2009 US Ski Mountaineering Championships

Post by WildSnow.com blogger | March 13, 2009      
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The 2009 US Ski Mountaineering National Championship presented by Dynafit, will take place Saturday March 21st, with an 8am start, at the JH Mountain Resort.

Registration will take place at Teton Mountaineering Friday, March 20th between 5 & 7pm. Entry fee is $35, discounted lift ticket is $43. (Ticket holders need NOT purchase an additional pass for the race) Entry includes a Patagonia Capilene event t-shirt and goody bag.

Race category will have approx. 6,000 ft of climbing. Rec category will have approximately 2,500 ft of climbing. There will also be a “Heavy Metal” category for those that do not have lightweight backcountry gear.

Free beer and food after the race, as well as a huge raffle and the crowning of the male and female National Champions

Also, if anyone is interested in volunteering for this race, please contact (see below). Volunteers receive a voucher for a free day of skiing, plus free food and beer afterward.

If you have any questions, please contact Forest: f_dramis atsign yahoo.com


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