Event Listing

Event Logo 2019 USATF New England Mountain Circuit
Saturday, April 20, 2019 - Sunday, September 29, 2019
mountain courses

2019 Mountain Circuit
4/20/19 - Sleepy Hollow, Huntington VT 6.4 mi trail up/down - Info  Results
5/5/19 - Pack Monadnock, Wilton  NH  10 mi road uphill - Info/Results
5/25/19 - Wachusett Mt, Princeton MA  3 mi road uphill - Info/Results
6/2/19 - Cranmore, North Conway NH 2 lap 6.2 mi trail up/down 2462 ft gain - Info/Results
6/8/19 - Ascutney Mountain Race, VT 3.8 mi road uphill - Results
7/7/19 - Loon Mt, Lincoln NH - 6.6 mi trail uphill 3200 ft gain - Info/Results
9/1/19  - Mt. Greylock, Adams MA  8 mi road uphill - Info/Results
9/29/19 - Waterville Valley NH  Mountain Race - Results
               Serving as the US Mountain Running Championship. 7 Miles, 1 lap up / down

Final Standings      Women           Men         Mountain Goats (at least 6 of 8)

History and stats
The 2019 Circuit consists of 8 races. Completing 6 out of 8 races qualifies a runner to bypass the 2020 Mount Washington Lottery. For this honor, a participant must 
- Be a 2019 USATF Member prior to the second race (Pack Monadnock)
- Run at lest 6 of the 8 races in the mountain circuit. 
USATF New England Mountain Circuit Rules and Scoring
Runners score points based on their time as a percentage of the winner's overall time, making every second count! For example, a winning time of 41:08 gets 100.00 points; a time of 42:21 is worth 97.13, and 1:20:32 gets 51.08 (the winning time being just about 50 percent of that runner's time). Women's scoring is now based on 100.00 points for the first female finisher. A runner's top 6 of 8 races are totaled.
Because the primary goals of the series are to promote the sport of Mountain Running and encourage membership in USATF, runners' scores for all races they participate in will be counted in scoring if they join USATF before the start of the second event in the circuit. To join or renew your USATF membership, go to
The circuit awards special T-shirts to "Mountain Goats", USATF members who complete six of the eight circuit races.
As a USATF-New England program, circuit scoring eligibility is limited to individuals who are USATF members. Though all races are open to all runners, USATF membership is required to score and win awards in the circuit. If you have additional questions, feel free to email or call the USATF-NE office, (617) 566-7600.
The circuit was founded by Dave Dunham and continues under current USATF-NE Mountain / Trail Running chairman Paul Kirsch. Dave Dunham still does the scoring for the series. Thanks for your interest in Mountain Running!