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Raid the North
Silver Star Mountain Resort, British Columbia
August 20 - 22, 2004

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After a year of rugged mountain races in Western Canada, Frontier Adventure Racing is switching gears to the splendour and variety of the North Okanagan. Silver Star Mountain Resort, a colourful fairytale ski village nestled in the Monashees above Vernon, BC, opens their doors to our western 2004 Raid the North event.

About Silver Star Mountain Resort and the Vernon Region:

In summer, Silver Star Mountain Resort blossoms into an unparalleled array of greenery and wildflowers. Just minutes out of Vernon, BC, and the warm waters of Lake Okanagan, Silver Star's colourful village welcomes outdoor enthusiasts all year around. Cross-Country & Downhill skiing, Snowboarding, and Snowshoeing in the winter and Hiking, Mountain Biking, Rafting, and Horseback Riding in the summer makes Silver Star the perfect destination.

With village accommodation ranging from a hostel to a five-star hotel, and featuring facilities such as a high-altitude training centre and conference center, Silver Star is everything we could hope for in a host site for Raid the North. The Silver Star village sits at 6280 feet, and is surrounded by three tempting lakes - Okanagan Lake, Swan Lake and Kalamalka Lake (lake of many colours). The Vernon region is very rich in variety of terrain and ecology, with landscapes that vary from open, semi-arid grasslands to high elevation sub-alpine meadows, to dark, moist temperate rainforests, often only a few kilometres apart!

For more information about the year-round facilities, activities, and accommodation options at Silver Star Mountain Resort, visit www.SkiSilverStar.com.

Date: August 20 - 22, 2004
Directions: CLICK HERE to find out how to get to Silver Star Resort, BC.
Weather:
Registration:

Registration opens Monday, March 1 at noon EST.
REGISTER FAST! The first 10 teams to register and pay in full for each Raid the North race will receive four entries to win prizes including:

A Simon River Sports canoe!

  • carbon composite marathon C2 boat

  • 38 lbs

  • customized with RTN colours and logo

  • value $2850 CDN

Accommodations:

NEW! Accomodations Information [XLS]

Race Documents: NEW! Competitor Update #1 [PDF]
 
Cost: $1680 CDN per team.  A deposit of $680 is required within 2 weeks after registering online in order to secure your position.  The balance is due 6 weeks before the race.
What's Included: Performance race shirts, race jerseys, sponsor swag, post race banquet and awards, camping facility before and after race, all watercraft
Unsupported Option: For $250 CDN, we will supply your team with support for the race.
Format: 150 km, 24 - 36 hrs non-stop, supported, regular and advanced racecourse option
Categories: Coed teams of four (18 years of age or older)
Disciplines: Trekking, Mountain Biking, Paddling, Rappelling
Prizing: 1st place: $1,000 CDN and free entry to the RTN: Canadian Championship
2nd place: $500 CDN and 50% off your entry to the RTN: Canadian Championship
3rd place: 25% off your entry to the RTN: Canadian Championship
4th place: 15% off your entry to the RTN: Canadian Championship
5th place: 10% off your entry to the RTN: Canadian Championship
PLUS - The top 5 teams will win medals and prizes from Salomon, Seal Skinz, Fast Fuel, Princeton Tec, Suunto and other sponsors
Gear List:

Click [HERE] to download the 2004 Raid the North Gear List.

Simon River Sports
Kayak Paddle Rentals
:

FAR Inc has created the SRS Paddle Rental Programme so that more people can enjoy the incredible difference of kayak paddles. Each is universally adjustable and breaks down to either 3 or 5 pieces.

Shark: $25 per paddle
Hammer: $20 per paddle
Rebel: $15 per paddle

E-mail srs@far.on.ca to reserve yours!
Rental fleet of 36 paddles - 12 of each

2004 Raid the North events:

RTN: French River, ON
RTN: Charlevoix, QC
RTN: Silver Star Resort (Vernon, BC)
RTN Canadian Championship: Calabogie Peaks, ON


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