Experienced and novice participants will compete with their dogs on our skijor loop, making one or two 5 Km laps. The race will have solo starts at 30-second intervals, and awards will be given to top overall finishers in each distance and dog class. Pups will be awarded with treats!
March 5, 2017
Family members of racers may purchase Daily Passes for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, at half-price all race weekend!
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The Event is comprised of two Races, each with two Divisions:
- 10 Km + Two Dogs
- 10 Km + One Dog
- 5 Km + Two Dogs
- 5 Km + One Dog
There will be no separate classes for gender, age, dog breed, or otherwise.
Please view this linked PDF file of the WPB Official Race Rules (revised February 2016).
|Through March 3||Through March 5
|10K Skijor Race||$25||$30|
|5K Skijor Race||$25||$30|
Read Minocqua Winter Park’s official event policies regarding non-transferable bibs, cancellation, refunds, and more.
Sunday, March 5, 2017
8:30 AM – Chalet Opens for Bib Pick-up & Late Registration
9:30 AM – Racer Meeting in Chalet
10:00 AM – Winter Park Bark Skijor Races Begin in 30-Second-Interval Starts
11:00 AM – All Races Completed. Time of Post-Race Meeting & Awards Announced
5:00 PM – Park Closes
Official timing and scoring will be conducted by a dedicated group of volunteers, many of them with scientific research and athletic race backgrounds. They are well-trained to take precise, accurate records of participant finishing times, and they understand the importance of delivering race results quickly.
Awards will be given to the top three finishers in each division and age class. An awards ceremony will be held for the 12 overall winners.
Park Info for Non-Racers
Nearly all cross-country ski trails will be open during the Winter Park Bark Skijor Race, with tracking rules in effect until about Noon. If you see a racer, please yield to them.
The course is the Skijor Loop, which uses much of the Cookie Loop and adjacent trails like Red Pine.
Caution should be exercised during the entire race, lasting approximately 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM.
To avoid racers almost entirely, we encourage skiers to use the 8KM Loop, River Run, Creek Trail, X-C Express, Lake Marie, and Wolf Tracks ski trails.
Snow tubing, snowshoeing, and ice skating will not be affected by the Squirrel Hill Skiathlon races.