While they’re in town, runners can check out Shelburne Farms, a 1,400-acre working farm and National Historic Landmark that’s devoted to sustainable farming and cultivating environmentally-friendly farming practices, as well as the Shelburne Museum and the Vermont Teddy Bear Company, where you can take a tour of the factory where these world-famous toys are made.
Along the course, you will pass Shelburne Orchards and run along a picturesque dirt/gravel road featuring wonderful views of Vermont countryside. Run past Charlotte Beach just before entering the covered bridge for the first time.
Course starts and finishes at Shelburne Beach.
From there, the race unfolds along a largely north-south route, heading south along Beach Road, Bostwick Road, Orchard Road and Lake Road, all the way south down to the half-way turnaround point near Thompson’s Point Road.
Once there, the course then returns north along the route runners just covered, all the way back to Shelburne Beach for the race finish.
Along the way, runners get to see the peaceful, bucolic scenery of this part of western Vermont, with wide-open farm fields specked with rolled hay bales, and the occasional tree-lined stretch of road.
There’s a brief stretch along the shoreline of the lake near Holmes Creek, and there are plentiful farm fields and farmhouses all along the route.
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