Pedigree Stage Stop Dogsled Race Comes to Wyoming

The exciting world of dogsled racing comes to Jackson Hole! Similar to Tour de France, the Pedigree Stage Stop Race stops in a different town each night throughout Wyoming (along with a swing through Driggs, Idaho). The first stage begins right here in Jackson Hole, on January 25!

The event begins at 9:00am in the Deloney Parking lot. Come see the dogs, mushers and vet staff until 1:00pm. Then head over to the Town Square at 5:00pm for the official kick off and watch the mushers leave the chute at 6:30pm for the first stage.

Teams will race 30-35 miles during each stage of this 8 stop race. Teams race on public lands of the Bridger-Teton, Shoshone, & Caribou-Targhee National Forests, competing for $165,000 in prize money & the elusive title of “Stage Stop Champion”.

Racers come from as far away as Alaska to be a part of this amazing event. See who is participating in this years race and learn more about the Main Stage Stop Racers and their teams.

New to this sport? Learn more through the Breeze Blog where you’ll find information on what it takes to run the race, videos from the mushers, Dr. Veronica’s massage and stretches for dogs, and much more. And visit their Facebook to stay up-to-date as the excitement builds!

Don’t miss this premier U.S. Stage Stop Dog Sled Race, now in it’s 24th year!