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Crowbar Ski Mountaineering Race


Race:  CROWBAR winter backcountry race

Equipment:  AT/rando, telemark, or split board

Date:  Feb 19, 2011

Location:  Logan Canyon, Bunchgrass Trailhead

Time:  Pre-race meeting at 8:30 am, race starts at 9:00 am

Registration:  $40

Avalanche safety equipment is mandatory (beacon, shovel, probe)

Helmets are recommended, but not required.

This race takes place entirely in the backcountry.  I will mark the course and set at least one track prior to the race, with passing lanes in some areas.  Skin track condition will of course be weather dependent.

Racers will finish in 2-5 hrs.  Distance is 4-6 miles and vertical is 3,500 to 5,000 depending if you choose the Recreation or Race division.

This is subject to change if pending weather and avalanche conditions.

If you joined us last year, hope you had fun!  Expect a similar course, with some minor varations.  This may include shortening the Recreation division and lengthening the Race division.  A booter may be included.

Check the blog often for updates.  Once the course is finalized I will post maps on the blog.

Thanks to Nordic United who make this event possible!



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When & Where
Event Date:
Saturday, February 19, 2011  
Event Location:
Bunchgrass Trailhead
Logan UT 84321

Approximate Location
Location Map
Directions:  Coming into Logan from SLC, take Main street to 400 North and turn right (east).  This will take you to the mouth of Logan Canyon.  Parking is at a large plowed pull out on the right hand side of the road, 22 miles up Logan Canyon. 1/10 of mile past the Tony Grove turn-off.  The race start is across the highway from the parking area.  We encouarge you to car pool if possible.  There is plenty parking at First Dam, at the mouth of the canyon.