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Run the Kingdom


Kingdom Games now offers three, highly acclaimed, running events. We run mostly on dirt roads, gravel paths, and trails that are challenging to the most seasoned athlete, great for running clubs, and feature shorter options to allow the entire running and walking community to participate, “Just for the Fun of It”  Each race has a Team Challenge:  Teams of 3 to 10.  Top three times of each team are used to determine the fastest teams with a special prize and bragging rights.  Here’s what we offer in 2023.


Dandelion Run, May 20, 2023 – Half Marathon with 10 K plus 1, 2, and 4 mile options on dirt roads through the world famous dandelion fields of Derby, Morgan and Holland, with musicians in the fields along the way and back at the Derby Beach House at the picnic lunch and after party. It’s May! It’s time to Run! Just for the Fun of It! Underwritten by Community National Bank. In honor and memory of Terri Weed. Supporting Umbrella and its important work advocating for victims of violence.

Runners in Front of Flag

Harry Corrow Freedom Run, July 4th, 2023 – 10 Mile, 10K, 5K, and 1 Mile run and walk on the Newport-Derby Bike Path and the Memphremagog Ski Touring Foundation Trails with our Fourth of July Celebration in Gardner Park in the afternoon and evening. Supporting the National Alliance on Mental Health Vermont and its suicide prevention efforts.


Fly to Pie – Doin’ the Dirt – Kingdom Marathon – October 7th, 2023 – Run, bike or hike this full marathon on vista riddled, dirt roads through “the gut” of the Northeast Kingdom at the height of Fall Foliage – with 10 km, 13.5, and 17 mile options, finishing at Parker Pie, West Glover with all the pizza you can eat, Hill Farmstead Beer on tap, and music by Patti Casey.  Jay Peak Shuttle back to the start. Toughest and most beautiful road marathon you’re ever going to run. Supporting the Halo Foundation.

6 thoughts on “Run the Kingdom”

  1. I signed up for the dandelion 10k on May 21st. My check was cashed but I am not on the roster. Please let me know that you have me signed up for it. Thank you.

  2. From the photos of the marathon, it looks like it’s all on roads, albeit dirt ones. Is the same true of the 17 miler? If so, would it be okay to push a baby in a stroller?

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