The Town Challenge Series is a recreational race series designed for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. The goal of the series is to provide teams and individuals the opportunity to enjoy Mt. Hood Meadows in a family friendly and recreational racing environment. Participants may race as an individual or as a team. A team consists of 4 - 6 skiers or snowboarders ages 8 and older. So get your coworkers, friends and family together and head to the mountain!
The Town challenge is a series of three races February 22, March 8, and 23. February 22 and March 8 racing begins at approximately 4:30 PM and ends at 7 PM. On March 23 racing begins at 11 AM and ends at 3 PM. Registration is $10 per person at Concierge. The February 22 race will take place on the Banked Slalom Course; details on the March race courses to come.
Teams: Teams consist of 4-6 people with at least one person from each discipline (ski or snowboard). Teams should select one member as a team captain to represent them.
To have your individual time count toward team results, team captains must email their team name and the name, discipline (ski or snowboard) and gender of each team member to Chris Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org. No later than 24 hours prior event day.
Registration: Registration is available at Concierge ending 45 minutes prior to the start of the race.
Tickets: A racer ticket may be purchased at Concierge when registering for the Town Challenge the day of the event. Night racer tickets are $29 and day racer tickets are $64.
Results: Team results will be calculated by taking the combined fastest time from two separate races from the fastest 4 team members. Each team member must race a minimum of 2 days for the times to be counted toward their team total. Individual results will be calculated by taking the fastest two combined times from all three days of racing. The fastest male snowboarder and the fastest female snowboarder will receive a complimentary seat in the Full Sail Banked Slalom on March 30.
Results will be announced in the finish area over a PA as racers complete the course and posted on MHM website within 48 hours after the completion of the race.