Registration for the 2021 Zions Bank Boulder Mountain Tour opens tomorrow, Wednesday, July 1.
Formed in 1973, the Boulder Mountain Tour is a cornerstone event celebrating cross country skiing in the Wood River Valley. Starting at Galena Lodge and following the Harriman Trail through the Sawtooth National Forest, course distances are 34 and 15 kilometers. The 48th annual BMT is scheduled for Saturday, February 6, 2021.
Year in and year out, the safety of our racers, spectators, and volunteers is priority number one. With the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic, safeguarding the health and welfare of all involved with the event is even more crucial.
In light of present circumstances, we have made changes to our pricing structure for the benefit of our racers and respect for their decision-making process. Rather than tiered pricing, race fees will remain the same throughout the registration process.
2021 Zions Bank Boulder Mountain Tour Race Fees
Full BMT: Adult $95, Junior (17 & under) $50
Half BMT: Adult $80, Junior (17 & under) $45
Half BMT Adult + Child under 10 Combo: $95
Swix BMT Hat Only (US shipping included) $40
It is possible that changes to the race format will occur to provide a greater level of physical distancing. To date, no decision has been made to limit the size of the race field, although it is a likely consideration. If it’s determined that capping the size of the field will provide additional safety or compliance with any jurisdictional mandate, it will be announced simultaneously via email to our entire mailing list.
We are enthusiastically and methodically envisioning a memorable 2021 event. We hope you will join us! To register, please go to www.skireg.com. For any questions or concerns, please contact BMT Race Director Jody Zarkos at email@example.com or 208.720.1810.
A 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, BMT board members are John Reuter, president, Martha Pendl, vice president, Muffy Ritz, secretary, Sue Hamilton, treasurer, Tom Bowman, Svea Grover, Jamie Lieberman, Paddy McIlvoy, Andy Munter, Ivana Radlova, Bob Rosso, and John Seiller.