Untamed New England: 2018 "Abenaki Pursuit" edition

Untamed New England: Abenaki Pursuit edition Over the years, Untamed New England has taken participants on legendary journeys through the wild stretches of Maine, New Hampshire, & Vermont. It's been 10 years since the inaugural Untamed New England. In 2018, we'll celebrate this anniversary with another signature course highlighting new landscapes and new challenges through a 4-day expeditionary route. Our 2018 race will be the "Abenaki Pursuit" edition to honor the first people known to explore these mysterious mountains, forests, and waters.

The next edition is set for July 24-29, 2018. Registration is open as of June 1st, 2017.

This website is your gateway to our efforts. Welcome to Untamed New England: the Abenaki Pursuit!

2018 Untamed New England Information

The 2018 Untamed New England expedition race sets the standard for multi-sport, multi-day, racing in North America. With a course years in development, the 2018 "Abenaki Pursuit" edition of Untamed New England will raise the bar. Equal parts eco-tourism and audaicous team journey . . . you may not be ready for us, but we're ready for you!

Review all the details here and get inspired.

Register for the Race

Untamed New England Registration
Entries for Untamed New England open June 1st 2017 and space is limited. You may have heard the stories . . . now's your chance to make some of your own. There are incentives for registering early, too, so don't delay.

A wilderness journey event like this doesn't happen often, here's your chance to get in on the adventure of a lifetime! Click here for full registration details.

Can I Do Untamed New England?

Untamed New England -- can I do it?
Untamed New England can be intimidating, but also inspiring. Our tagline more an adventure than a race is true to the spirit of the event, so even those new to "adventure racing" shouldn't discount their ability to explore the Untamed New England wilderness.

Here are some responses we have to those wondering if they can do this . . .