2017 Conconully Snow Dog Super Mush

January 27-29, 2017

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CLASSES
8 Dog Mid-Distance - approximately 24 miles per day. May run with 7 dogs.
6 Dog Mid-Distance - approximately 16 miles per day. May run with 5 dogs.

Trophy Class: Timed separately – all will run approximately 9 miles per day
• 2 dog skijor – may run one dog
• 4 dog class – must start and finish with a minimum of 3 dogs
• 6 dog class – must start and finish with a minimum of 5 dogs

MINIMUM PURSE - $2500.00 – purse amount will be updated throughout the planning process
60% split between top four finishers for 8 dog class
40% split between top four finishers for 6 dog class

8 Dog Mid- $70.00 6 Dog Mid - $50.00 Trophy Class - $40.00
Entries must be postmarked by January 15, 2015. Late entries add $20.00 to entry fee listed below (except for those on the waiting list)

Checks Payable to: NWSDA c/o Linda Pierce~ P.O. Box 1426, Okanogan, WA 98840

NO REFUNDS after January 20, 2015.

Mandatory Vet Check – Friday January 23, 2015, 12:00 – 6:00 PM

First day of racing start order will be determined by race committee prior to Musher Dinner.
Second day of racing start order will be in the order of day one finish.
The race starts and ends at Peacock Meadows Sno-Park. Racers and Dogs will navigate a challenging course with considerable elevation gains and backcountry terrain. This course will challenge even the most experienced mushers. SNO-PARK Permits ARE REQUIRED and are available on line at www.parks.wa.gov/winter or you can buy one at the General Store or at the Sno-Park on race day.

This race is under a Special Use Permit contract from the USFS/Okanogan-Wenatchee NF and Washington State DNR.

ABOUT THE RACE

The 14th Annual Super Mush features a challenging route and considerable elevation changes on snowcat and snowmobile groomed trails. The race will begin at Peacock Meadows Snow Park, requiring WA Snopark permits, which are available at the General Store or at the Snopark on race days. Racing is by special use permit in the Okanogan National Forest and Washington State DNR land and several gracious private land owners.

ABOUT CONCONULLY, WASHINGTON

Conconully is located 18 miles from Highway 97, northwest of Omak/Okanogan Washington. This small community is nestled in the eastern foothills of the northern Cascade mountain range at an elevation of 2,500 feet. Conconully offers access to snoparks and many miles of groomed trails. Visit www.Conconully.com for community information, (www. SuperMush.com for event info and www.nwsda.com for race info.

WHERE TO STAY

Shady Pines 800-552-2287
Deer Haven Lodges 800-805-3337
Gibson’s North Fork 800-555-1690
Kozy Kabins 888-502-2246
Liar’s Cove Resort 800-830-1288
Mineral Mtn. Lodge 509-322-4453


Presented in partnership with:

Northwest Sled Dog Association
Conconully Chamber of Commerce
Butte Busters Snowmobile Club
Okanogan County Search and Rescue

MUSHER DINNER INFORMATION

The Musher dinner is offered at the Conconcullly Town Hall between 4:30 – 6:30 on Friday, January 23, 2015. The dinner is prepared by the Ladybugs Fire Auxillary with all proceeds going to support the Conconully Volunteer Fire Department. The meal includes non-alcoholic beverages as well as two alcoholic beverages per adult. We wish to thank you for your support of our community.

Adult – $12.00
Youth ( under 13 YOA) – $6.00
The Mandatory Musher Meeting will begin at 6:30 PM, January 23, 2015, Conconully Town Hall.
2015 Conconully Snow Dog Super Mush

www.conconullysupermush.com

* If you are mailing your entry after January 14, 2015, please e-mail team information to Mikki Douglass at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to make sure your team gets into the Official Program.
MAIL ALL ENTRIES TO: (CHECKS PAYABLE TO NWSDA): Linda Pierce~ P.O. Box 1426, Okanogan, WA 98840.

The race begins just outside the Town of Conconully in north-central Washington State, a premier destination for four-season outdoor activity.

The race starts and ends at the Peacock Meadows Sno-Park. Teams will navigate a tough course with considerable elevation gains and backcountry terrain. Spectators can watch the progress of their favorite mushers on a board near the Finish Line adjacent to a large community fire and local concession stand. Progress of the teams is posted as racers enter and exit check points along the route.

http://www.conconully.com/snow-dogs