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Audrey Mangan, Quincy Massey-Bierman and Robert Linck during the ski leg.

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Hallie Grossman during the run leg.

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Susan Dunklee tackles the paddle leg.

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Almost home on the bike leg

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Rick Costanza and Quincy Massey-Bierman post race.

2018 04 13 MnI map

2018 Course Map (see full pdf link in text, with individual leg maps)

Results: Mud n' Ice Quadrathlon

Last Updated: 19.Apr.2019

Results, in both PDF and XL. Thanks to all who came out to brighten a grey day! Photos courtesy of Paul Bierman. (Find more here).


Race Info:
The fabled race is back Saturday, April 20! It's Craftsbury groomer Keith Woodward's favorite race (he also doubles as course designer and chief organizer). The exact course is TBD as the day draws nigh, but the plan is that you'll start your day on our ski trails with ~10k freestyle, followed by ~5 miles of running, a ~2.5 mile paddle, capped with a 11mi bike on lovely Kingdom dirt roads in mud season.

Map of 2018 routes (see pages of pdf for individual legs)
Note:  Wylie Hill (run leg) remains mostly frozen for the half mile descent (where the road is unmaintained during winter). Exercise caution when running, and DO NOT try to drive up or down it. Access transition area #2 from Rt 14.

Entry will be online via SkiReg. Watch for registration opening soon. 

Race weekend, only the cabins will be available (no meals included). Adding to the offseason lodging rate bargain? Craftsbury houseguests race the Mud n' Ice for FREE - make it a weekend at Craftsbury!

Compete as an individual or as a team. Teams can be any size from 2-5 people.

What boat can I use? Whatever you want that's human powered. Results will not be broken out by boat category, though creative/hard-core options will earn our respect.

Registration