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|Komen New England Snowshoe Vermont is a noncompetitive, snowshoe walk of 3K or 5K distance. Enjoy the crisp winter air at the Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center while making an impact in the fight against breast cancer. Online registration available: Oct. 1, 2019 – Jan. 24, 2020. Although fundraising is not required, it is strongly encouraged! Dion Snowshoes (of Bennington, VT) will be providing demos will supply lasts. Call Lodging Partner The Grafton Inn (802)-843-2248 for rates and availability.|
|Join us for our 8th Annual Winter Carnival for a day filled with outdoor fun and adventure! Go tubing, skiing or snowshoeing…enjoy a sleigh ride and demo new equipment! Demo equipment will be available from Rossignol Skis, Dion Snowshoes, Nevitrek Snowshoes and more to come…The outside fire will be ablaze for everyone to enjoy as well and The Grafton Inn will be serving food & beer! Admission includes a trail pass, ski/snowshoe rental equipment (as available) and tubing hill access too!|
|Komen New England Snowshoe New Hampshire is a beautiful, twilight snowshoe walk held on the Nordic Trails at Gunstock Mountain, Gilford, NH. Enjoy the crisp winter air as the sun sets while making an impact in the fight against breast cancer. Although fundraising is not required, it is strongly encouraged! Dion Snowshoes will provide demos while supply lasts. For special lodging information, visit http://komennewengland.org/snowshoe and visit New Hampshire’s “Additional Information”.|
This challenging event takes place at Great Glen Trails and the snow covered Mt. Washington Auto Road. Long referred to as “North America’s Toughest 10K”, the Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds course has an average grade of 12% over the last 6K as you climb the final 2,200 vertical feet. While there will be competitors who are seeking to make or break a record, for others it is the ultimate way to personally test themselves in one of nature’s most spectacular environments.
After covering 4k on the Nordic system, racers will have the historical Mt. Washington Auto Road to themselves as remarkable views of the Presidential Range and beyond are revealed. On race day, there will be a mass start of cross country skiers at 10 am, followed by the snowshoe start at 10:05 am and Fatbikers at 10:10 am. Ski, Shoe & Fatbike to the Clouds is considered a true freestyle event, there will not be separate classes for classic and skate skiing. This is NOT an event for inexperienced fatbikers, skiers or snowshoers!