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Directions to the Vermont 50 Race

450 Ski Tow RD, Brownsville VT
Ascutney Mountain West Windsor, Vermont

Coming South on I-91, Ascutney Mountain Resort is 10 miles from Exit 9. Take Route 5 South 4 mi. into Windsor town center, then right onto Route 44. Stay on 44 for 5.5 miles (includes two 90 degree turns), and Ascutney Resort entrance is on the left. 

Coming North on I-91, Ascutney Mountain Resort is 6 miles from Exit 8. Take Route 5 North one+ mile and bear left onto Route 44A. At the end go left on Route 44. The Resort entrance is 2 miles ahead onthe left.

On the entrance road go straight up the hill until you see the Ascutney Outdoors Center on your left and the Parking lot on your right. Do NOT take the first right. Attendants should be there to direct you. Please follow their directions. They are volunteers so please be kind to them.

Please walk down to the Big Tent to pick up your race packet.

Note: A parking pass is not needed for the parking lot, but it will be required for parking at a Crew Station on race day. Passes are available at the Information Desk in the big tent. Please know your license plate number.

Please park at the Ascutney Outdoors Parking Area (and other designated spots only) and walk or bike down to the BIG TENT in the Cunningham lot (look for signs). Please use parking lots only for parking!! If you park on the grass you will be towed!

On Sunday, PARK AT THE ASCUTNEY OUTDOORS PARKING LOT AND WALK OR BIKE TO THE BIG TENT (look for signs). Please use parking lots only for parking!!

No RV Parking at Vermont 50
We cannot accommodate RV Parking at the Vermont 50 race. Each RV unit takes up 4-5 car spaces. Due to the limited number of parking spaces and the number of folks attending this race (about 1400), there is just no space for RVs. Check out our lodging LINKS for RV Camping. If you are RV camping somewhere, please plan to arrive race morning/day in a vehicle NOT in your RV!

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NOTE: There are leash laws in Vermont so if you bring along a four-legged friend, bring a leash too. You are responsible for your pet’s behavior.