24h RELAY OVERVIEW

  • The 24h BLUE MTN event is open to adult skiers and snowboarders – everyone welcome
  • Relay starts at NOON on February 24th and finishes at NOON on February 25th, 2018
  • While this event features friendly competition, please remember it is all about fun and helping our two great causes – Special Olympics and Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Foundation.
  • Teams can range in size from a minimum of 6 members to a maximum of 12 members… highly recommended to have 10-12 members on a team to optimize participation, fund raising and fun
  • To register yourself and your corporate team, ski club team or open team click the “register” button above for registration fee and fundraising information
  • Individuals without a team will be united with others for on-hill activity and Village festivities
  • Each team will need to identify a team captain, and this person will be required to attend an introductory captain’s information session Friday February 23rd
  • Each team will be assigned an official team race bib and a digital tracking device (boot strap) to measure total runs completed and times; the assigned bib and tracking device act as the baton passed between team members
  • Safety is paramount, and the ski run will be monitored always.
  • Only one team member is permitted on the 24h BLUE MTN official race course at a given time; however, non-competing members may simultaneously use their event 2-day lift pass on other available resort runs or simply relax within assigned event common areas. Teams DO NOT REQUIRE a member on the race course at all times
  • Team members determine amongst themselves their own scheduled rotation (i.e. number of runs or period of time before switching etc.)
  • Teams will be recognized for most completed runs within the 24-hour period and for the charitable funds generated
  • The festivities commence Friday evening with an opening reception in the Grand Central Lodge. Saturday morning will include a participant breakfast and opening remarks and ceremony
  • NOTE: a bigger team means more participation, more fun and more energy!”