Montana Enduro Series: Enduro Pescado
Race Details:

Registration and Racer Meeting will take place near the gazebo at the end of the Birch Lot (closest to Chair 1 lift)
7:00 AM: check-in opens
8:30 AM: racer meeting (MANDATORY)
8:45 AM: Pro racers depart on Chair One for Stage 1 start
9:05 AM: Expert racers depart on Chair One for Stage 1 start
9:25 AM: Sport racers depart on Chait One or Stage 1 start
9:30 AM: Race course open
3:00 PM: Race course closed
4:00 PM: awards at the Bierstube, 3896 Big Mountain Rd

Parking
Plan to park in the Cedar Lot located below the Chair One lift on both Saturday and Sunday. Additional parking is available at the Base Lodge. Follow signs to the village, then to Chair 1 / Parking.

Lodging
Due to the music festival in Whitefish on the same day as the race, Lodging is sold out on mountain there is very little left in town. Camping is available at the resort, restrictions apply. Please see below.

Camping
Camping is very limited for this busy event weekend. There is a large wedding, a large music festival as well as the Enduro.
• Here are some things to know if you plan on camping –
• Please check in at the lodging front desk located at the Kintla lodge prior to setting up. There is a fee of $15+tax per night. Just follow signs to the Upper Village area/Lodging Check In.
• Camping is permitted in the Willow Tail Parking Lot at the resort (near the base lodge, at the back of Willow Lot – see link below). Please park in such a way to allow for many other campers to use the space as well.
• In the camping area there are 20 RV spots are available, though they are expected to sell out by Thursday. There is a designated tent / vehicle camping area (i.e. no towed campers) set aside for the race.
• There are no showers provided. Dumpster and porta-potty available on site.
• http://skiwhitefish.com/lodging-maps/

Comments

  • + 1
NMK187 UROC (Jul 11, 2019 at 21:26)
I can't see the 2019 route either, only the 2018 route. Never been to Whitefish before, hope its updated tomorrow for practice.
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  • + 2
PocketSand (Jul 11, 2019 at 20:54)
How do I get this route on the Trailforks app?
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