Bringing skijoring to the Gallatin Valley


 

SKIJORING
('skē-ʃɜːr-iŋ) 

 Modern skijoring combines Montana’s signature ski heritage with its cowboy roots into a wild, fast paced, spectacular event. Competitors race for cash and prizes based on the fastest combined times for the two day event as well as the fastest time each day. It is derived from the Norwegian word skikjøring, meaning “ski driving”. Above all, skijoring is just another excuse to get outside during the winter in Montana and socialize.

 

The Montana Classic

January 14-15, 2017

Skijoring: horse, cowboy, skier, and rope combined for an adrenaline snow race in beautiful Bozeman

Skijoring America sanctioned

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About Skijoring

What originated in the Scandinavian countries as a form of winter transportation, the Western states have transformed this into an action packed competition where a horse and rider pull a skier at a fast pace through a course that has gates, jumps, and rings.

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2017 Skijoring Race Calendar

 

Gallatin Valley Skijoring Association (GVSJA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit based in Bozeman, MT. 

* Not all websites have been updated for the 2017 Calendar year