Click here to see the first virtual award ceremony for the Payak! Lots of great draw prizes, from buffs, hats and mugs to poles and gift certificates for summer fun. Watch the video to see if you won a prize from our sponsors, KV+, Swix, Fischer, Salomon, and of course, Coast Outdoors! You can check if your name is on the list of winners but you need to watch to see exactly what you won! If your name was called, head over to pick up your prize at Coast Outdoors.
Remember, registration stays open until March 21, 2021. Enter your results by midnight. Manual results are fine unless you are skiing your way to the distance championship, in which case we need you to upload the GPX file to confirm your ski!
Virtual awards ceremonies and prize draws will take place on the Coast Outdoors Facebook Page, this Tuesday, March 16 and next Tuesday, March 23. You do not have to be present to win and can watch the video of the awards afterwards. This is your last week to ski and qualify for some amazing prizing!
We have discovered an issue with multiple results for a given entry with the same first name, last name and email address that results in previous values being used, even if the distance skied (for example) is different. To bypass this issue, when you are entering multiple results, please add “-1”, “-2”, “-3”, etc. to the end of your first name, increasing the number for each entry, so that your first name will be different each time.
We have created a bib for you to wear while skiing the Coast Outdoors P’ayakentsut Virtual Challenge. Feel free to download and print it and then display it while you are skiing. Remember, you must follow the rules of the ski area where you are participating. Always ski in control. There is no “tracking” during a virtual event. Remember, we are kind, calm and safe!
Click here for Bib
Want a challenge? Well, we have a couple. This year, we are offering a 25 km course. If you are skiing at Whistler Olympic Park, that is one loop of the standard 50 km course. Why not step up a level from the 15 km? Or try a harder climb but shorter distance than the 30 km.
If you are a strong skier, and want to try a new route, our course designer has a treat for you – a 50 km course that involves different terrain and is not loops of 25! This is a challenging course, so make sure you are fit enough to take it on. Ski with a friend, and make sure you have food and snacks. It involves the traditional 25 km loop, plus a loop that incorporates the Callaghan Country trails and some of the more challenging loops off Madeley Road.
Please note, the Callaghan Country trails are not groomed Wednesday and Thursday.
The additional 25 km course is NOT signed, please take a map with you. Enjoy!
Click here for 50 km single-loop map (25 km add-on to main loop)
If you have any questions or concerns about the Payak Virtual Challenge, please contact the event organizers and not those at the venue where you are skiing.