The nature of a 6 loop course makes for an event that can be enjoyed with­out pac­ers or crew. Our vol­un­teer Run Wood­stock Ultra aid Road­ies will be there to help and encour­age you to great­ness and because of the hun­dreds of fel­low ultra broth­ers and sis­ters on the course shar­ing your pain, you’ll never have to worry about set­ting out on the loop alone.

  • Pac­ers are allowed after the 2nd loop (100K and 100 Mile events)
  • Only 1 pacer with Run­ner at any given time.
  • Pacer wears “Pacer/​Runner Number”.
  • Pacer stays with Run­ner at all times,no run­ning ahead to fill bottles,get food, get drop bag,etc.
  • Pacer is a companion,not a mule for run­ner supplies.
  • Please note that pac­ers will not be eli­gi­ble for any medals or included in the results, as they are not con­sid­ered offi­cial runners.

All indi­vid­ual pac­ers are required to have the $20 Week­end Pass for Run Wood­stock. ONE addi­tional week­end pass is included with your 100K/​100 Mile reg­is­tra­tion for a pacer. Addi­tional week­ended passed can be pur­chased by the reg­is­tered run­ner with their race or by the pacer online or onsite.

Pac­ers will need to check in and out at the main aid sta­tion at the start/​finish area. We will give you your bib at that time. All run­ners on the course have to wear an event bib or a “pacer” bib.

We do not have pac­ers to assign to you. Due to the mul­ti­ple loops and num­ber of par­tic­i­pants, you will get the full Run Wood­stock expe­ri­ence by hook­ing up and groovin’ together!

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Three Full Days Of…


LIVE MUSIC The band gets busy at 4:30pm Friday


RUN­NING WILD Just the way God intended us to do it


FREE­ING YOUR SOLE Yoga, Hip­pie Hikes, Tie Dye, Nat­ural Runs and More


Week­end Lineup

Fri­day: Lemon James rocks at 3:55 with the National Anthem to send off the far out 100 mil­ers. You don’t want to miss this, also yoga at 5 pm, night run at 7:30 and rock and roll!
Sat­ur­day: The party starts to get seri­ous Sat­ur­day morn­ing about 6am when Randy cranks up the micro­phone to usher in the run­ning of the Peace, Love and 50M/​K start and the races start
Sun­day: Get ready to boo­gie down on the Free Love 5 Mile that has a long his­tory of blow­ing minds and set­ting you free at the same time … then the sad trip home …
Full 3-​day Schedule