100K DAY RULES, REGULATIONS & SPORTSMANSHIP
This is not a race
, it is a challenge. We will load the first chair at approximately 9:00 a.m. Group photo will be at 8:45 a.m. at the base of the detach (before the event begins). Last chair is at 1 p.m. Teams are allowed to ski together. Each run from the Express Quad will count for 935ft of descent. 107 runs are required on the Express Quad. There is plenty of time to ski down the mountain in a safe controlled manner, for the duration of the day, and reach the 100K mark. This is not an all day downhill type race and anyone deemed to be endangering themselves or others will be removed from the challenge at the discretion of the Whitetail Ski Patrol. Participants will be allowed to complete a maximum of 107 runs and will be required to stop for the day when that total is reached.
All participants must be at least 18 years old. This event is for teams only, no individuals. On the day of the event, participants will meet at 7 a.m. to receive their bibs, sign waivers, be checked for a helmet, and participate in the Ski Patrol safety brief, and eat breakfast. Entering the 100K challenge will provide you with a lift ticket (non-season pass holders) for the day, breakfast and lunch, all of the snacks and drinks you can consume during the day, a pass to the front of the line when you reach the bottom, and a finisher t-shirt.
All participants must be at least 18 years old. Follow the Code. You are responsible for knowing and adhering to the Skiers Responsibility Code. Challengers deemed to be skiing in a reckless manner will be removed from the challenge. Helmets are required for this event. Please make arrangements before the event if you need one. The dedicated run for this event is Snowdancer. All “event” runs will be on Snowdancer. If you ski another run during the day, you must remove your bib first, ski in a safe manner as if you are any other guest and the runs will not count.