• Date
    Saturday January 15, 2022
    Saturday January 15, 2022
    past event
  • Type
  • Activities
    Trail Running
  • Location
    , Utah United States
Race Details:

Presented By: Northeast Delta Dental

N.H. Snow or No, We GoTrail Series 2022
Presented by: Northeast Delta Dental

Snow or no, we go is pre-registration only and capped at 75.
A series of six trail races (2-4 miles, more or less. All races are run on loops. You may choose to run one or two loops.  We urge you to run on snowshoes when/if conditions are acceptable. No race will be cancelled or postponed for lack of snow. We will simply run in trail shoes, micro spikes, whatever works on that day.
You may race independently or as a team member. You must have at least three athletes finish a race to score as a team.
 “Safer At Home Race Guidelines” for COVID-19 will be used if necessary in January and February of 2022.
All proceeds to Canterbury Shaker Village a 401c Non-Profit
Race dates and locations are as follows:

1/15/22 Canterbury Shaker Village 288 Shaker Rd Canterbury, NH 03224
1/29/22 Canterbury Shaker Village 288 Shaker Rd Canterbury, NH 03224
2/5/22 Canterbury Shaker Village 288 Shaker Rd Canterbury, NH 03224
2/12/22 Prospect Acres OCR 4 Beaumier Drive, Franklin, NH 03235
2/19/22 Canterbury Shaker Village 288 Shaker Rd Canterbury, NH 03224
3/5/22 Prospect Acres OCR 4 Beaumier Drive, Franklin, NH 03235

There may well be zero amenities such as portable toilets, food, or drink. Cost for each race is $20.00. We have a Snow or No Special of $100.00 if you sign up for all six races. Participants must pre-register and sign a waiver.
For further information, email Tom Walton ( [email protected]) , Ellen Raffio  ([email protected]) or Steven Nelson ([email protected])


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