6-8 Dog Mid map

6-8 Dog Mid map

 Sprint class map

Sprint class map

 

The Conconully Snow Dog Super Mush is a premier sled dog race in the Pacific Northwest. Racers and dogs will navigate a challenging course with considerable elevation gains and backcountry terrain. This event will challenge even the most experienced mushers. SNO-PARK Permits ARE REQUIRED and are available online at https://fortress.wa.gov/parks/ecomm/prod/Store/SNO/SnoChoice.aspx or you can buy one at the General Store. Idaho and Oregon Sno-Park Permits are valid.

This race is under a Special Use Permit contract from the USFS/Okanogan-Wenatchee NF and Washington State DNR.

We are EXCITED to offer  fun challenges for this year’s event, specifically:

  • 8 Dog Mid-Distance class - approximately 24 miles per day.
  • 6 Dog Mid-Distance class - approximately 16 miles per day. 
  • Sprint Class - 9 miles per day - 2 Dog skijor, 4 Dog and 6 Dog classes timed separately. 
  • PeeWee Class - 1 dog, 200 feet

The race starts and ends at the Peacock Meadows Sno-Park just outside the town of Conconully in North-Central Washington State. Teams will navigate a challenging course with considerable elevation gains and backcountry terrain that will test even the most experienced mushers. Teams competing in the mid-distance classes will navigate a challenging course with considerable elevation gains and backcountry terrain that will test even the most experienced mushers. Additionally, we are offering a Trophy class, offering a fun opportunity for a variety of team sizes as well as skijor competitors.

 

Race site location

 
 

Entries must be post-marked no later than Monday, January 17th, 2018. Late entries will be considered on a case by case basis. Please contact us using the Contact form.

Modified ISDRA Rules apply:

  • 8 Dog Mid-Distance – may run 7 dogs to start
  • 6 Dog Mid-Distance- may run 5 dogs to start
  • Sprint Class –
    • 2 dog skijor - may run with one dog
    • 4 Dog class – must start and finish with a minimum of 3 dogs to remain qualified to finish.
    • 6 Dog class – must start with minimum of 5 dogs and may finish with 4 dogs to remain qualified to finish