30 Mile Sled Dog Race Results

We captured the image of JAMES WHEELER’S TEAM FROM SOUTH PORTLAND to cross the finish line at today’s (Jan.6) Sled Dog Race in Greenville, Maine.   There were 18 teams at today’s race with them starting at staggered times.

(The results are listed below)

Remember- you can take a private dog sled ride with one of our local guides!

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Banner in Greenville giving directions

Spectators anxiously await the arrival of teams

3rd Place Team- James Wheeler

Congratulations to all the teams!

30-Mile Wilderness Race Results

Place/Name/ Run Time

1. Andre Longchamps, Quebec 2:04:44

2. Lev Shuarts, Winchendon, Mass. 2:12:21

3. James Wheeler, South Portland 2:12:36

4. Dave Punch, Kingsbury 2:14:36

5. Ashley Simpson, Shirley 2:28:21

6. Kim Berg, Ashland, N.H. 2:30:32

7. Elizabeth Rankin, Starksboro, Vt. 2:31:36

8. Caroline Blair Smith, Albany Twp. 2:34:45

9. Becki Tucker, Voluntown, Conn. 2:35:23

10. Kelly Berg, Ashland, N.H. 2:38:15

11. Scott Alexander, Sanbornton, N.H. 2:39:53

12. Rob Cooke, Saint Jacques, N.B. 2:43:01

13. Kim Darst, Blairstown, N.J. 2:44:47

14. Kasey McCarty, New Portland 2:46:22

15. Corinna Alexander, Sanbornton, N.H. 2:47:15

16. Shannon Herbert, Knowlesville, N.B. 2:50:01

17. Lidia Dale-Mesaros, Campton, N.H. 2:55:46

18. Paul Meyer, Farmington 3:08:49

100 Mile Sled Dog Race

The 100 Mile Wilderness Sled Dog Race is on Feb. 6th.  The is an anuual event, as long as they have snow…that is not going to be a problem this year!

The race starts in Greenville, Maine, 1 block below us in the Katahdin’s parking lot…it is alot of fun to view. There is a list of places to view the progress of the race.

Don’t miss this great event!  You might decide to try a guided Dog Sled Trip! www.greenvilleinn.com

The Moosehead Lake area has world-class snowmobiling, ice fishing and snow-shoeing…so much to do…and after the latest snowstorm….boy, do we have the SNOW!

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dog sledding

Dog Sledding