2020 Race will be held on February 1st
Sign up starting on November 11th 2019
Check that out : our handler training on December 28th, 2018
Our race starts and finishes in Greenville, Maine and traverses through the heart of Maine's 100 Mile Wilderness, with checkpoints at AMC's Medawisla, Little Lyford and Gorman Chairback Camps along with West Branch Pond Camps.
Our support teams from Greenville Fire, Greenville PD, Greenville Public Works, Pine Tree Search and Rescue, Maine Warden Service and Maine Forest Service, Moosehead Riders and Shirley Bog Riders Snowmobile Clubs, Moosehead ATV Club and the Moosehead Chamber of Commerce.
Our many volunteers who tirelessly brave the cold temperatures to help keep the mushers safe and the whole event running smoothly.
WE are so fortunate to have the whole communities support for this annual event.
Mark your calendars for February 1st, 2020!
Come see these awesome “Athletes Run Naked, Eat Raw Meat and Sleep in the Snow.”
Many Thanks to all our volunteers and the use of Private Lands held by Weyerhauser, Appalachian Mountain Club, West Branch Pond Camps, Leisure Life Resort and many small land owners as well!
For more information or to volunteer, please contact Cheri Goodspeed at 207-695-0789
The race is organized by the Wilderness Sled Dog Racing Association, a Greenville non-profit.
We would like to thank the following sponsors for your continued support of the Wilderness Sled Dog Races.
Thank you again for your cooperation and we hope to see you next year, February 1st, 2020.
Wilderness Sled Dog Racing Association