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The Bear Trax and Brownie Shuffle was started in 2009 as a way to honor a dear friend, Nancy Sellars, who was killed by a drunk driver while riding her bike. The race brings people to the trails she loved at Lapham Peak and also raises money for a fund established in her name. This fund helps support the mission of Peak Nordic Ski Club, which is to promote the sport of cross country skiing, by providing an organized teaching and competitive venue for all area youth.
All events will be run within Lapham Peak State Park.
The 5K course is moderately hilly, winding through forests and meadows of the upper portion of Lapham Peak state park. The course returns to the finish line along the circuitous paved trail past the Hausman Nature Center.
The 10K Course is a challenging course which begins along the same route as the 5K and then diverges to follow the black trail along the parks periphery and past the Evergreen shelter. It finishes up the Ice Age Trail past the tower and then along the black trail to the finish line.
20K Course: The first 5K of this challenging course winds along the upper forests and meadows of the park. Passing the start finish line, the course continues along the black trail in a clockwise fashion around the periphery of the park. The course continues past Evergreen shelter, finishing up the Ice age trail past the tower to rejoin the black trail to the finish.
Lapham Peak State Park is less than a mile south of I-94 on Hwy C in Delafield. It's about 30 minutes west of Milwaukee and 45 minutes east of Madison. Parking will be available near the start/finish area but is limited; carpooling is encouraged. All cars will need a Wisconsin State park sticker for entry. One-day passes can be purchased at the entrance. Allow for extra time if you will need to purchase an entrance pass on race day.
Participants who register by April 7th, 2023, are guaranteed a commemorative athletic long sleeve shirt. Those who sign up after the deadline are not guaranteed a shirt, but will receive one as long as supplies last or will be offered a shirt from a previous race.
No cups will be available at the aid stations please bring your own water bottle this year. There will be electrolyte drinks and water available.
Races will take place on April 23rd drain or shine.
PACKET PICKUP & SCHEDULE
PLEASE BRING YOUR RECEIPT WITH YOU!
You do not need to print it. We will need to scan the QR code on the receipt, though, so please have your email accessible on your mobile device or save a picture of your receipt with the QR code to your device’s image library.
Sunday, April 24, 2022
8:30am Packet Pickup
9:30am 20 K Race Starts
10:00am 5K and 10K Races Start
The race is chip timed by Silver Circle Sports Events, LLC with a chip start. Your time will start when you cross the start line and stops when you cross the finish line. Please place your bib on the front of your torso.
Age group awards will also be distributed to the top three male and female finishers in each of the following age categories: 18 and under, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, and 80+
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