This is an early post for this event. But for good reason, Pittsfield races are not designed to be easy. They are designed to challenge you, make you cry, make you dirty, and in some cases, make you bleed a little. At he same time, the race organizers have a sincere desire to help you succeed. They also have a sincere desire to challenge you beyond your limits, and to provide you with a race experience that you are seldom to find anywhere else in the East.
The course is tough and the weather can be unpredictable. Peak Adventures strives to provide you with a race you will never forget, and if you complete the course, a badge of courage and determination to wear on your chest.
All participants will enjoy 100 mountainous miles of 95% dingle track trails, logging roads and snowmobile trails; 4.9% dirt roads and .1% pavement totaling approximately 20,000 feet of elevation gain. The second 100 miles (for the 200 mile runners) consists of 100% single-track/double-track trails and dirt roads over rolling country terrain with 10,000 additional feet of gain. This races is part of a race series developed by Peak Adventures
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200 Mile Participants: Race starts at 5:00 p.m. sharp on November 6th
100 Mile Participants: Race starts at 5:00 a.m. sharp on November 8th
[That’s not a typo folks, 100 mile racers start 36 hours after the 200 mile racers]