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The BEST 13.1 Miles in New England
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CBHM-Covered Bridges Half Marathon-General Public

Sorry! This event is full. Registration ends June 1, 2022 at 11:59pm EDT

CBHM Turns 30! Join us June 5, 2022 for the Celebration.

Covered Bridges Half Marathon - a community based road race-runs the first Sunday in June and is hosted by CBHM Inc.,  a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization located in Woodstock, Vermont. 
CBHM is the best 13.1 miles in New England! Experience some of Vermont's covered bridges and support local charities.
Each year CBHM runners give back over $50,000-$60,000 in donations to our youth groups, non-profits and local recreation departments (the people who take care of you on our race course!)

Suicide Six Ski Area
247 Stage Rd, South Pomfret, VT 05067
Race Registration

Registration for the 2022 Race opens on December 6, 2021 at 7 PM ET.
Registration is by first-come, first-serve, NOT a lottery system.
Registrants will receive confirmation emails.
Registration is by VISA/MC .
The entry fee is $90, plus RunSignUp processing fee.
We do not have a wait list.
The 2019 race SOLD OUT in 10 minutes.
We have  a lot of 2020 runners who ran with us VIRTUALLY in 2021-they get priority early race registration-we're expecting this race to sell out in under 5 minutes.
Registration/Race Bib is non-transferable.
Fees are non-refundable, regardless of injury, lack of adequate training, an irreconcilable schedule conflict, or any other reason, no matter how valid. It cannot be moved to a future year.

Didn’t Get In… Please consider running with an official CBHM Non-Profit Partners. Learn more.

Race Description

Covered Bridges Half Marathon – a community based road race. Runs the first Sunday in June. The best 13.1 miles in New England! Experience some of Vermont’s covered bridges and support local charities.

Be sure to join us for the pre-race pasta supper! It is a real community food event—with Woodstock’s finest food establishments making sauces and donating many food products and local service volunteers from Change the World Kids and other local groups all pitching in to make the event a success!


Who is On Our Loyalty List?

  • Runners who were on our 2020 Loyalty List will automatically be added to our 2022 LOYALTY LIST.
  • Our 2020 race deferred runners who chose to run "Virtually" with us for 2021 Virtual Race will also be  added to our 2022 LOYALTY LIST.
  • 2021 Virtual Race Runners who registered 10 friends or more

    LOYALTY LIST runners get early access to race registration as a THANK YOU for supporting our race over the years and in turn helping to support our race communities.

Each year CBHM runners, through their race registrations, donate over $50,000 to local youth groups, non-profits and local recreation departments.

Point to Point Race Information

Our race is point to point. So you park at the finish line area and we transport you to the start line area by bus.
First Bus Leaves At 5:45 a.m.
RUNNERS Only on Buses!
Last Bus Leaves at 7:00 a.m.
Report to parking lot no later than 6:30 a.m.

Drop offs at the Start (Suicide Six) until 7:15 a.m.
Bib Pick Up on Sunday opens at 6 a.m.
Help make everyone’s morning a little less stressful RIDE SHARE!!

Race Information & Course Maps 
Mike and Nancy will be in front of the Norman Williams Public Library in Woodstock by the green (look for the tent) to answer any questions you may have Saturday 1-5 p.m..
Stop by and say HI!! Look for the CBHM banners outside. Some of the UVRC Pacers plan to be on hand too to answer questions.

Race Bibs are NOT handed out at the information tent-ONLY at the Race Start at Suicide Six Ski Area Sunday morning beginning at 6 a.m.

Race Course Map
Parking Map
Printable Race Weekend Info Sheet
Woodstock Chamber Pasta Supper
Check-in and Bib Pick-up
UVRC Pacers
Aid Stations
Personal Baggage/Drop Bags

Your baggage will be transported from the Start area back to the Finish area just before the start of the race. Plan on bringing your own bags with labels already on. In case of bad weather, you’ll want to make sure the bag is waterproof.

Best Viewing of CBHM Runners

If you want to see your runner at the finish line-you MUST BE parked before 10 a.m.. The lot and road will be closed at this time.
The two best places to watch runners are the Village of Woodstock and at the Finish Line. Spectator parking is very convenient to the Finish Line at the Polo Field.

There is NO spectator viewing at the Taftsville Bridge.

Remember—Finish Line Viewing-If you want to see your runners at the finish line, you MUST be parked in the designated lot BEFORE 10 a.m. Volunteers will direct you to parking.



We will be using the ChronoTrack “B” Tag Timing System. The B Tag is attached to the back of your bib, eliminating the fussing with your shoe laces. Racers cross Timing Mats at the Start and Finish to give you both an official “Gun” time as well as the unofficial “Net” time from when you cross the start mats. For the B Tag to work, it must be pinned on your outermost layer of clothing on your front and NOT folded or wrinkled.

You, and your B Tag, must pass over both mat systems (start and finish) in order to receive your “Net” time. If your start time is not recorded, you will only receive your “Gun time”.

The official order of finish for the first three male and female finishers will be based on “Gun” time. For all but these 6 finishers, we will use “Net” times for official order of finish.

The USAT&F does accept “Net” times for rankings for masters runners (40 and over). However, it is unclear if they will accept “Net” times for other age groups. Web site results on cbhm.com will be posted in both “Gun” time order as well as “Net” time order.

FINISH LINE~ Dewey Field in Quechee Vermont

Return to Parking Lot for your car—please use the FREE Buses Back to Quechee Village Lot-Runners can board buses to be transported up the hill from the Finish Line to where you parked your car pre-race.

Note: TAKE THE BUSES-This is the SAFEST WAY to get back to your car!

CBHM Runners Support Our Communities

What Your Registration Fee Does-Over $2 Million Donated to Our Communities

The Covered Bridges Half Marathon was first run in 1992. Race founder David Cioffi and a group of community members got together to create a half marathon along some of the best running routes around Woodstock, Vermont. Each year since 1992, we have about 2000 runners participating in our 13.1 run, the first Sunday in June.
Our runners support our local race communities through a portion of their race registration.
THANK YOU for supporting our VOLUNTEERS!
Woodstock Recreation Department
Hartford Parks and Recreation Department
First Congregational Church of Woodstock
Hartland Recreation Department
Lebanon Recreation and Parks
Hartford Boys Soccer
Woodstock Cub Scout Pack #220
Hartford Girls Soccer
Hartford Sophomore Class
Upper Valley Running Club
Woodstock Ski Runners
Zack’s Place
Yoh Theatre Players
Union Arena Skate Club
Woodstock Alumni Association
Norman Williams Public Library
Woodstock Track and Field
Trees and Seeds
Abbott Memorial Library
Woodstock Youth Hockey
Woodstock Girls Field Hockey
Woodstock Rotary
Woodstock Girls Lacrosse
Upper Valley Waldorf School
Woodstock Gridiron Club
Woodstock X-Country
WUHS Backcourt Club
Woodstock Boys Soccer
Upper Valley Hockey Association
WUHS French Club
Hartford Youth Hockey
Friends of Quechee Library
Woodstock Boy Scouts Pack #220
Woodstock Baseball
Ottauquechee Health Center
Hartford High School Choir
Woodstock Girls Varsity Soccer
Future Business Leaders of America/HACTC
Change the World Kids
Upper Valley Habitat for Humanity
Brave Challenge

Non-Profit Partners

Non-Profit Partners-Together to the Finish
If you commit to raise a minimum of $500 for one of our Non-Profit Partners, you can register early for our race.  Avoid the registration rush that first Monday in December, raise money for a great group and feel good when you run on June 5, 2022. Run for: David’s House, The Family Place, Positive Tracks,  Upper Valley Haven, or WISE.
David’s House  
Information: https://davids-house.org/.

The Family Place
Information: http://www.familyplacevt.org/

Positive Tracks
Information: http://www.positivetracks.org/.

Upper Valley Haven 

Information: www.uppervalleyhaven.org.
 Information: https://wiseuv.org/

Social Media

Have a question regarding your race registration. 
More information can be found on more https://cbhm.com/ and questions can be emailed directly to racedirector@CBHM.COM
Be sure to connect and share your experience online with the hashtag #cbhm2021, and be sure to follow the Race on social media at:






Race Contact Info

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Race Website

Additional race information can be found at https://cbhm.com/.

Awards and Finisher Medals

Finisher Medals are given to each runner as they cross the finish line.

Our awards for the top 3 overall men and women are based on GUN time (first to reach the finish line). Then we remove these 6 runners from the age divisions and those age divisions are determined by NET time (also called CHIP time which is finish time minus start time).

Top three Runners Male/Female Pottery by Shackleton/Thomas 

Prizes for Age Groups Top  Three:
Mug –Shackelton / Thomas
Maple Syrup – Top Acres Farm South Woodstock
Cheese –Sugarbush Farm


Suicide Six Ski Area
247 Stage Rd, South Pomfret, VT 05067


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