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Rocky Mountain Triple Crown

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Rocky Mountain Triple Crown


Rocky Mountain Triple Crown

The Eagle Cap Extreme, Idaho Sled Dog Challenge, and Montana’s Race to the Sky sled dog races are excited to partner together for the Rocky Mountain Triple Crown!

Those mushers and their four-legged athletes who run in the same category in all three races are eligible to compete for the Rocky Mountain Triple Crown title.  The classes of race include the following:

Eight Dog Class

·       Eagle Cap Extreme 100 mile race

·       Race to the Sky 100 mile race

·       Idaho Sled Dog Challenge 150 mile race


Twelve Dog Class

·       Eagle Cap Extreme 200 mile race

·       Race to the Sky 300 mile race

·       Idaho Sled Dog Challenge 300 mile race

We look forward to hosting a Rocky Mountain Triple Crown Symposium in fall 2020 in addition to the Rocky Mountain Triple Crown title.  Please keep an eye out on our website for more information.

About Eagle Cap Extreme

The Eagle Cap Extreme Sled Dog Race, originally run in January 2004, runs annually through the rugged Wallow Mountains in Northeastern Oregon the week after Martin Luther King Jr Day.  All races start at Ferguson Ski Ridge just outside Joseph, OR and include 200-mile and 100-mile continuous races as well as a 31-mile, 2-day mid-distance race and a 22-mile, 2-day junior’s race.  More information can be found at www.eaglecapextreme.com.

About Idaho Sled Dog Challenge

Originally organized as the McCall Ultra Sled Dog Race, the Idaho Sled Dog Challenge winds through the West Central Mountains on the Payette and Boise National Forest.  Departing from McCall, ID, the IDSC includes a concurrent 150-mile race as well as a 300-mile race.  More information can be found at http://idahosleddogchallenge.com.

About Montana’s Race to the Sky

Originally organized as the Montana’s Governor’s Cup Sled Dog Race in 1986 as a 500-mile race, this event has evolved into a 300 mile distance race, a 100 mile junior continuous race as well as a 100 mile adult continuous format race.  Teams work together to negotiate the trails through Montana’s scenic Rocky Mountains.  The race is always the second weekend of February with pre-race events in Lincoln and starting in Lincoln and running to Condon and back to Lincoln.  More information can be found at http://racetothesky.org or questions to info@racetothesky.org.