VOLUNTEER

The North Face Endurance Challenge would not take place without the help of our many hard-working and selfless volunteers. We sincerely appreciate the time, effort and sacrifice from the hundreds of people that help make The North Face Endurance Challenge a series of world-class events.

Volunteer Benefits
    Free shirt from The North Face
    Free meal
    Satisfaction of helping participants achieve their goal

VOLUNTEER POSITIONS

VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR
VINCENT CAPPADORA

AID STATION CAPTAIN
Captains are responsible for overseeing all aid station activities. They will be on radio and in frequent communication with the event staff. Previous trail race or aid station volunteer experience is required. Aid Station Captains will assist in the recruitment of aid station teams for their aid station.

Primary race day responsibilities: manage aid station volunteers, track runners, relay information to Race Director and provide directional assistance.

COURSE MARSHAL
Course Marshals will be positioned at key intersections on-course to provide directional assistance to runners as they maneuver the trails. In certain situations, course marshals will be on radio or stationed at road crossings where runners are required to yield to vehicular traffic. These positions require a minimum age of 18, unless accompanied by an adult.

FESTIVAL VOLUNTEER
Festival volunteers will help event staff manage and monitor the Finish Line Festival. Various positions are available and include: runner check-in, onsite packet pickup, race food tent, parking, gear check, finish line crew and festival breakdown.

PACKET PICKUP VOLUNTEER
Volunteers assist event staff in distributing race numbers and gear to participants on Thursday and Friday prior to race weekend at the designated Packet Pickup locations.

Aid Station Volunteer Guide
Festival Volunteer Guide

VOLUNTEER PARKING LOCATION

Endurance Challenge Volunteers are able to park adjacent to the Start and Finish Area. 

DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO WACHUSETT MOUNTAIN SKI AREA

From Worcester (20 minutes)
Take Rt. 290 East to exit 19 (which is 190 North).
Take Exit 5 off 190 North, which will put you onto 140 North. Follow 140 North for approx. nine miles. Take a left onto Mile Hill Rd. and travel 1/2 mile to the Ski Area entrance on the right.

From Boston (1 hour)
Take Rt. 2 West to Exit 25 for Westminster/Princeton. Take Rt. 140 South to a right onto Mile Hill Rd. and travel 1/2 mile to the Ski Area entrance on the right. 

From Providence (1 1/4 hours) 
Take Rt. 146 North to Rt. 290 East to Rt. 190 North. Take Exit 5 Rt. 140 North nine miles to a left onto Mile Hill Rd. and travel 1/2 mile to the Ski Area entrance on the right. 

From Hartford, CT (1 1/2 hours)
Take Rt. 84 East to the Mass Pike East to Exit 10 Auburn to Rt. 290 East to Rt. 190 North to Exit 5 Rt. 140 North nine miles to a left onto Mile Hill Rd. and travel 1/2 mile to the Ski Area entrance on the right.

From Nashua, NH (1 1/4 hours)
Take Rt. 130 West to Rt. 13 South to Rt. 2A West to Rt. 140 South or Rt. 3 South to Rt. 495 South to Rt. 2 West to Rt. 140 South to a right onto Mile Hill Rd. and travel 1/2 mile to the Ski Area entrance on the right.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

In conjunction with the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA), volunteers from Boston can take the commuter rail from Boston’s North Station to Fitchburg or Wachusett. See schedule and fares at MBTA.