The excitement of the Royal LePage Snow to Surf Race starts on Mount Washington.

The excitement of the Royal LePage Snow to Surf Race starts on Mount Washington.

Royal LePage Snow to Surf Race changes early bird registration

First 90 teams to sign up = or Jan. 17, 2015, whichever comes first - will get discount

The 33rd annual Royal LePage Snow to Surf Race has some changes to the early bird registration.

The discount goes out to the first 90 teams or up to Jan. 17, 2015.

Canada’s premier multisport relay event, the Royal LePage Comox Valley Snow to Surf Adventure Relay Race goes from winter conditions at the summit of Mount Washington Alpine Resort to sea-level action at Comox Marina Park and attracts a mix of local legends, champions, and recreational athletes that compete year after year.

Register and pay online to secure your spot. You will be able to update your team’s info after registering.

Race registration is limited to the first 175 adult teams and 25 junior teams. Adult entry fees (including administration fees and GST) for the first 90 teams or before Jan. 17, 2015 (whichever comes first) are $364.50. This will increase to $469.50 for the next 50 teams or before March 1, 2015 (whichever comes first). Entries after March 1, 2015 will be $574.50 until race is sold out. Junior teams (minimum age 14/maximum 18 by Dec. 31, 2014) are $359.50 with space permitting.

Save time and money and be part of the adventure, challenge and passion of Royal LePage Snow to Surf Race’s 33rd annual event! Register now at www.snowtosurf.com before Jan. 17, 2015.  Race date is set for Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 9:15 a.m.

This nine- or 10-person team relay race includes alpine skiing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, running (road and off-road), mountain biking, kayaking, road cycling, canoeing, and it will finish with post-race action that will bring tons of excitement to the Comox Valley!  For more information or to volunteer go to www.snowtosurf.com.

 

– Royal LePage Snow to Surf

 

 

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