Rendezvous Race Registration Open Until Thursday

FasterSkierMarch 3, 20091

The 30th Annual Rendezvous Race will be held on March 7, 2009

On March 7th, West Yellowstone will host the 30th annual Yellowstone Rendezvous marathon race on the Rendezvous Ski Trails.  Sign up today!  Registration information can be found at Register until Thursday, March 5th but be sure to have them submitted by noon.  Registrations will not be accepted after noon MST on March 5th.

We are back to our regular date, so don’t be late!  There is a weekend of fun waiting for you in West Yellowstone.  Yellowstone National Park is open until March 15, 2009.  There is still time to take a snowcoach or snowmobile tour of America’s first national park this winter.  Ski the Rendezvous Race course and other local trails.  Bring the family and check out the IMAX theatre, the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, and the Youth Ski Festival.

The skiing conditions are great.  The Rendezvous Ski Trails has up to three feet of groomed packed powder on the ground and more is in the forecast.  Warmer temperatures have plagued other areas in the region, but West Yellowstone has been spared.  The entire Rendezvous Trail system is groomed with both a skate lane and classic track.  Check out current trail conditions with our Rendezvous Trailhead webcam  What are you waiting for?

The Rendezvous Race is a non-profit organization with proceeds benefiting local community groups.  Bring your friends and family to the 30th Annual Rendezvous Race on March 7, 2009 and help make this year the best.

Think Snow!

For more information, please go to

Rendezvous Ski Race

Rendezvous Ski Race


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  • donpollari

    March 4, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    A great race and intermountain tradition. If you’re going for it at this late date though, be prepared for a hit to the wallet.

    I recently registered for the 25k classic. $85 entry fee, $6.99 processing fee. Add on a $5.00 trail fee unless you have a season pass.

    That’s getting up into the $4.00 per K range!?!?

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