Sunday, March 15, 2020

Parallel 45World Cup Course Tour

Sunday, March 15: 5:30 – 6:30 pm
The Trailhead, 1221 Theodore Wirth Pkwy

The Parallel 45 Tour is a non-competitive event in which the general public will be given the chance to ski on the FIS World Cup course. Skiers may ski the course as many or as few times as they would like in the half hour allotted to the Tour.

Skiers are encouraged to wear their most cherished bib from a race they have done previously. After the Tour a photo session should be organized for skiers with specific bibs (e.g. Birkie bibs, Olympic bibs, Vasaloppet bibs, etc…). Participants should check in at the registration office inside the Trailhead to receive a sticker to put on their bib to indicate they have registered and paid.

Spectating is free and open to the public.

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IMPORTANT: Registration will close 30 minutes prior to race start to allow processing of entries for team scoring.

EventStarting Oct 17, 2019Starting Oct 31, 2019Starting Feb 6, 2020Starting Mar 10, 2020Registration close
FP45 Tour on the World Cup Course$35$38$40$45Day-of registration available

Proceeds from the FP45 Tour on the World Cup Course benefit the Loppet Foundation. Learn more about the Foundation's mission, vision, and values.

Registration and transaction fees are non-refundable, including in the event of delay, rescheduling, or cancellation of an event or program. An event or program registration is not transferable to another person or another event for any reason, including injury. Participating under another person's name will result in disqualification.

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Sunday, March 15th

  • 12:00 pm – 5:30 pm – Packet pick-up for Sunday adult participant events in the Great Hall at The Trailhead
  • 5:30 pm – Event starts in the Lower Stadium
  • 6:30 pm – Course closes

Skiers will be able to ski the entirety of the FIS World Cup Sprint Course. You can view the 1.7km course map here.

Stay tuned to our Trail Conditions page to be the first to learn if conditions-based event adjustments must be made.