• Date
    Sunday March 13, 2022
    to
    Sunday March 13, 2022
    past event
  • Type
    Race
  • Activities
    Nordic Ski
  • Location
    Jackson, New Hampshire United States
    153 Main Street, Jackson, NH 03846
  • Website
Race Details:

Presented By: JacksonXC



Long Hall Loppet

March 14, 2021 - SUNDAY 

21 K (and 12.6 K), starting between 9 am and 10 am

Preliminary results: 

 

Freestyle (timed); Classic tracks will be available.  Untimed Tour available.

 

Celebrate JacksonXC’s long distance ski tradition with a race and tour on the Ellis River, Kellogg and Hall Trails. This is a freestyle race in the New England Nordic Ski Association’s Racing Series and is open as a recreational tour for both classic and skate skiers.

NENSA                                  Part of the Citizen/Zak Cup race for series points

START                                   9 am – 10 am. You may start later, but see below for when timing ends.

                                                Rolling interval starts (check in with timer when you are ready.)

FINISH                                  Timing ceases at 1 pm.  Volunteers will check in finishers until 2 pm.

PRE-REGISTRATION         Long Hall Loppet Online Registration (skireg.com)            

# PICK UP                            Touring Center  

DAY-OF-RACE REG.          Touring Center Ticket Window

                                             DOR Fee $45 ($10 more than online.)

RACE COURSE                   


21 K: The LONG Course has now changed: it follows the Short Course UP the Keeney and then makes 2 laps around Maple Mountain, and then rejoins the short course to travel to the finish. It's 21 K.  Warm weather damaged the North Ellis beyond what we could prepare for Sunday. 
12.6K:    Short Course: S/F at southern intersection of Ellis/Riverbank: Ellis, turn LEFT on Keeney, Turn Left onto S Hall, Bengt (renamed trail, 100% Bengt), (right onto) Ellis to finish.
LOW SNOW OPTIONS: S/F at Rocky Branch.

AGE GROUPS:                    Results will be posted including the following age groups, for both distances.





 

Age Group


Distance: Prizes for fastest M and F in listed categories. Results will be posted for all distances by age group and NENSA will score both distances.




BKL (Grade 8 and younger)


12.6K


 




U18 (includes U16)


12.6K


 




U23 (includes U20)


 


22.5 K




SR (23 – 29)


 


22.5 K




Master 1 / M1: 30-34


 


22.5 K




Master 2 / M2: 35-39


 


22.5 K




Master 3 / M3: 40-44


 


22.5 K




Master 4 / M4: 45-49


 


22.5 K




Master 5 / M5: 50-54


 


22.5 K




Master 6 / M6: 55-59


 


22.5 K




Master 7 / M7: 60-64


 


22.5 K




Master 8 / M8: 65-69


12.6 K


22.5 K




Master 9 / M9: 70-74


12.6 K


22.5 K




Master 10 / M10: 75-79


12.6 K


22.5 K




Master 11 / M11: 80-84


12.6 K


 




Master 12 / M12: 85-89


12.6 K


 





 


TOURING OPTION           Not timed.  For fun, entry into raffle.

PRIZES                                  White Mountain Puzzles for the fastest man and woman in the above listed categories; plus fastest overall man and woman overall for each distance.

RAFFLE                                 5 hats will be given out by pre-drawn raffle. Will be in with Goody Bags.

FINISH LINE FOOD            Oranges

All finishers will be listed in the JacksonXC results; you may decide "on course" if you wish to switch distances. 

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