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Event Information

Event Details

  • All trails will be groomed for skate and classic. Click here to see a map of our trails.

  • All events EXCEPT the 2km and the 55km event start at 10am on the ice in front of the La Ronge Legion Hall, 1400 La Ronge Avenue

  • The 55km events starts at 8:30 a.m. at The Legion.

  • The 2km event starts at 11:00 am at the Nut Point campground.

  • There will be awards for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place skiers in each age category and event, except for the 2km and 5km Jackrabbit Glide and Lake Challenge, which provides an award for each young skier.


  • Registration for all Saskaloppet events is online only at Zone4. Click here to register.

  • Event options and fees will be set out in the online registration form.

  • Parents/guardians skiing with their children must also register.​

  • REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Register before Monday, February 26 at 11pm with no late fee. After Feb 26, a $10 late fee applies. Registration officially closes Wednesday, February 28 at 11:59 pm CST. 

  • NO REGISTRATION ON-SITE. Registered skiers have the option to change their distance when they pick up their bib.​

  • Cancellation Policy: In the event that the organizing committee finds it necessary to cancel the event, registrants will receive a full refund of entry fees (including any admin charges)

Bib Pick-up

Kupesewin skiers will pick up their bibs at the La Ronge Legion Hall on Friday, March 1 between 11:00 a.m. and 11:45 a.m.


All other skiers in the Saturday events will have two opportunities to pick up their loppet bibs:

1. Friday, March 1 between 7:30 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. at the La Ronge Legion Hall

2. Final pickup on Saturday, March 2 between 7:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. at the La Ronge Legion Hall

trail conditions

TRAIL CONDITIONS/SNOW UPDATE: Snowfall amounts were sparse in La Ronge early in the year. However, mid-winter snows have arrived and we are confident that snow conditions will allow for the hosting of a quality event. Most of the Saskaloppet trail network is in great shape, however due to limited snow accumulation, skiers in the longer events (20km, 35km, 55km and Kupesewin) can expect one or two short sections that require extra caution due to limited snow cover.


Checkpoints are located every four to nine kilometers and have radio contact, first aid, toilets, beverages, food, a campfire and friendly volunteers. Skiers on Saturday can expect checkpoints along the Saskaloppet Trail where snacks and drinks will be provided by our friendly volunteers. The checkpoints also have warm-up cabins for emergency use. Be sure to dress appropriately for winter conditions. Checkpoints are marked on our Course Maps.


The Don Allen Saskaloppet is a timed event and finish times are accessed through zone4. Finish times are all recorded on skiers’ finishing certificates. 

Click here to see previous results.

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