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Yooperbeiner Snowshoe Race – 10K, 5K, and Kids Race

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February 1, 2020
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Wolverine Nordic Trails
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Wolverine Nordic Trails
P.O. Box 27, 5851 Sunset Rd.
Ironwood, MI 49938 United States
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Registration is now open for Wolverine Nordic Trails 8th Annual Aspirus Yooperbeiner Snowshoe Race/Walk on Sat., Feb. 1, 2020.

Pre-register as a wellness team of 5 or more members and get $5 off each registration and a chance to take home the group traveling trophy based on the number of team members and size of organization. An award will also be given to the fastest team. Awards are given to overall winners and winners in age groups. All participants are welcome for post-race food and door prizes donated by local businesses. Both the 5k & 10k courses consist of groomed ski trails and packed single track on rolling terrain through wooded areas featuring a few hills.
The Yooperbeiner is a USSSA Sanctioned National Championship Qualifier. A $5 discount is given to USSSA members.

Entry Fees (Both 10K & 5K Race/Walk)
$30 by 1/30
$35 1/31 and after

Race Begins:
2/1/2020 @ 11:00AM

Registration at Wolverine Chalet:
Friday, January 31 @ 4:00-6:00PM
Saturday, February 1 @ 9:00-10:30AM

The MSU 4H is organizing the Kid’s Race which begins at 9:30. Age groups are Pups (3 and under) Kits(4-6) Cubs (7-9) Wolverines (10-12) All kids will receive awards and a gift from Mattson’s Family Chiropractic, the kid’s race sponsor.

Kids Race For Ages 4-12 years
Entry Fee
$10 by 1/30
$15 1/31 and after
Race Time
2/1/2020 @ 9:30AM

Registration forms as well as more Information and a list of Sponsors and Door Prizes can be found online at WolverineNordic.com. For questions contact us at wolverinenordic@gmail.com.
Wolverine is a non-profit organization of volunteers with the mission to preserve and promote skiing, snowshoeing, hiking and biking and to promote the value of lifetime physical fitness and athletic achievement.
Proceeds are used to maintain trails, equipment and facilities