Yes! Sorry to interrupt, but we have age categories for everyone in both skiing and snowboarding, from boys and girls under six to men and women age 76+. We also have an adaptive category, everyone is included! So whoever you are and whatever you like to do, we welcome you.
We race on most Saturdays and Sundays from January through March, with a number of other days mixed in. Check our schedule here.
We welcome everyone to do so! While you’re here on our website you’ll save yourself some time on raceday when you arrive at Racer Registration to only have to pick up your race bib! but We’re happy to have you sign up on-site that morning as well. Just scroll up to the schedule page and we’ll get you everything you need!
Yes, we award gold, silver, and bronze medals across genders and age groups. Plus we have raffles (benefiting a VC charity of choice), prize drawings, and free samples of cool stuff.
The top three finishers in each category qualify at every tour stop. If one of those people had already qualified at one of our previous races, the fourth-place finisher (and lower, if applicable) also earns a spot in the end-of-season finals.
Sure, it’s a race. But it’s a casual competition. It’s great for 1st time racers, as well as others who raced in years past! We have categories for people of different ability levels and we keep the whole atmosphere upbeat and laid-back. To benefit racers who may also want to compete in non-VC events, we have partnered with NASTAR. All the points you earn at a VC race will count toward their ranking system!
It’s free! All you need to participate is a Resort Lift Ticket for the day! Our awesome sponsors pay all the costs.
I wanted to say thank you for putting on such a great family friendly race series. Including the finals, our family has made five races this year.
Thank you, guys. Great job. Traveling to your events really strengthens me and Olivia’s bond. And that’s the best thing I get out of it. Thank you.
You guys all did amazing job at Jay Peak Finals. My boys had a great time and were very sad when it was time to come home
Over the past three seasons we have not only become friends with the “crew,” but have made many new friends throughout the Northeast.