Low temperatures force reschedule
Jan 17, 2018 | 783 views | 0 0 comments | 51 51 recommendations | email to a friend | print
STRATTON- Due to very cold temperatures, the 24 Hours of Stratton has been rescheduled to March 17 and 18.

Stratton Mountain Resort worked quickly to get this event back on the calendar for this ski season, and while their calendar is full of weekend races, the US Open, and other events, March 17 and 18 is the best new date for the 24 Hours of Stratton.

The sixth annual 24 Hours of Stratton is a one-of-a-kind opportunity, for all ages and abilities to ride around the clock, as Stratton lights up its trails for the weekend to end hunger and poverty in Vermont.

Hundreds of winter enthusiasts from across New England will gather for the Saturday morning parade and official 9 am start. Ski all day and ride all night until the Sunday, 9 am finale.

Ski under the stars, camp out in the base lodge, enjoy fireworks, music, and giveaways, relish first tracks at sunrise, and share in the spirit of the event that changes lives.

Registration for the event is still open. For more information call (802) 297-2096 or visit Strattonfoundation.org.
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