Feb 262015
3 great races this weekend. 2 will let you register on the day of!

Tupper lake;s Lumberjack Scramble 10K

TUPPER LAKE – On Feb. 28, an old favorite ski race will return to this community as skiers of all ages and abilities converge at the municipal cross-country ski trails to compete in the Lumberjack Scramble.

The event will take skiers through a course which includes views of Cranberry Pond and Big Tupper Ski Area. The trails are finely groomed by a dedicated volunteer staff and tracks will be set. This is a classic race only; skating is not allowed.

Registration is $15 per participant and begins at 8:45 a.m. Checks should be made payable to the Town of Tupper Lake.

Cross-country ski racers at a past Tupper Lake Lumberjack Scramble.
(Photo provided by Mike Fritts)

There are four racing classes at the event: the Lollipop Loop is for skiers 7 and under and is free for participants, skiers age 7 to 12 will take to the golf course for a 3-kilometer race, and skiers age 13 and up will have the option of either skiing a 5-kilometer course or a 10-kilometer course.

The race begins with a mass start at 10 a.m. An award ceremony will take place after the race inside the heated pro-shop. It will feature refreshments and door prizes.


2015 Winona Forest Tourathon
Feb. 28, 2015

Yep …you missed it….online registration is closed !  But you have a second chance to enter the 2015 Winona Forest Tourathon !!!! Just wake up real early, grab your skis and head to Winona Forest CCC Camp . Registration will be open 6:30 – 7:30 am. For more info and an entry form please email info@winonaforest.com

PS…..a little new lake effect today to make awesome trails, forecast for race day is a high of 19, with a little chance of some flakes, & should be a perfect day!

Winona Forest Tourathon: 12.5KM, 25KM, and 50Km classic races, favorable rates for scholastic racers and family discount. This is a great way to get into distance racing.

They have tons of snow and new grooming equipment.  (See graphic at top, and more photos here.)http://www.winonaforest.com/



The following day (double header anyone?) The Lake Placid Loppet 25 and 50KM options in both techniques.



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