Yikes! Kent reports that he is slowly coming back from the pass, with heavy snow and cars in the ditch. He skied at exit 62 and said within 15 minutes, his tracks were filled in. If you go, be careful!
Schedule, race results and race reports for the 2016 Headlamp Race season at Cabin Creek
What's the Race Course?
The Berg loop and the PK loop, twice for masters, once for juniors. The Berg loop starts at the big open stadium area and is the smaller trail on the right that parallels the road. The PK loop is the small wooded loop behind you. Go for it!
Latest Conditions Report
Nick the groomer is keeping us updated on conditions at Cabin Creek right here. Check back often!
We take a special pride in this: no lights, no structure, no timers, just totally dark cross country ski racing at Cabin Creek, exit 63 on I-90, on Wednesday nights! Bring your own headlamp and your own watch; self-lit, self-timed and self-started, any time between 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm (except relay nights, which start at 6:30 pm). All races are 5k for masters, 2.5k for juniors, 2k for tiny juniors 10 and under. Relay nights are six 1.5k laps alternating classic and skating.
The cabin is open for changing clothes, eating dinner and telling stories after the races. Be sure to note your time on the sign-in sheet in the kitchen!
All are welcome -- it's a great way to get some fresh air and ski with your peeps in the middle of the week!
What are the conditions like?
Check Chris Caviezel's on-the-ground reports from Hyak: