Trail Animals volunteering at the Camp Ten Bear Aid Station at the Vermont 100.

Trail Animals take care of each other. That means looking out for one another while on the trail — helping an injured runner, calling out to someone who has gone off-course, or sharing a gel, salt, or snack with someone who needs it. It also means stepping up to volunteer. Volunteers are the backbone of the TARC community, and we have a place for everyone to contribute. From our race directors to our aid station workers, to course monitors, medical staff, pre-race set-up and post-race clean-up, weekly group run leaders and more, there’s a place for you to get involved.

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Volunteer Jeff LeBlanc prepares hot soup for runners at a rainy TARC Spring Classic.

Volunteers at the TARC Spring Classic are ready to refill runners’ bottles and hydration packs.