March 9, 2019 - March 10, 2019 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
The Stomp Games are back!
This year we have a banked slalom course with the adult divisions beginning at Teakettle Trail and running down Pend Oreille all the way to the village. Groms will begin at the top of Lower Stiles and run on the lower portion of the course to finish in the village as well.
This is a timed event with competitors running individually and racing against the clock. All racers get 2 runs, with the fastest being used as their final time.
Skiers and snowboarders of all ages are invited to compete in this fun, flowy event! Kids 12 and under compete on the Grom course and everyone else races on the full course. Age divisions will be broken out based on registration numbers on the day of the event.
- Helmets are required for all competitors at all times on course
- All competitors must complete an inspection run prior to competition
- First run is in numerical order in divisions—Skiers / Boarders
- Second run is in reverse numerical order within divisions - Boarders/skiers
- BE AWARE - MISS YOUR START, MISS YOUR RUN
March 9-10, 2019
Day of Registration and Check in the Caribou Room, upper level of the Lakeview Lodge.
Entry Fee :
$25 for Groms (register by March 1) / $35 late Grom registration (register by March 8) / $40 on site
$30 for Adults (register by March 1) / $40 late Adult registration (register by March 8) / $45 on site
8 - 11am: Check-in and late registration in Lakeview Lodge (all competitors) Grom registration closes at 9:30am
9 - 11am: Grom practice lower
10am - 3PM: Adult practice upper
11:30am: Grom competitor meeting on Taps Deck
Noon: Grom Competition Begins
Grom awards 30 minutes after competition
8 - 9:30am: Check-in and late registration for adults who didn’t check in on Saturday
9 - 11am: Adult full course inspection/practice
11:30am: Adult divisions competitor meeting on Taps deck
Noon: Competition immediately follows
Awards 30 minutes after last competitor
Contact the Schweitzer Activity Center for more information at 208.255.3081 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends and family can view the finish from the village and will be able to walk up to the finish. If you want to be at the start or on course you need to purchase a lift ticket and be on skis or a snowboard. Uphill traffic and foot traffic on the mountain are prohibited.