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Cinco de SkiMo

Date / Time
May 05 / 6:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Category
Entertainment, Cross Country Ski, Winter Events, Ski & Snowboard Competition

An Uphill Fiesta

Lung–burning fun for all at the first Cinco de SkiMo on Cinco de Mayo – get your sombreros ready. Starting from Main Lodge, participants will skin their way through five ascents on Mammoth Mountain to complete this battle against themselves and the terrain. Ski mountaineering, a high-altitude up and down challenge imported from Europe, is rapidly becoming one of the hottest new winter sports in North America. Cinco de SkiMo is completely in-bounds, offering a safer and more convenient route than in the backcountry, opening this new opportunity to competitors of all skill levels.
 

Event Registration

Cinco de SkiMo Participant Packet

In Advance On–Site
Elite Men
$50 $60
Elite Women
$50 $60
Recreational Men
$50 $60
Recreational Women $50 $60

Event registration includes race entry, uphill access and post-event margarita.

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Event Schedule

Friday, May 4
   
5–8PM Registration + Check–In & Welcome Party
Mammoth Mountaineering
Saturday, May 5
   
6:30–7:30AM Registration & Late Check–In
Main Lodge
8AM Start Time – Elite Class
 
9AM Start Time – Recreation Class
 
12:30PM Race Ends (approximate)
 
1PM Awards & Cinco de Mayo Party
Yodler

Courses

The Elite course
Featuring cinco (5) climbs and 5,700 vertical ft of gain.

The Rec course
Featuring cinco (5) transitions and 2,500 vertical ft of gain.

Awards

Awards will be given to the first, second and third place racers for the male and female elite class and recreational class. All participants will be entered into the event raffle.

Equipment Rental

Mammoth Mountaineering Supply will offer 20% off demo rates for Cinco de SkiMo racers.
Skis  $30
Boots  $30
Skins  $10
 Boots, skis, poles
 $50
 Boots, skis, poles, skins
 $60

FAQs

Is splitboarding allowed?
Yes,however participants are required to adhere to the designated mode of travel; for example booting where skinning is designated would not be allowed. Splitboarders would be welcome to ski down with their board split in ski mode if equipped with heel locking.

Are snowshoes permitted?
No

Are crampons allowed?
Steps will be kicked for the boot pack sections, and crampons will not be necessary. However, competitors are welcome to use crampons at their own discretion.

Does the course have aid stations?

There will be two aid stations on the recreational course only. The first at the bottom of transition #2 (The Outpost area) and the second at the top of transition #5 (Scotty’s). Both aid stations will offer Clif products and water.


THANK YOU TO OUR EVENT SUPPORTERS

Fisher Sports
Outdoor Research
Arcteryx
Black Diamond
Dynafit
CAMP
Ice Breakers
Klean Kanteen
Oboz

    Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center  

 

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