News from the Winona Forest Recreation Association
Stone Wall Update
The Stone Wall Polar Blast
We’re going to need it to chill off the hottest snowshoe race around. We have snow, we have cold, we have the Stone Wall Course. Finally some normalcy.
Here’s what you need to know…
DIRECTIONS: Take Rt. I-81 to exit 39, which is the Mannsville Exit. Head East on County Route 90 to stop sign in Mannsville. Go through stop, and continue on East 90 for a total of 6 miles. Look for orange "WINONA RACE'' signs at intersections.
LOANER SHOES: DION racing snowshoes available. Reserve by adding to your registration. We will run out if you do not reserve in advance.
REFRESHMENTS: Good hearty post race foods
RACE DIRECTOR: Matt Westerlund Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FACILITIES: Cold Porta-potties
AWARDS: Top 3 male and female awards for each race
SWAG: Register by 12/29 to receive The 2023 Beer glass
The Stone Wall 5K/10K Race follows a well-marked course that is true to the sport of snowshoe racing. The 5K course is designed so anyone can participate, regardless of your ability levels. The 10K course is a true test of endurance, and should be selected only after at least some level of snowshoe training and/or high fitness level. Winter conditions are unpredictable! You may encounter deep snow, bitterly cold temperatures, blizzard-like conditions, logs to jump, limbs to duck, wet conditions, water holes, downed trees, steep up and down hills, snowmobilers, skiers, and wild animals. It could be a bright, blue, clear winter day, or it could be something very different. Be prepared for anything. Regardless of weather, come to enjoy the day with fellow ‘shoers, in a beautiful forest.
The Stone Wall is more than just a race, it is an Experience.
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