Registration for the 2015 Tuckerman Inferno is now CLOSED
If you missed out on signing up as a racer, we can still use your help as a volunteer during the race. Please contact the Inferno Race Director if you would like to help out. We would also encourage you to keep an eye on our Facebook page as there may be an occasional last minute change or announcement where someone is seeking a new or replacement team mate. As a reminder, every racer must still submit and have on file a personal Liability Waiver and Emergency Contacts form which you can still fill out and submit here. A list of registered racers can be found here. If you are not on this list, you still need to get your waiver form sent in!
Funds raised from this year's race are being donated to our project to replace the deck structure at Hermit Lake (HoJo's). Spring ski season would not be the same without this iconic and fun meeting place renovated and repaired, so please help bring this project to fruition with a thoughtful contribution. Thanks!
The Tuckerman Inferno adventure race started in 2000 as the annual fundraiser for the Friends of Tuckerman Ravine. The race pays homage to the original American Inferno ski races of the 1930’s. While the classic American Infernos were top to bottom ski races only, the current Tuckerman Inferno now includes running, kayaking, biking, hiking and skiing to create a pentathlon event that is one of the most challenging adventure races in the country. Individuals and relay teams of up to five people compete to see who will be the fastest to cover an approximately 36 mile course that starts in the Mount Washington Valley and finishes in Tuckerman Ravine. Individual champions are crowned Tuckerman and Tuckerwoman and there are terrific prizes for all categories of competitors.