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FEBRUARY 7-11, 2020

Race to the Sky is Montana’s premier winter sporting event, and Iditarod qualifier. We are recognized as one of the most challenging and beautiful sled dog races in the world. Our Races are a test of physical strength, mental toughness, teamwork, and a special bond between “man” and his canine friends. Working together, teams negotiate the trail through Montana’s scenic Rocky Mountains. Join us February 2020, for another exciting Race to the Sky!

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DAILY EVENTS

Friday, Feb. 7, Hi Country Trading Post Lincoln
1:00-3:30pm: Vet check 300 mile race
3:30-4:30pm: Drivers meeting-100 & 300 Mile races (Mushers and handlers only)
6:00-8:00pm: Pre-race banquet – Lincoln Community Hall

THANK YOU TO OUR WONDERFUL SPONSORS!

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Our educational 

Book

For teachers and students alike, this 40 Page book is loaded with information, stories, games and  artwork  that is sure to bring the history of Montana Sled Dog Racing to the classroom. For more on what we offer, visit our Educational page or download a copy of  our Book today!

Chris's Race Chatter

tales from our race manager
Skijoring & Dogsled Fun

Skijoring & Dogsled Fun

Saturday, January 11, I found myself at the West Bypass musher trailhead for the Skijoring and Dogsledding Fun Days put...

Rich Ranch Community Day

Rich Ranch Community Day

Yes we have ranches all over here in MT land. The Rich Ranch has been doing this for 25 years!...

the Big Book

the Big Book

I have been asked to talk about “the big book” as I lovingly call my loose-leaf binder where I have...

Thankful for …

Thankful for …

Things here in MTland starting to freeze up. Snow is coming and winter is starting to settle in. Get ready...

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Jack Beckstrom

A Legend

 

Jack Beckstrom was one of the original founders of Race to the Sky. It was his vision in the very beginning and for the next 34 years, he worked tirelessly to make sure this race thrived, attracting dog mushers from all over the lower 48, Canada and Alaska. For more on Jack, visit here 

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