Seven Sisters Trail Race
Race Details:

The race is a 12 mile, out-and-back course along a technical, singletrack trail over what locals dub the “Seven Sisters” in the Holyoke Range. The race follows the “M-M trail (Metacomet – Monadnock) which is marked with white, rectangular blazes. The race starts and finishes on Military Rd at the Notch.

Mile 6 (turnaround)
Miles 2 & 4 out, 8 & 10 back
Runners required to carry own water

Time Limits
Runners must reach the Mile 6 Turnaround in under 2.5hrs; and return to Summit House (inbound) in under 3hrs, or be removed from the race.


Thursday, May 5: Early Bib Pickup at Marathon Sports Northampton
Friday, May 6: Early Bib Pickup at Marathon Sports Northampton

Saturday, May 7:
7:00am-8:00am: Bib pickup
8:10am: Pre-race Meeting
8:30am: Elite Men Start (Bibs 1-59)
8:33am: Elite Women Start (Bibs 60-99)
8:36am: Wave 1 Start (Bibs 100-199)
8:39am: Wave 2 Start (Bibs 200-299)
8:42am: Wave 3 Start (Bibs 300-399)
8:45am: Wave 4 Start (Bibs 400-500+)
11:30am: Award Ceremony


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    10.7 miles
    3,444 ft
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    1,000 ft
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