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Frequently Asked Questions

We will adhere to the current CDC and State of Wisconsin guidelines as outlined on the date of the race. Most activities take place outdoors and you should not need to venture inside. Out of respect for your fellow racers and the public-health emergency in Wisconsin, social distancing and masks are strongly recommended.

In the event of no snow, or too little to safely hold a snowshoe race, we simply will make it a trail-run, cross-country sort of race. In any event, we will have a race and we’ll have fun if it kills us. If the snow situation appears iffy at all, you should plan to bring a pair of sturdy shoes or boots to run in, just in case.

In the event of no snow, or too little to safely hold a snowshoe race, we simply will make it a trail-run, cross-country sort of race. In any event, we will have a race and we’ll have fun if it kills us. If the snow situation appears iffy at all, you should plan to bring a pair of sturdy shoes or boots to run in, just in case.

Yes. A chalet and changing areas are available.

It’s a hilly course with lots of ups and downs, though overall elevation change is relatively low.

No. Please ensure you are in adequate physical health to participate. The nearest hospital is 20 miles away.

Unfortunately, no, we do not have secure locker space available.

Sorry, but we do not have a course map.

Basically. We start the 6-mile event about 15 minutes ahead of the 3-mile event.

Yes. A limited selection of food and refreshments will be available for purchase at the Perkinstown Winter Sports Area.

That would be best. Some will be available to lend/rent on the day of the race, but don’t count on it.

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