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We have officially postponed the Wilderness Sled Dog Race till SUNDAY, February 5th, start of the race 9:30, the restaurant will be open to the public for breakfast and lunch, don't forget to check out the silent auction with awesome prizes from our local sponsors.

 

 

The registration is closed

Line up as 1/30/23

35 Mile Race
1
  Thomas Carroll

2  Megan Moberly

3  Brianna Boisselle

4  Sally Manikian

5  Paul Therriault

6  Kyla Meyer

7  Jaye Foucher

8  Cecile Willett

9  Kasey McCarty

10  Ashley Patterson

11  Mark Patterson

12  Lea Allen

13  Fayth Weed

14  Ingrid Bower

15  Patty Richards

16  Sarah Gazo

17  Lara Renner

4 Dog team

1  Peter Ashley

2  Piper Ashley

3  Amalia Allen

4  Julia Klaucke

5  Melissa Dunn

6  Carissa Daniels

SkiJor

1  Amanda St. Ivany

2  Adam Sharp

3  Liz Mycock

4  Al Paradis

2023 :
Due to a low number for the 70 mile race, we combined both races to a 35 mile, starting at 9:30 at Leisure Life in Greenville.

 

On February 4th of 2023, the International Wilderness Sled Dog Race will take place in the beautiful Moosehead Lake Region of Maine. As one of only two long distance races in New England, our 70- and 35-mile races have become very popular in the racing community. Noting from the mushers how friendly the area is along with being a well-organized race on awesome trails that traverse over mountains and lakes with spectacular views. It is a race that mushers, volunteers and spectators mark on their calendars. This year we will also be hosting the addition of a 4-mile sprint race with teams of three to four dogs as well as a Skijor race with one to two dogs, making for lots of action throughout the day with teams finishing Saturday afternoon.

 

The Wilderness Race is one of the few that offers a great opportunity to view the progress of a sled dog race! The trail gives spectators several viewing locations as they have the opportunity to watch the teams travel across three road crossings, trail passage within skiing distance from Little Lyford Pond Lodge and trail passage directly through West Branch Pond Camps. Its great natural setting is accessible by car, snowmobile, snowshoes or cross-country skis and continues to bring new visitors and business opportunities to the Moosehead Lake area.

The Wilderness race starts and finishes at Leisure Life Resort in Greenville Maine and traverses through the heart of Maine’s 100-mile wilderness area. The 70-mile race travels on both snowmobile and non-motorized trails on Weyerhaeuser and the Appalachian Mountain Club property passing through West Branch Pond Camps at the halfway point. The 35-mile travels on snowmobile trail with a large loop affording little to no head on passing. The 4-mile is on non-motorized trail with a large loop as well.

 

This year’s primary goal is to continue to attract world class mushers and offer a fun day for everyone. In order to make this happen we need your help with raising funds for this great race. Since the Wilderness Sled Dog Racing Association is a non-profit 501c3 organization your contribution is totally tax deductible. Attached is a list of sponsorship levels for your consideration. 

 

For more information on this event please visit our Facebook page Wilderness Sled Dog Race or our website 100milewildernessrace.org

Wilderness Sled Dog Racing

PO Box 311 ~ Greenville, ME 04441 ~ www.100milewildernessrace.org

 

 Thank you in advance,

Wilderness Sled Dog Racing Association

 

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