Race Details:

Presented By: Winona Forest Recreation Association

Welcome to the 2022 Ski Season in Winona Forest

We have exciting news for this coming ski season! For 2022, the Try-It ski event will feature the newly constructed Cross Leg Trail. Built this summer, Cross Leg offers a wide, sweeping trail that should work well for skate style skiing. Choose from a 1 loop 9K course, or 2 loops for 18K. The traditional 12.5K course will continue to be used for the classic event at 9AM.

This is a great time for people to come out and explore the Winona Forest on skis. This race is designed for people of all ages, abilities, and levels. It is a good time to enjoy the forest with family and friends and explore the trails. For those participating in the Winona Forest Tourathon on February 12, 2022 it is a great opportunity to train.

When: Saturday, January 22, 2022

Where: CCC Camp in Mannsville, NY

(directions can be found on the Winona Forest website)

Start time Classical Race: 9:00 AM (Rolling start)

Start time Skate Races: 12:00 PM (Rolling Start)

Day of Race bib pick-up: 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM at CCC Camp for Classical race.

                                       9:00 AM – 12:00 PM at CCC Camp for Skate races.         

Cost: $30.00

Registration can be completed through the link at www.winonaforest.com or directly at www.skireg.com.

For 2022 we will continue to adhere to the following health/safety guidelines:

Bib pick-up will be outdoors. Unvaccinated skiers please wear your mask. Maintain 6 ft of distance from others.
Masks must be worn at race start for unvaccinated individuals.
There will be no warming up or cooling down on the course. There is a groomed trail (Pussycat) directly behind CCC Camp that can be used.
There is a small warming hut, but it is impossible to maintain social distancing, so only vaccinated individuals should enter the hut.
No post-race activities.
Register by January 9th to receive a commemorative race keepsake.
Please bring your own hydration/energy snacks.

Please check the Winona Forest Recreation Association Facebook page for weather related cancelations/delays as well as any updates.


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