Part of the City of Lakes Loppet Winter Festival
Chuck & Don’s Skijor One Dog Loppet & Puoli Loppet
Saturday, February 6: 2:00 pm
The Trailhead, 1221 Theodore Wirth Parkway
Ski with your best friend… your dog! 10 kilometer (about 6.2 miles), 5 kilometer, and 3 kilometer distances makes the Chuck & Don’s Skijoring One-dog Loppet a fan-favorite. Come watch if you’re curious or come to join the fun with your dog. This is the first day of the National Skijoring Championship and IFSS World Cup Race following the premiere Loppet ski trail.
One Dog National Championship
While open to all experienced skijoring teams, the 10K race is part of the National Skijoring Championship and is an accredited IFSS World Cup Race. This race will feature some of the best skijoring teams in North America.
Read the official rules below to view more information about the race classes.
There is no race day registration. Online registration ends on the Tuesday evening before the event.Register Now!
|Status||Through 9/21/20||Through 11/30/20||Through 1/4/21||Through 2/1/21||Through 2/5/21||Final Price||Registration Deadline|
|Chuck & Don's Skijor One Dog Loppet (aka One Dog National Championship)||Open||$27||$30||$33||$36||$40||N/A||2/5/21 8:00pm|
|Chuck & Don's Skijor One Dog Puoli Loppet||Open||$27||$30||$33||$36||$40||N/A||2/5/21 8:00pm|
Proceeds from the Skijor One Dog Loppet & Puoli Loppet 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.
Race Day Information
- 10K: The top three one-dog teams in the 10K will be crowned the One-Dog National Champions and receive cash prizes (awards for the Championship categories will be on Sunday). Only one dog can be used in this event.
- 5K: Chuck & Don’s gift card prizes to the top three teams in this event. One or two dogs are permitted in this event.
- 3K: Chuck & Don’s gift card prizes to the top three teams in this event. Only one dog can be used in this event.
Skijoring teams will line up side-by-side and will start in waves with the front line reserved for those teams competing for the National Skijoring Championship and World Cup Race. 10K teams will start at 2:00 p.m. Medium and short course teams will start after. All races will start and finish at the Trailhead in Wirth Park.
Participants are responsible for reading, understanding and complying with published race rules prior to the event. Any changes or adjustments to these rules will be communicated prior to the race. Safety is of utmost concern for all and rules will be altered to ensure safety. No pulks, sleds or other carriers are permitted. Sit Skiers are permitted.
Teams will be seeded based on prior Skijoring Loppet results. Request for seeding by Skijorers with no prior race history must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan 18, 2019 to be considered for this event. Request must include links to publicly available skijoring race result.
10k Skijoring teams will be seeded based on 2019 SkijorUSA Midwest Race Series Race results. Registration is required by end of online registration on January 29 to be included in the seeding for this event.
All dog handlers must stand on the left side of the team they are assisting and must remain in place until all teams have passed. Do not attempt to move out of the way.
For more information about skijoring visit http://www.skijorusa.org
- 1:30 p.m. – Call to Start
- 2:00 p.m. – Skijoring 10K starts
- 2:15 p.m. – Skijoring 5K starts
- 2:20 p.m. – Skijoring 3K starts
- 3:00 p.m. – Skijoring Loppet Awards at Finish
Information on race maps and logistics, parking and transportation, registration and packet pick-up, awards, and results can be found here.
Stay tuned to our Trail Conditions page to be the first to learn if conditions-based event adjustments must be made.