January 15, 2022
Walk, ski or ride the mileage we groom in a season! We are challenging YOU--the community of winter trail users--to log miles on Teton Valley Winter Trails in January and February. This challenge is here to encourage you to get out and enjoy winter, our groomed trails with a little hint of that Teton Valley competitiveness.
Do I get anything for signing up?
We're thrilled to support local Victor business, Liquid Hardware, who have customized a 12 ounce Aurora Coffee Mug for us! Have enough Liquid Hardware vessels? You can opt out to receive a mug when you register so more of your fundraising goes to support Trails & Pathways directly.
How can I win a prize?
Prizes will be awarded to Top Individual Mileage, Top Individual Fundraiser, Top Team Mileage, Top Team Fundraiser and we'll have milestones throughout the challenge like top weekly mileage, fundraising goals and more that'll get you some cool prizes.
How long does it last?
You can start counting and logging your mileage on January 15 and through February 21. We're giving you 2 holiday weekends and a romantic Valentine's Day ski or ride to get all those miles in!
How much does it cost?
Register as an individual for $25. Compile a team and register for $100. Your fundraising has already started!
Is my financial support tax deductible?
Yes. When you register through https://give.classy.org/wtc22, you'll receive a registration confirmation and receipt. To claim a donation as a deduction on your U.S. taxes, please keep your email donation receipt as your official record.
How do I log my mileage?
Log your mileage on this form: https://tinyurl.com/tvtapmileage22. **CHANGE FOR 2022** We are requesting you track MILES only (not kilometers). Use your own device to track mileage or reference one of our Winter Trails Brochures available on www.tvtap.org
Do I have to walk, ski or ride 10,000 miles all by myself!?!
That would certainly be awesome, but no, we are not asking each participant for 10,000 miles. We are challenging all participants to log more than 10,000 miles AS A WHOLE, which is nearly twice the mileage you logged in last year's inaugural Winter Trails Challenge.
If I bring my kid (or someone else's) in a chariot, does that count as double miles?
You're working hard and you're outside getting after it, so can't say it doesn't count. Given the right argument and the addition of a "please", we're likely to let you shuffle through the Winter Trails Challenge.