• Date
    Sunday January 16, 2022
    Sunday January 16, 2022
    past event
  • Type
  • Activities
    Nordic Ski
  • Location
    Craftsbury, Vermont United States
    535 Lost Nation Rd
Race Details:

Presented By: The Craftsbury Outdoor Center

Come race the mid-January cobwebs out at the first annual Craftsbury Scramble, a freestyle team sprint for all ages. A team sprint is a two-person relay in which the first team member races around a short course, tags off to the second team member, who races around the same course and tags back to the first team member again, repeating until each team member has skied three times.

The Craftsbury Scramble will have a few twists: (1) there will be bumps, slaloms, and other obstacles on course, and (2) there will be a breakfast-themed post-race brunch The event is a fundraiser for the Kathy Wright Memorial Scholarship Fund, which helps offset racing and programming costs for members of the Craftsbury Ski Club. Racers can also expect cookies, a raffle from the ski club's legendary prize box, and a good time all around.

Racers are encouraged to find a buddy and sign up as a team. Individuals looking for a teammate may sign up as a solo team, and organizers will pair you with someone once registration closes. 

The Craftsbury Scramble is part of the NENSA Club Cup series.

Schedule of Events:

Race organizers may choose to consolidate BKL start times based on registration numbers.

10:00am: Open Men's, Women's and Mixed teams start

10:45am: BKL teams start - Lollipop

11:00am: BKL teams start - Grades 1/2 and 3/4

11:30am: BKL teams start - Grades 5/6 and 7/8

11:30am: post-race brunch begins

12:30am: awards

Age Groups: in the open race, the age-group category of your team is determined by the age group you would fall under if you averaged your team member's ages.

In the BKL race, teams will "race up" in the category of your oldest team member.

Course: Course maps will be uploaded below when available. These race courses are "open" and competitors are expected to yield to non-racers if necessary. Please help us by being courteous in the event that you need to pass a non-racer. 

Wax Policy: Fluorinated waxes, both for grip and glide, are not permitted at the Outdoor Center at any time. This includes both applying these waxes at the venue or applying them prior to arrival at the Outdoor Center. For more information, read our fluoro policy.

COVID19 Mitigation Measures

At a minimum, the following measures will be in place for all races at the Outdoor Center this winter in an effort to minimize the chance of transmission of COVID19. Failure to adhere to these measures may result in loss of start rights. Given the dynamic nature of the pandemic, review complete current updates on the Outdoor Center website to find the latest event participation requirements prior to heading up to the Center.

{Current policy will be updated here closer to event start date}


In the event that we are forced to cancel the event, we will refund participants their entry fees.

Questions? Email [email protected]


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