Feeling sluggish to start the new year? Head to Boulder Junction and get moving! Registration is still open for two great endurance races – the second annual Forest Frenzy Winter Triathlon (February 16) and the fifth annual White Deer Triathlon (May 18). Space is limited, so act fast!
Forest Frenzy Winter Triathlon
One of only a few winter triathlons in the state of Wisconsin, the Forest Frenzy Winter Triathlon returns to Boulder Junction for its second year on Saturday, February 16.
The race takes participants through snow-covered woods and beautiful Northwoods scenery as they tackle a 7.5-kilometer cross-country ski course, a 5-kilometer snowshoe course and a 7.5-kilometer fat tire bike course. The Forest Frenzy is held at the historic Camp Manito-wish YMCA on Boulder Lake.
Registration is now open to individuals and three-person relay teams, but act quickly, as registration is limited to 100 athletes. Find more information and sign up for the race here.
White Deer Triathlon
This fun triathlon will once again traverse the woods, roads and lakes of Boulder Junction come spring.
The White Deer Triathlon, which will celebrate its fifth year on Saturday, May 18, consists of a 3-kilometer canoe/kayak/stand-up paddleboard course, a 22-kilometer bike ride and a 6-kilometer run. The race is open to individuals, two-person teams and three-person relay teams.
Registration is limited to 350 participants. Interested athletes can find information and register here.
You can also enter to win a spot for you and a friend in the race—plus a $25 gift certificate to the Outdoorsman, $25 to Gooch’s A-One Bar & Grill and $50 to spend at Coontail—Enter the White Deer Triathlon Giveaway! The contest runs now through March 1.
If you’d rather get fit on your own in 2019, you’ll find outdoor adventurers aplenty in and around Boulder Junction. Winter brings great opportunities for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, and in the warmer months, Boulder Junction is known statewide for its outstanding biking options.