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

Keith Knipling

In Case of Emergency

Runners at the MMT are responsible for their own health and well-being. We do not have “medical checks” or medical professionals at the event. You need to take care of yourself. Please read our medical policy before you enter.

Emergency telephone numbers

The race goes through three Virginia counties. Where to call depends on which county the emergency occurs in.

Where on the course County Contact information
Southern/eastern portions of the course
Aid stations 9, 11—15
Page Police Page County Sheriff (Luray)
(540) 743-6571
Medical Page Memorial Hospital
(540) 743-4561
200 Memorial Drive
Luray, VA 22835
Northeast portions of the course
Aid stations 6—8
Warren Police Warren County Sheriff (Front Royal)
(540) 635-4128
Medical Warren Memorial Hospital
(540) 636-0300
1000 North Shenandoah Avenue
Front Royal, VA 22630
Western portions of the course
Start/finish, Aid stations 1–5, 10
Shenandoah Police Shenandoah County Sheriff (Woodstock)
(540) 459-1100
Medical Shenandoah Memorial Hospital
759 South Main Street
Woodstock, VA 22664
Any emergency in the National
Forest should also be reported
to the Forest Service
Lee Ranger District, U.S. Forest Service
102 Koontz Street
Edinburg, VA 22824

(540) 984-4101

Staff of the Forest Service will be present during the MMT 100. We appreciate their presence, particularly during emergencies.

Last updated February 21, 2020