Running Events in New Hampshire

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JUN22
Capital City Classic 10K
Concord, NH, United States

Join us for the Runners Alley Capital City Classic 10K Road Race! This classic road race is in conjunction with Market Days Festival and is part of the New Hampshire Grand Prix!

This race is part of the Capital Area Race Series.

$35
Capital City Classic 10K
JUN29
FSB 5K
Franklin, NH, United States

Don't miss out! Kick off our day-long anniversary celebration by running or walking in the FSB 150th 5k! The money raised through your entry fees will go to support the Veterans Memorial Recreation Ski Area in Franklin, New Hampshire.

$15 - $20
FSB 5K
JUL6
Harrison 5K Run by the Lake
Harrison, ME, United States

Runners... Walkers... Families... Friends...Campers... Join us for our 16th Annual 5K run by the Lake! A fabulous night of fun, comradery and a healthy activity for all ages. All proceeds benefit our Harrison Recreation Department.

$25
Harrison 5K Run by the Lake
JUL20
Bill Luti 5 Miler
Concord, NH, United States

Don't miss being a part of one of the oldest races in New England! The race is a genuine classic featuring a certified loop course that passes through the scenic St. Paul's School campus.

$15
Bill Luti 5 Miler
JUL20
Lovell Old Home Days 5K
Lovell, ME, United States

First 100 registered receive a commemorative t-shirt designed by a Fryeburg Academy Art Student, Top male & female finishers receive special awards Refreshments, food, random prizes & awards at the finish line! Proceeds benefit the Lovell Rec Dept & The Old Home Day Parade Race.

$15
Lovell Old Home Days 5K
JUL20
Wildcat Mountain Trail Race
Jackson, NH, United States

The sixthannual Wildcat Mountain Trail Race is a tough "up and over" mountain run using the historic Wildcat ski trail system. There will be two races run (hiked) simultaneously, the 5K course cuts across mid-mountain along the rolling "Catwalk" while the 5 mile course keeps climbing to Wildcat's 4,062 ft summit before heading back down on the Upper Catapult - both courses finishing along the "Wildkitten".

$40
Wildcat Mountain Trail Race
AUG16
Ragnar Trail Vermont
Windsor, VT, United States

Escape the grind and find your inner wild at Ragnar Vermont Trail, happening on Aug 16-17, 2019. The incredible West Windsor community has welcomed Ragnar back with open arms, so for the second year in a row teams will set up camp at beautiful Mt. Ascutney.

Your team will come together to conquer a series of three trails that start and end at Ragnar Village. Runners will experience the other-worldly beauty that exists only in the Vermont countryside. These trails send each runner over the river and through the woods (literally) on single-track trails sweeter than maple syrup. Plus, theres a brand new Red Loop for you to take on.

$480 - $1,440
Ragnar Trail Vermont
SEP7
Groton Forest Trail Run
Groton, VT, United States

Both courses are a mix of: Hiking Trail (generally technical single track), Multi-use Trail (open to bikers and horses mixed single and double track), and Dirt Road (forest/park road, rail trail, and town roads). They were both designed to feature some of the best trails and most interesting spots of the northern end of Groton State Forest with as little overlap as possible.

$50
Groton Forest Trail Run
SEP13
Ragnar Relay Reach The Beach
Jefferson, NH, United States

Reebok Ragnar Reach the Beach (RTB), happening Sept. 13-14 is more than a relay race; its an overnight adventure, yearly tradition and community celebration all rolled into one. And as always, NO volunteers are required.

As the East Coasts oldest running relay, this race boasts some of our best community support, with decorated exchanges, volunteers in full costume and even neighbourhood block parties. We couldnt ask for a warmer welcome for our amazing runners.

$540 - $1,520
Ragnar Relay Reach The Beach
SEP22
Granite State 10 Miler
Concord, NH, United States

Join us for a beautiful 10 mile road race hosted by volunteers from the Granite State Racing Team, in one of Concord's oldest running race events that takes runners over a bike path, past farms, and through quiet country roads to support the Boys & Girls Club of Central New Hampshire and the NHTI Cross country running team.

$35
Granite State 10 Miler
SEP29
The Vermont 50
West Windsor, VT, United States

Fall leaves and panoramic views of the Connecticut River Valley are two draws of Vermont 50, an annual race through the wooded trails of Mount Ascutney State Park. Race the 50-mile course solo or check out the womens relay event. Proceeds from the weekends festivities, which also include two running races, benefit Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports, which offers year-round adaptive sport programs to youth and adults. The race sells out quickly, and registration opens on May 27.

$135 - $340
The Vermont 50
OCT12
Mt. Abram Ascent
Greenwood, ME, United States

This classic mountain climb takes racers up 2-miles of mowed ski trails to the summit of Mt. Abram where you'll have dramatic views of the Western Maine foothills. The descent will begin on ski trails and end on a section of single track hiking trail in the woods, before reaching the finish line at the Mt. Abram base lodge.

$15 - $30
Mt. Abram Ascent
OCT26
Franconia Notch Half Marathon
Franconia, NH, United States

Join us for the 2nd annual USA Track and Field certified, 13.1 mile out and back run on the paved Franconia Notch Bike Path. This beautiful run takes place in one of the most scenic locations in New England, passing by numerous iconic landmarks in the Franconia Notch State Park. Keep warm in the Peabody Lodge available right at the start and finish.

$75
Franconia Notch Half Marathon
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