The Challenge Loppet is an ideal end-of-season training goal. Pick a distance that seems right for you, then aim for speed or set a relaxed pace with friends. The 30km course includes the stunning views from the entire outer perimeter of the Ski Park. The 50 km course is a combination of the 20 km and 30 km loops.
To train for the Challenge Loppet, check out the new Perimeter Challenge.
Proceeds benefit Spokane Nordic Ski Association programs, trail maintenance and improvement.Date: Sunday March 5, 2017 – Mt. Spokane Cross-Country Ski Park
Start times: 50 km: 8:00 a.m. / 30 km: 9:00 a.m. / 20 km: 9:30 a.m.
* Check-in at Selkirk Lodge 20-30 minutes prior to race start time.
Course Closure Time: We will be closing the course for safety reasons at 3:00 PM this year. We ask that all Skiers be done skiing and return to the lodge by 3:00 pm this year.
Food: There will be hot food and refreshments at this year's event to include one hot vegetarian soup and one meat based hot soup for all volunteers and event participants.
| By Feb 20
|| By March 2
| 20 km
| 30 km
| 50 km
*no guarantee of shirt after Feb 20, 2017
*all registrations are final and non-refundable.
Rewards: Besides the satisfaction of achieving your personal goals in the company of the best ski community in the Northwest, register by Feb 26 to get a t-shirt to wear proudly throughout the year.
Online registration available until Thursday March 2, 2017. Day-of registration available at Selkirk Lodge.
You can join in the fun behind the scenes and make the Loppet a really fun and safe event for all who participate. Volunteers are needed for the following. Slots are all geared to be a max of 2 hours.
1. Registration Table Host (4)
2. Photographer (2)
3. Start Line Setup (2)
4. Food Table Staffing (6)
5. Finish Line Timer - done in shifts (8)
6. Selkirk Lodge Clean-Up (3)
Or you can sign up directly for the slot of your choice at the event volunteer sign-up. It's very easy and all you need to provide is your email address.
Spokane Nordic is committed to creating, developing and delivering programs to foster Nordic skiing
within the greater Spokane Community through efforts of organization, advocacy, and communication.
Spokane Nordic Ski Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
P.O. Box 501, Spokane, WA, 99210