A Semi-Competitive, Long-Distance Challenge
March 5th, 2023
Close to 100 participants typically gather from around the Pacific Northwest to compete in this highly-popular ski loppet (20, 30, or 50k). This event is timed and typically concludes with a lunch in the Selkirk lodge.
Food & Drinks
Gifts for Volunteers and Instructors
Where the Money Goes
Prizes for Winners
Food and Drinks
Volunteers (Valued at $15/hour)
This event typically draws 50-100 amateur skiers, but SNSA promotes the event to roughly 4,000-5,000 Inland Northwest locals.
Who the Event Reaches
This is SNSA's most challenging event. If you want to support the mission of staying active, pushing your limits, and having a passion for outdoor sports - this is the event to attach your brand to.
Reasons to Sponsor This Event
SNSA's events are frequently covered by The Spokesman, The Inlander, OutThere Outdoors, and more. We hire a professional photographer/videographer for every event & post about them frequently on social media.
This winter activity enables kids of all ages to be active, make new and build friendships, and provide a competitive and supportive positive environment of health and learning.
Throughout the season, the team participated in over 24 practices and 4 Junior National Qualifying races.
Several SNSA team members ranked in the top 10 within the PNSA division. Bridget Burns was ranked #1 in PNSA and top 15 nationally.