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Peter Inglis Fund - Tellurando Race

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The Peter Inglis Fund Tellurando Race. A partner/team race that is roughly 18.5 miles with 12,300 vert up and 10700 vert down!

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PRO/OPEN Race start at 5:30 AM in front of Jagged Edge Mountain Sports!

REC/Individual Race start at 7:30 AM at the bottom of COMP hill in Mountain Village!


The SHORT/REC Course will be an individual race NOT a team race!


If you’re interested in racing The Tellurando with your partner, but have never raced a ski mountaineering race, it is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED that you race at least one of the COSMIC events in Colorado or any of the USSMA events listed. Can’t make it to one of those events? Then we STRONGLY RECOMMEND you race the Short /REC Course!


A 15% discount off anything in Telluride Lodging inventory.  Participants contact please contact Chris directly to make their reservations.

Here are links to everything they manage in the Town of Telluride and Mountain Village.

Hotels –

Condos & Private Homes –

Chris Esch

Vice President of Group Sales

970.729.8821 (direct)

800-376-9769 x10254


General Rules and Information:

The race director reserves the right to delay the start, alter the course or cancel the race based on snow, weather and safety conditions.
Racers are required to abide by all directives of the race staff and course marshals.
The race will take place on an operational ski area and all racers are required to comply with any directions or directives of the ski area staff.
Racers are to give the right of way to the customers of the ski area, failure to do so will result in an immediate DQ.
On uphill portions, racers are to stay in the established skin track or within 5 feet of the course markings. On the downhill, racers are required to stay within 30 feet of course markings.
Transitions must occur within 20 feet of transition point.
Racers agree to possible equipment check before race and at the finish line.
All racers regardless of category will have a ski retention device that can include brakes or a leash.
No lightweight Nordic gear is allowed in either category.
Helmets are required to be worn during the ENTIRETY of the race. (These can be bike, ski, climbing or ski mountaineering specific helmets).
If you opt not to finish the race you MUST check in at a course marshal or at the finish area. Otherwise we will be out looking for you.
Racers should be prepared for variable weather including but not limited to snow, high winds and cold temperatures.

“Race Category” Specific Rules and Gear Requirements:

Racers are required to carry standard snow safety equipment: avalanche probe, avalanche shovel and 457 kHz avalanche beacons
A pack that can carry skis
Hydration source (bottle or bladder)
Goggles, helmet shield or sunglasses
Windproof upper body layer must be worn or carried in pack
Skis must be alpine style skis with metal edges (no split boards), randonee or 75mm or NTN telemark bindings are acceptable.
Climbing skins

“Rec Category” Gear Requirements:

Racers are required to carry a hydration source (bottle or bladder)
Goggles, helmet shield or sunglasses
Windproof upper body layer must be worn or carried in pack
Rec participants must also be on alpine style skis or split boards with metal edges. Randonee, tech, telemark or split board bindings are all acceptable in this category.
All participants are required to use climbing skins.

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