Sunday, March 13, 2016
Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds: It’s North America’s Toughest 10k

Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds includes 4km on Great Glen Trails Nordic system followed by a climb of more than 2,200 vertical feet over the final 6 kilometers.
Skier mass start at 10:00 am
Snowshoe mass start 10:05 am
Fatbike mass start 10:10 am

*Official timing will end 2 hours after the snowshoe start, at 12:05 pm.

Entry fee for 2015:

Registration will be available Saturday and Sunday (March 12 & Mar 13, 2016) at Great Glen Trails.  Day of registration will be from 7:30am – 8:30am

Bib pickup: Saturday 3/12/2016 from 12:00-4:00pm and Sunday 3/13/2016 from 7:30am-9:00am.

Warm clothing (all racers must ski or snowshoe down) for the finish line must be in a marked bag and dropped off at registration as early as Saturday, 3/12/2016 and no later than 7:45AM on Sunday, 3/13/2016.

Thanks to one of our sponsors, Polartec, the first 100 entrants will receive a fleece blanket!

Even though it was first held in 1996 and is part of a history of racing up Mt. Washington, Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds now utilizes the Great Glen Trails Nordic system for 4 kilometers before beginning the steep ascent up the Mt. Washington Auto Road. In the past, the race used only terrain on the Auto Road, limiting the distance. The race will finish just before the halfway point of the Mt. Washington Auto Road at about 3,800 feet above sea level. Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds will certainly be a challenge for any skier, especially those who have enjoyed the Great Glen to Bretton Woods Nordic Adventure, which saw its finale in March of 2007.

Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds is a true freestyle event: skiers can use either skating or classic technique. There will not be separate categories for each ski discipline. Also, competitors may only use one pair of skis in this mass start race. Snowshoers must be competing using USSSA approved snowshoes: must be a non-prototype snowshoe designed for an adult that meets or exceeds 120 square inches of functional surface area AND can be no smaller than 7” wide by 20” long. (Even though this is NOT a sanctioned race)
United States Snowshoe Association
*Fatbikes ONLY-Both tires must be wider than 3.7 inches and tire pressure must be less than 10 psi

All competitors will receive a medal to mark their accomplishment.