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XC Ski Racing

Skiers in a ski race. Because our snowmaking and lighting provides consistent skiing conditions and night skiing, Weston Ski Track is home to a vibrant community of cross-country ski racers, including kids, high schoolers, and adults. Read more for details on racing at Weston!
Westonloppet, Date TBA
Race as far as you can in 2 hours!  After 2 hours, we close the lap track, and you finish the lap that you are on.  The winner is the person that’s completed the most laps + is 1st over the line if on the same lap at the end. We are looking for a couple of volunteers to help with lap counting. Please send an email to contact@skiboston.com if you can help out with the race. Cost: Free with a season pass or purchase of a trail pass. Registration opens at 2pm and the race starts at 3pm.

2017 Results

2015 Results

Free Ski Waxing Clinics
Waxing cross-country skis before a race. Join the waxing experts from TOKO for a 90-minute introduction to ski waxing. Don't miss the special clinic pricing on waxes and accessories including irons, benches, and vices. Beginners and seasoned veterans alike will benefit from these clinics.
Free with pre-registration. View schedule and register online.
High School XC Ski Races
Waxing cross-country skis before a race. Because of our snowmaking and reliable conditions, Weston Ski Track is the center of high school ski racing in Eastern Massachusetts.
Results for each race held at Weston Ski Track will be posted here.
Tuesday Night Race
Each Tuesday night in January, February, and as late in to March as possible, Weston Ski Track holds a mass-start freestyle race open to all. There will again be two waves, the faster skiers at 7:00pm and the slower at 7:30pm. The races are generally between 6km and 8km in length. Click to register or see the CSU Ski Newsletter/Blog for race results and schedule.
Annual $25 signup fee plus trail pass/season pass purchase. For newcomers, your first race is free (trail pass required). Register online.

US Veterans Affairs "Light" Biathlon Event
Date TBA
Paralympic Biathalon photo courtesy of CRNA Come support the VA and participate in one of the coolest traditions in cross country skiing! Ski a lap and try your hand at shooting (Rifles are infared, so totally safe and fun for all ages!) Rifles are available for sighted and visually impaired competitors as well as sit skis and other adaptive ski equipment.
The cost to participate will be $5 for those under 18, $10 for adults, and free for veterans. Trail Passes and Rentals can be purchased at our regular rates and are also free for veterans on this day.