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Race Info

Race Start Time: 9:00 AM, Sunday, November 3, 2024

The Vermont 10 Miler returns on Sunday, November 3rd for its sixth running. This annual season-ending challenge is a 10 mile tour of Stowe, Vermont. The course features a difficult opening four miles up hill before a steady downhill, and finally a cruise along the river for the last two miles — all with beautiful views throughout.

Charitable Partner: Stowe Land Trust

A portion of each registration fee will be donated directly to the Stowe Land Trust, preserving Stowe’s most beautiful open spaces and promoting conservationism.

Registration and Bib Pick-Up

Saturday, November 2
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM: Packet pick-up
Location: Von Trapp Brewery & Bierhall

Sunday, November 3
7:00 AM – 8:50 AM: Packet pick-up
Location: Mayo Farm Fields (map)

Registered participants will receive their race bib with timing chip and athlete shirt at registration. Onsite registration is available both days.

All participants must show a photo ID at pick-up. Participants may pick-up for friends and family, but must provide a copy of the ID or a photo of the ID on their phone for verification.


Vermont 10 Miler parking is available at the Mayo Farm/Stowe Event Fields, and is a short walk to both the start and finish of the race. Parking is limited in that there is only one entrance, and one exit. While our parking staff will be on site to assist, delays can build up. Consider carpooling or, if you’re staying nearby, consider taking the gorgeous Stowe Recreation path to the start on foot or bike!

Gear Storage

There is no paid or unpaid gear storage at the start/finish. Parking is near the race start/finish — runners are encouraged to return their gear to their car.

After You Finish

Awards and Divisions

A finisher’s medal will be given to all race participants. Awards will be presented following the race to the:

  • Top 3 male and female runners
  • Top 1 in each age group:
    • 5 year increments, Under 19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+