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Kingman Farm Moonlight Snowshoe Race

presented by: part of the: February 15th, 2014

Race Status: COMPLETED!

Madbury Town Hall
13 Town Hall Road
Madbury, NH

4.5 miles

Start Time:
06:00 pm

Bib pick-up:
04:30 pm to 05:30 pm

$25 pre-registration only *LIMITED FIELD*


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Race Director(s):
Chris J. Dunn

Chris J. Dunn

Thanks to our great friends at Petzl we will be offering a variety of headlamps to demo during the race including the Tikka XP2, MYO XP2, Ultra Vario, Tikka XP2 Core, Tikka PLUS 2, and Zipka PLUS 2. First come first serve. See RD Chris J. Dunn for more details the night of the event.

Course Details:

This is a NIGHT race! Working headlamps are mandatory. No race. The gently rolling approximately 5 km course will be illuminated by your headlamp. The trails at UNH’s Kingman Farm are the perfect site for a snowshoe race. Once again we’re excited to announce that Petzl is back as a sponsor and they’ve sent us some of their amazing headlamps to give-away! And thanks to our friends at DION Snowshoes, a limited number of DION snowshoes will be available to rent for the evening. Please e-mail the RD (Chris J. Dunn) at to reserve a pair.

Please plan to park at Moharimet Elementary School (11 Lee Road, Madbury, NH 03823). Volunteers will direct you where to go and how to get to registration at the Madbury Town Hall. Parking at the Madbury Town Hall is limited to officials and volunteers.

A working headlamp (HINT: with new batteries) is mandatory. Kingman Farm is a very, very dark confusing place to be without a headlamp.

minimum snowshoe size 120 square inches; you must show a working headlamp at registration and wear it at all times while on course

A limited number of DION Snowshoes will be available to rent the day of the event. Please contact us at to reserve your pair.

In 2014 we will continue our mission to help feed the hungry in our community. One way we’re doing this is by collecting non-perishable food items at all of our events for the NH Food Bank. Thank you for your support of this incredibly important initiative of ours.

We will also continue the tradition of collecting gently used and clean warm coats at all of our winter events in 2014. These coats are collected through our One Warm Coat program and donated directly to New Horizons of New Hampshire in Manchester. Thank you in advance for your support.

A portion of the proceeds to benefit:

The mission of Cocheco Valley Humane Society (CVHS) is to make possible a better world for all animals by providing shelter, educating the community about humane care and treatment, advocating animal welfare, and promoting the human animal bond.



Updated 09/17/2009)

New Hampshire winter weather can be very unpredictable and occasionally make travel hazardous. For the safety of our volunteers, competitors, and family a final determination on the status of our races will be made the Thursday prior to each race. The status of the race ("ON" or "POSTPONED") will be detailed on each individual race webpage. You must check each race webpage prior to the race to assure the race will be held. Every attempt will be made to reschedule all postponed events. Pre-registered competitors will be given a refund or rain check.

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