Tuckerman Inferno Information

The Tuckerman Inferno adventure race started in 2000 as the primary annual fundraiser for Friends of Tuckerman Ravine. The race pays homage to the original American Inferno ski races of the 1930s. The original American Infernos were top to bottom ski races on Mount Washington, and for the last 20 years, the Tuckerman Inferno expanded the format into a pentathlon, adding running, kayaking, cycling, and hiking legs.

Starting in 2021 the Inferno was re-imagined as a fat bike, freestyle xc ski, snowshoeing, mountain running, and ski mountaineering adventure pentathlon, continuing its legacy as one of the most challenging single-day adventure races in the country. Individuals and relay teams of two to five people compete to see who will be the fastest to cover an approximately TBD course that traverses the eastern flanks of Mount Washington from Great Glen Trails to Tuckerman Ravine.

Check the following links for more information on the Tuckerman 2022 Inferno race event:

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