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