Fly to Pie – Kingdom Marathon

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October 8th, 2017

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Run it – Bike it – Hike it – But do it

Doin’ the dirt through “the gut” of the Northeast Kingdom

26.2 miles       17 miles         13.5 miles       6 Miles

Registration is now open for October 8, 2017

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Hosted by Kingdom Games, Lakeview Aviation and Parker Pie, West Glover

ALL Walking Fees will be donated to a local charity

and a portion of all running and biking fees will also be donated.

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Start (Long Courses): Newport Airport and Lakeview Aviation, 2628 Airport Rd, Newport, VT 05855

Start (6 Mile Course): Irasburg Common

Finish: Parker Pie, 161 County Rd, West Glover, VT 05875

Party at Parker:  All the pizza you can eat, Music by Beg, Steal or Borrow, Cash Bar with Hill Farmstead and other local beers on tap

Shuttle back to the Start provided by Jay Peak

Start Time:

Runners: 9 am

Irasburg Walkers: 10 am

Bikers: 10:30 am

Sign-in opens at 8:00 am at Lakeview Aviation.

Prizes Include: 6 pack of Burke Ski Passes for 1st Place Male and Female Marathoners, Day Passes at Kingdom Trails and Beef Jerky, and Maple Syrup.

There are four great routes, offering four very different options to all types of athletes, runners, bikers, and hikers of all ages and all abilities.  A tough, “vista riddled,” and spectacularly beautiful full marathon that will challenge the best marathon runner.  The 13.5 distance  is also the course for the family bike challenge is perfect for kids and parents of all ages.  The 17 mile Iconoclast for something just a little different.  (It’s a great training run for the NYC Marathon)  And, new in 2016, a 6 mile walk, run, or bike from Irasburg Common to Parker Pie.

For one day in October, we fill these dirt roads through “the gut” of The Northeast Kingdom.  Everybody but the 6 milers start at Lakeview Aviation at the Newport Airport in Coventry and heads one way or another to Parker Pie in West Glover, with a great pizza party, great beer, and great music (with Beg Steal or Borrow returning for another year).  6 milers start at Irasburg Common. Shuttle service back to the start is provided by our friends at Jay Peak.

Fees

$50 for the run, $35 for the bike, $15 for kids and 6 milers

$60 for a family of four in the Family Bike Challenge

REGISTER HERE

The Courses and APPROXIMATE location of Water Tables

26.2 Mile Course http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/541040120

Water Stations

1. Mile 2, Near the Barton River Fishing Access

2. Mile 4, Cleveland Road

3. Mile 6, Old Stone House Museum (Relay Station)

4. Mile  8+, at the top of School House Road

5. Mile 10, Kinneson Road

6. Mile 12, Chamberlain Road and Saparoff Lane

7. Mile 14.5 Barton Triangle (Relay Station)

8. Mile 16.5 Burton Hill Road and Kingdom Chiropractic

9. Mile 18.5 Burton Hill Road – The View

10. Mile 20.6 Turnaround at Burton Hill Road (Green Froggie Rock)

11. Mile 22.5 West Glover Road

12. Mile 24.4 West Glover Road (Stevens and East Albany Jct)

17 Mile Course http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/541070734

Water Stations

13, Mile 2  Coventry Station Road

14. Mile 3.7  Route 5 Crossing

15. Mile 6  Back Country Road and Hillandale Roads

16. Mile 8.5 Back Country and Malshuk Roads

17. Mile 11 Irasburg Green

10. Mile 12 Turnaround at Currier and Burton Hill Road (Green Froggie Rock)

11, Mile 13 West Glover Road

12. Mile 15 West Glover Road (Stevens and East Albany Jct

13.5 Mile Course http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/541052318

Water stations

21. Mile 2 Airport Road

22. Mile 4.5 Route 5 crossing

17. Mile 7.5 Irasburg Green (also a Relay Station)

10. Mile 8.5 Turnaround at Currier and Burton Hill Road (Green Froggie Rock)

11. Mile 9.5 West Glover Road

12. Mile 11.5 West Glover Road (Stevens and East Albany Jct)

For photos of the Marathon Route, taken on Sunday, September 29th, 2013 click here

For photos of the field test on October 6th, 2013 click here,

Special thanks to our underwriting sponsor;

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