Entry opens on Thursday October 31, 2024

The start/finish of the MMT 100, taken on a brilliant afternoon of the 2017 race.

Keith Knipling

A challenging, rocky 100 miler on the trails of the Massanutten Mountains in the George Washington National Forest in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The course includes short but rugged mountain climbs with more than 18,000 feet of total ascent. There is a 36-hour cutoff. After running it, we think you’ll agree:
Massanutten Rocks!
All participants are required to carry a GPS tracker (supplied to runners by the event) while on course in accordance with guidelines provided.

Race starts
  • Sat May 17, 2025 at 5:00 am
  • Entry is not yet open.
    Entry opens on Thu Oct 31, 2024 at 8:00 am
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Race starts on Saturday, May 18, 2024 at 5:00 am

Participants’ Guide

The Participants’ Guide is useful information for runners, crews, and pacers. It is recommended that race participants print this out and bring this with them on race weekend. You may also want to save this to your mobile device.

Please use the navigation menu at the bottom of the page to explore the MMT web site.

Like all of our races, the MMT 100 complies with the VHTRC’s Event Participant Medical Policy and Policy on Race Cancellation.


This page and its subpages contain all of the logistical information for the race. Yes, there is a lot.

The Course

The MMT is a challenging 100 mile trail ultra over a demanding, rocky course in the Massanutten Mountains of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. The course includes short but rugged mountain climbs that total over 18,500 feet.



The MMT 100 would not be the quality event it is without the many volunteers who have given so much to the race and the runners. Details here on how you can help.

Training runs

The VHTRC sponsors four training runs on the MMT course in the months leading up to the race. These training runs kick-off on MLK weekend in January and usually extend into April.

Results and History

Course records, searchable results, and links to previous years’ reports.

Contact the Race Director