Massanutten Mountain Trails 100 Mile Run

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The Course

Yosuke Murase on the trail
Yosuke Murase shows why MMT rocks. Photo: Aaron Schwartzbard
The center piece of the MMT is its course. Thanks to Keith Knipling we have two maps to help you. One is a course map. This is your best resource for the course itself. Keith has also done a map in Google Maps (see bottom of this page). This map shows the course, the aid stations, and area attractions.

PATC Maps: Unless you know the course well, we recommend that you obtain Potomac Appalachian Trail Club maps G and H. These are topographic maps that cover the trails in the Massanutten Mountains -- north of US 211 (Map G) and south of US 211 (Map H). Both maps are printed on water-resistant, tear-resistance synthetic stock in six colors. Most of the course is on map G. Only the Bird Knob section of the MMT course is on map H. The PATC also has a Guide to the Massanutten Mountains updated in 2013 (available as a separate item or in a set with maps G and H). There are discounts for PATC members. You can order on the PATC Web site. Direct links : Map G (2014) | Map H (2014) | Book and both maps

Course Information

MMT Profile
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Area Map