• Date
    Saturday January 29, 2022
    Saturday January 29, 2022
    past event
  • Type
  • Activities
    Trail Running
  • Location
    Holyoke, Massachusetts United States
Race Details:

Presented By: Beast Coast Trail Running

This'll be a fun day - regardless of whether we have snow (to snowshoe) or end up just trail running instead  Low key running - no real prizes, no t-shirts, no frills, just fun.  We'll have a few munchies at the end of the race, but feel free to bring something to share (in true snowshoe racing tradition).

No need to tell us the distance you'll run - decide as you go whether you want to stop at one lap (of 5k-ish) or head out for a second loop of the course (for 10k-ish total).  

We will have loaner snowshoes available provided by the amazing folks at Dion Snowshoes.  But, we are also asking everyone to help out - if you have a spare pair or two, please bring them so someone else can use them.  And if you need a pair, let us know so we can try to manage (or scrounge up a few more pair).  If you are borrowing a pair of the Dion loaners, the rental fee is $5 and will be collected at the event.

The DCR Mt. Tom park gates open at 8:00am, so registration will start at 8:15am.  There will be day-of registration available, fee will be $25 (so just sign-up early and save yourself a few bucks).  

Team Competition is on!  We'll add up the fastest 4 participants from your team or club (using their 5k time/split).  Just be sure to have folks sign up under the same team/club name - this can be official teams/clubs, or just a group of friends.  Bragging rights to the fastest team (and likely a giant cookie to share)!


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