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Lost Valley Winter Duathlon @ Lost Valley Ski Area'
Jan 27 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Lost Valley Winter Duathlon @ Lost Valley Ski Area' | Auburn | Maine | United States

Baxter Outdoors continues the Packed Powder Series with a stop at Lost Valley Ski Area in Auburn, Maine and part of the Auburn Winter Fest. This classic local ski hill with over 10km of cross country ski trails will play host as we snowshoe and nordic ski our way through the woods of central Maine.

The race can be tackled as a solo 5km snowshoe, solo 10km duathlon, or team 10km duathlon. The 5km snowshoe course will take place on single track trails throughout the woods. The nordic course will be set on the Auburn Nordic Ski Association trails behind Lost Valley Ski Area.

XC Skiers will race first at 9:00am. Duathlon teams will transition directly into their snowshoe leg. Solo snowshoers will begin at 9:05am

All races will start and finish near the Lost Valley base lodge.

Discipline(s):Snowshoe, Nordic Ski, Ski Mountaineering

Race Options:

Solo 5km Snowshoe
Solo 10km Duathlon
Team 10km Duathlon


$30/$35 —– 5km Snowshoe (Solo): Early Bird/Normal

$35/$40 —– 10km Duathlon (Solo): Early Bird/Normal

$50/$60 —– 10km Duathlon (Team): Early Bird/Normal

*Youth 16 & under always race for $15

*Early Bird pricing ends on 1/19/2019

What’s Included:

● Entry to race
● Baxter Outdoors: multi-use bandana buff
● Day-of race snacks and water
● Other Baxter Outdoors swag (i.e. stickers, magnets, etc)
● A cooldown beer (must be over 21)

Event Schedule:

7:30am: Race registration opens
8:30am: Race registration ends
9:00am: Shotgun start for nordic ski
9:05am: Shotgun start for snowshoe

FMI: and

Somerset SnowFest @ Skowhegan, Maine
Feb 8 – Feb 10 all-day
Somerset SnowFest @ Skowhegan, Maine

Somerset SnowFest is a weekend-long celebration of all things winter! Featured activities include a snowman building competition (weather dependent), ice fishing derby, orienteering race, equestrian skijoring event (competitor registration is now open), family sledding at the park, a dog-friendly hike at Lake George, and an adult brunch walk at Lakewood Golf Course. For a full listing of activities and associated registrations please visit

The Longfellow February Frostbite 2.5K Road Race @ Portland High School
Feb 17 @ 9:00 am
The Longfellow February Frostbite 2.5K Road Race @ Portland High School  | Portland | Maine | United States

$150 cash prize for new course records M and F. 1st place M and F receive new running shoes from Fleet Feet Maine Running Company. Awards for 2nd M/F overall and 2-deep in 10-year age categories. Prizes for Best Victorian Winter Running Apparel and Best Longfellow Canine Look-Alike.

PACKET PICKUP and Pre-Registration: 10AM–1PM, Saturday, February 16, 2019, Fleet Feet Maine Running Company, 309 Marginal Way, Portland, ME 04101

RACE-DAY REGISTRATION: 7AM–8:55AM, Sunday, February 17, 2019, Portland High School Gym, Upper Chestnut Street Entrance. RACE-DAY PRICE: $20:00
Start Time: 9:00am EST
End Time: 10:00am EST
Price: $17.00 Race Fee + $2.50 SignUp Fee
Registration: Registration ends February 16, 2019 at 11:59pm EST

Irish Road Rover 5K @ Brian Boru
Mar 3 @ 9:00 am

23rd Irish Road Rover 5K in Portland, Maine
Brian Boru Pub House 57 Centre St.


Proceeds benefit “Habitat for Humanity”

Saturday March 2nd 10AM-3PM Fleet Feet ME Running Co. 309 Marginal Way

$20 Pre-Registration

Shirt deadline February 14th

Race Day Packet Pickup 9:30AM to 10:57AM Brian Boru

5 Year Age Groups Top 3, Top 3 Club, Corporate, Open Teams (4 people or more)

All registrants by Feb 14th receive a shirt or stein

*No one will be turned away from running but due to Brian Boru capacity please pre-register. $25 will be charged if you sign up race day.

Register today

Moose on the Loose winter triathlon @ The Meadows Golf Club
Mar 3 @ 10:00 am
Moose on the Loose winter triathlon @ The Meadows Golf Club

New England’s premier winter triathlon! Offering Snowshoe (first leg), Fat Bike OR ski (second leg) and run (third leg) or bring the entire family and run a fun snow 5k only option. Know a friend who has snowshoes and another with skis? Come and participate in the relay division. This triathlon will provide a great way to break up the winter doldrums, get outside and off the trainer. With scenic courses and stunning views this race is sure to please both the first timer looking for a fun event to get outside and experienced triathlete alike.

10:00a Tentative Start Time
(no need to get up early, it’s winter and we have no reason to start in the dark!)

The Moose on the Loose triathlon was conceived as a collaboration between TriME and the Meadows Golf Club to provide an opportunity to take advantage of the trails and club house of the Meadows Golf Club and world class operations of TriME to produce a winter triathlon the experienced triathlete and outdoor enthusiast will both enjoy. Proceeds will benefit the Litchfield Snowmobile Club.

Information will soon be added on a friendly, fun and free kids race (run or snowshoe a special loop just for the kids!).

Included with your entry: Race swag, great post race food and of course a scenic, safe, closed course through Litchfield, Maine.


Mary’s Walk & Kerrymen 5K @ Starts at Thornton Academy
Mar 24 @ 12:00 pm
Mary's Walk & Kerrymen 5K @ Starts at Thornton Academy | Saco | Maine | United States

Mary’s Walk began in 1999 as a unique way to recognize and remember Mary Kerry Libby, a much-loved member of the Saco-Biddeford community who passed away from Burkitt’s Lymphoma.

What started as a simple memorial stroll through town with a few hundred people has evolved into a major community effort that has attracted over 50,000 participants in its 20-year span and raised over $3 million to support Maine-based cancer programs.

Last year Mary’s Walk, and its companion run, the Kerrymen 5K, raised nearly $250,000 and attracted 2,000 participants to downtown Saco.

Thanks to advances in the understanding of cancer, Burkitt’s Lymphoma now has an effective treatment that saves lives every year. We will continue to support the memory of Mary and all men and women who suffer from every type of cancer until we can proudly celebrate a Maine without cancer.