Race Details:

Presented By: Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center

2022 Ski, Shoe, and Fatbike to the Clouds Regulations

- Nordic ski equipment only.

- USSSA legal snowshoes only.*

- Fatbikes ONLY-Both tires must be wider than 3.7 inches and tire pressure must be less than 10 psi.

- Skiers, runners, and riders must abide by the seeding that is given at bib-check in

- Competitors must stay on race course and follow signs.

- Competitors may wax their skis during the race. Competitors may be handed tools and wax but must do this outside of the track and without the help from any other people.

- When over-taking another competitor whether biker, skier or snowshoer, it is up to you to make the other competitor aware of your presence. Please give as wide a berth as possible when passing. 

- Snowshoers and bikers must stay out of the classic ski tracks and warn skiers if they are overtaking them.

- A competitor who is overtaken must give way on the first demand. When overtaking, competitors must not obstruct each other. After passing, make sure you are at least 10' in front of the person you passed before moving in front of them. 

- Racers who have finished may slowly and in control, bike, ski or snowshoe down the Auto Road but may not hinder an uphill biker, skier or snowshoer. 

- When biking, skiing and snowshoeing down the Auto Road you must stay to the right.

* must be a non-prototype snowshoe designed for an adult that meets or exceeds 120 square inches of functional surface area AND can be no smaller than 7” wide by 20” long. United States Snowshoe Association

Cancellation/Refund Policy

Great Glen Trails is an outdoor recreation facility, and as such, weather can dramatically impact events and activities taking place at the site. Events/activities that you are registering for will only be cancelled for extreme and unsafe weather conditions at the site, not for uncomfortable or seasonal weather events or driving conditions to/from Great Glen Trails.

COVID19, severe weather, lack of snow, or unsafe conditions may force cancellation or modification of the Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds. In the event of a cancellation, there will not be a weather date and a 50% refund on individuals' registration fees will be given. The Mt. Washington Summit Road Co. dba Great Glen Trails reserves the right to modify Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds to accommodate weather or course conditions. No refunds will be given if the race is held in a modified form.

If you choose to not participate Ski, Shoe and Fatbike to the Clouds, after your registration has been completed and your fee has been caputured, you forfeit your registration fee to Great Glen Trails, regardless of the circumstances of your cancellation.

Your registration is non-transferable, without the expressed written permission of staff at Great Glen Trails.


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