• World-class grooming--simply the BEST!
• 40% more dedicated snowshoe terrain!
• New ski trail this year offers a whole new loop!
Maine State Championship SS Race - Sunday, Feb 9th, 2014
Qualifier for the 14th Annual US National Snowshoe Championships, Feb 28 - Mar 4, 2014 at Prospect Mountain Ski Center, Woodford, VT.
Details coming soon! RLTC is proud to host the Maine State Championships this year. You will surely be pleased with our unique snowshoe terrain, our friendly volunteers, and great ambiance. We hope you will make plans to stay in Rangeley and enjoy all it has to offer the winter enthusiast. MOre information about the area can be obtained at our Chamber of Commerce site
2nd Annual Rangeley Moose Dash - Sunday, March 16th, 2014

Join us as we host our Second Annual Snowshoe Event! NOW FULLY SANCTIONED BY THE U.S. SNOWSHOE ASSOCIATION!  Stay tuned for more details. Download a registration form and waiver HERE. We may accept day of race registration up to 1 hour before the race.  Online registration will be available on Skireg.com
RESULTS
Race Categories are:

8:30  AM    Kids Fun Run - 1K (10 and under)...................Entry Fee: $5 
9:00 AM     5K Junior -  Girls and Boys Under 19
...............Entry Fee: $15
10:00 AM   10K Adult - Open M & W - Ages 20-39..............Entry Fee: $20
10:00 AM   10K Adult - Master M & W - Ages 40-49............Entry Fee: $20
10:00 AM   10K Adult - Senior M & W - Ages 50-59.............Entry Fee: $20
10:00 AM   10K Adult - Veteran M & W - Ages 60+.............Entry Fee: $20
10:05 AM    Non-Timed 5K Tour - Ages 18+....................Entry Fee: $10 

Prizes and sponsors are still being determined. Guaranteed to be good though!


RANGELEY MOOSE DASH COURSE DESCRIPTION


The Rangeley Moose Dash 5k and 10k courses take advantage of the beautiful varied terrain we have available here at the Trails Center, from wide straight-a-ways to gradual ascent and descents, to some aggressive hill climb/descent opportunities. Views and possible wildlife sightings are included! 


The course is a mix of single track, wide open ski trails, and virgin territory. Because of the amount of snow we receive, the virgin isn’t going to be 100% virgin, otherwise people would be up to their waist in snow. However, we will manage the trails so that a certain portion of them remain ungroomed or untrod for a while before the race. 


Our stadium (bigger than a football field) provides an excellent venue for mass starts and great visibility for an exciting finish. There is a sidehill overlooking the stadium that also provides a great place for spectators. There are several places along the course that are in the vicinity of our yurt lodge that also provide good places for cheering/spectating.