Jente Loppet 2019

Jente Loppet 2019 Feb. 10 has now been run

Thanks to all racers, organizers and fans that took part in the race!

Follow this link to read race results: Jente Loppet 2019 on WebScorer

Very fun! Race promoted for women! Bring a friend, bring kids! -

it's a Race, a Social Gathering and a New Years Resolution all in one!

Jente Loppet Race

Sunday February 10, 2019

Please arrive around 08:00 to get your bib and start your warm up!

The race categories are:

Kids 2.5K - boys and girls up to 17 yrs

Women's 5K - age groups 12 and up

Women's 10K - also 12 and up

All races are "Freestyle" (ski in whatever style you like). Races start at 10 AM!

Registration Please CLICK THIS TEXT TO REGISTER ONLINE well in advance of the race (link opens a new page). Saves you money and makes it easier for race organizers. Online registration will close just before midnight Saturday evening before race day!

If you are unable to register online, you can also speed race-day registration by filling out this registration form. Bring the completed form and present it at the registration desk (will be at the Hyak "residence" - also site of bib pick-up).

Bib pick-up and race-day registration will occur at the big orange tent at the trail head - look for the signs! Please note that bib pick-up and on-site registration will be open from 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. only.


2.5K Kids: $5 online, $10 day-of (Kids 11 and under race for FREE)

5k & 10K Women’s: $20 online, $30 day-of

Race Location Hyak Sno Park located off of I-90, approximately one hour’s drive east of Seattle. Take Exit 54 off of I-90, go right and at first stop sign, go left. Continue straight until you see a sign to the right for Hyak/Ironhorse trail. Go right and continue until you come to parking lot.

Important Note: You will need a Sno Park pass (with the additional sticker for groomed trails). This may be purchased the day-of at the Hyak Sno Park or online.

Race Course

A very fun and fast 2.5K course on the WA State Ironhorse trail (flat terrain): 2 laps = 5K, 4 laps = 10K. If we can coordinate permission from US Forest Service and grooming will include gradual down and up hill near Lake Keechelus. We call this little side trail "the Jente Loop".

Come on out, ladies, and have some fun...this race is for you!!