There are limits in the 35 Mile and 75 Mile races.
150 Mile – uncapped, see qualifications note below in green.
75 Mile – 50
35 Mile – 70
Special information for 150 mile events
150 Mile racers must have previous winter and endurance experience that represents they are capable of safely completing the 150 mile event. Your registration may be revoked should you not have the required experience, based on the decision of the Tuscobia Winter Ultra. If you are unsure that you meet the qualification requirement you should contact email@example.com before you register.
Race start time and date
150-mile run will start at the CCC in Park Falls at 6:00 am Thursday, January 1, 2015.
150-mile ski will start at the CCC in Park Falls at 11:00 am Thursday, January 1, 2015.
150-mile bike will start at the CCC in Park Falls at 6:00 am Friday, January 2, 2015.
75-mile (all modes of transport) will start at the trail head in Rice Lake at 10:00 am Friday, January 2, 2015. Bus transportation provided from the CCC to the Rice Lake trail head*
35-mile (all modes of transport) will start in Ojibwa at a day and time TBD. Bus transportation provided from the CCC to Ojibwa*
* Buses will leave Park Falls Friday morning at 7:00 am for the 75-mile and at 10:45 am for the 35-mile. Please notify us in advance if you do not plan to ride the bus to your race.
The Tuscobia Winter Ultra is a run, bike or ski event held on the Tuscobia State Trail in Northern Wisconsin... in the middle of winter. Participants can compete in the 150-mile, 75-mile or 35-mile event.
The 150-mile race is a qualifying event for the 2015 Iditarod Trail Invitation (ITI). In 2013, the Tuscobia Winter Ultra will be providing a 2015 ITI entry ($1,100 value) to a winner of the 150-mile event!! See website for details.
All distances are unsupported (no crews or pacers). There will be mandatory checkpoints, which will be heated and will have food/beverages.Please visit the website for full details.
Local time: 12:07 PM
- The 150-mile race will start and finish at the Chequamegon Canoe Club (CCC) in Park Falls, the turnaround will be the southern terminus of the trail in Rice Lake. This race has gear requirements - check the website for details and ensure you are prepared to have the required gear before you register for the race. No refunds.
- The 75-mile race will start at the Rice Lake trailhead and finish at the CCC in Park Falls. This race has gear requirements - check the website for details and ensure you are prepared to have the required gear before you register for the race. No refunds.
- The 35-mile race will start in Ojibwa and finish at the CCC in Park Falls. This race has gear recommendations (see website), and is a great distance to dip your toe in the water and figure out what winter ultras are all about.