential for extreme or severe weather conditions. Race organizers will do as much as we can to ensure the experience is as safe as possible. In the event of severe weather like snow or thunderstorms, the race may be delayed as race officials consult public safety officers. If there is more than a short delay, if conditions persist, or the forecast calls for extreme weather, race officials reserve the right to alter or cancel the race.

Entry fees are non-refundable. Please check the website, our Facebook page and your email before the race for any changes or cancellations.


Parking will be available onsite in the Mayo Farm Fields, walking distance to both the start and finish.

Aid Stations

Water and Gatorade will be available every two miles at four aid stations.


The Vermont 10 Miler is a rural course with limited shoulder space on the side of the road, presenting challenges on toilet placement. There will be restrooms at every spot possible; at miles 1.8, 4.5, 7.0, 7.9.

10 Miler Series

Earn extra bling (and bragging rights) by joining us for the New England 10 Miler Series! Runners who complete all three races will receive an exclusive New England 10 Miler Series Medal and shirt, as well as recognition upon completion. The 2022 series consists of three events, starting in Portland, Maine on April 24th then Newport, Rhode Island on June 5th, , and finally Stowe, Vermont on November 6th.


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