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Race Venues and Formats
The six races of the roller ski series take place at five venues. Click through the tabs to find out more info about the race venues and formats.
- Race 1: Huntly Nordic and Outdoor Centre
- Race 2: Clash Road (A941)
- Race 3: Fife Cycle Park
- Race 4: Huntly Nordic and Outdoor Centre
- Race 5: Cairngorm Lift Road
- Race 6: Glenmore Lodge
Huntly Nordic and Outdoor Centre
The 600m purpose built track in Huntly, Aberdeenshire is the venue of races 1: The Huntly Sprints and 4: Huntly Championships of the Snowsport Scotland Roller Ski Series.
Race 1: Huntly Sprints
Race 4: Huntly Championships
The Clash Road Climb
The second race of the series, the Clash Road Climb is along the A941 from Rhynie to the car park of the Clashandarroch Forest.
Race 2: Clash Hill Climb
Format: Time Trial
Terrain: Gradually climbing road with some shorter steep sections. Some downhill with gradual bends and good visibility.
Organiser: Huntly Nordic Ski Club
Fife Cycle Park
Located between Lochgelly and Loch Ore, Fife, this purpose built cycle park has a traffic free 1.6 km track. The third race held at the Fife Cycle Park is the newest addition to the roller ski race series.
Track Length: 1.6 km
Terrain: undulating with some well banked downhill corners.
Race Format: Mass Start
Cairngorm Lift Road
Race 5: Cairngorm Lift Road
Format: Time Trial
Organiser: Cairngorm Biathlon and Nordic Ski Club
Race 5: Glenmore TT
GB Roller Ski Series
If 6 races isn’t enough – there’s also a GB Roller Ski Series. Select races from the Snowsport Scotland Roller Ski Series and roller ski races held in England can earn competitors points towards winning the GB Roller Ski Series.
There is also an annual GB Roller Ski Championship, which is held at a different venue each year.