In the days leading up to MMT, 17 volunteers from the VHTRC have been busy preparing the Massanutten trails by clearing more than 27 miles of trail, removing dozens of trees, and contributed 160 hours of labor to our public lands.
The Caroline Furnace Lutheran Camp is building a new pavilion that will serve as the new finish of MMT. They are breaking ground now and hope to finish by this year’s race. Learn how you can help.
Dan Aghdam is the next race director for the club’s 100-miler. He will replace longtime director, Kevin Sayers, who is retiring after the 2022 race.
We’re looking for a new RD for the club’s 100-miler. Longtime director Kevin Sayers will retire after the 2022 race.
Due to the continuing public health crisis surrounding the COVID pandemic, the VHTRC will not conduct our usual races in spring 2021. BRR is postponed and MMT is canceled.
Andy Jones-Wilkins wrote a piece highlighting MMT on iRunFar. It captures well the essence of MMT.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the VHTRC is canceling all club-sponsored events though mid-May, including our Massanutten Mountains Trail 100-mile and Bull Run Run 50-mile races.
Last Saturday, 22 volunteers from the VHTRC contributed 183 volunteer hours at our annual Massanutten work party.
Dave Woll has reported on the Massanutten Training Academy Run #2, including compiling the runner times.
The Larry Huffman Era as the organizer of one of the VHTRC’s events has begun!