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3. Our History

Can you do 100 miles in 30 hours ? Any registered runner completing 100 miles in under 30 hours receives a newly designed 100 mile belt buckle ! However, it does not mean you won the race; the winners are those, who accomplish the most amount of miles, in 30 hours, so if you do 100 miles in 15 hours, you can take your buckle and go, but those that endure will be the real winners of the race. You can, also do as many miles as you wish and receive a newly design medal for 12 hours or more.
 
The course as planned right now is a 2.23 Mile Circuit..
 
The second Forbidden Forest 30 hour Ultra Run and only 30 hour/100 mile Connecticut race will take place in Roosevelt Forest, located in Stratford, CT. The Town of Stratford is very fortunate indeed to be one of the few towns or cities in the nation to have its very own forest. The forest was set up during the depression in the 1930’s. It was developed in large part through President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s W.P.A. program to provide recreational opportunities for townspeople, and to protect the watershed, wildlife and beauty of this fine example of mixed deciduous forest.
 
A charitable portion of this race will go to the Roosevelt Forest Trail Commission and the Stratford EMS. A very important thing to note is this is limited, so register quickly and reserve your spot for being alive in the outdoors. Run, jog, hike or walk, you have 30 hours to do your best.

30 hours and 100 miles or more

Welcome to the gateway of New England Running! The third running of Connecticut’s only 30 Hour / 100 mile race, will take place on Saturday, June 27th with a start time of 8:30 AM and run to June 28th ending at 2:30 PM or 30 Hours. Run, jog, hike, walk or crawl; go, as long as, you wish: 25, 50, 75, 100 miles or more, it’s up to you. Great way to test yourself for a Fall Ultra 100, like the VT100 ! There will be a packet pickup between 3PM and 6PM, at the Forest Pavilion, the Friday before (26th); at this time or early on Saturday Morning (27th) you can choose a place to store gear to be used during the race, as a “rest and recuperation station” in an adjacent field to use for your for 30 hour endeavor, (NO overnight camping allowed per Town Ordinance) . Access to your vehicle will, also be nearby, as you loop, through the day and night. There will be an award for first to fifth overall with the most amount of miles in the 30 hours allocated for running. An incredible buckle will be given to all those achieving 100 miles in the 30 hours, but that does not win the race; it is most miles achieved in 30 hours. One Pacer is allowed per runner, if requested, at a cost of $25, only after 22 hours or 6:30 AM Sunday June 28th; they must register and sign the waiver, this allows them to hydration, food and insurance coverage. Pacers must check in on Sunday morning for the wristband, anyone using a UNAUTHORIZED Pacer will be disqualified from the race. The course is a 2.22 mile or 45 completions earns a 100 mile buckle on a slightly rolling hill, some with roots and rocks, it’s New England running, all doable, last year 12 runners received buckles on a day of unexpected 85 degree heat and 75% humidity. A portion of the proceeds will go tO the Stratford EMS and the Roosevelt Forest Commission. A buckle would be EPIC, this 4th of July, but you gotta be bold. Are you in ?