Great Klondike International Outhouse Race
Teams of 4 will costume their outhouse as well as themselves and run a course that involves both hilarity and some serious racing! A Dawson tradition since the 1970’s, the Outhouse Race began as a serious 5km race between distance runners. Nowadays, all ages and running abilities are invited to participate in this Dawson City tradition youtube alben kostenlos downloaden.
The “outhouses” used are not typical outhouses- they are wheeled metal structures that resemble outdoor latrines. They are outfitted with rickshaw-like bars to aid with pushing through the streets facebook downloaden windows. Outhouses are available through the Klondike Visitors Association and can be rented for the day.
Teams and their outhouse dress up in a theme and give their best team cheer to the crowd herunterladen. A team of judges will adjudicate based on their creativity, design, theme and team spirit.
Some great themes from the past years include: “Farts Canada” (a Parks Canada team), “The Smell of the Yukon” (a play on the popular Robert Service poem), and “Dumped at the Altar” (a team of crying wedding clad runners) felgen gutachten herunterladen.
After judging has completed, teams line up and the race is on. Teams follow a predetermined route which may involve some obstacles, scavenging, but definitely involve some speed defying outhouses kostenlose musik download app iphone.
We invite you to come out and watch, or better yet, run in this hilarious and exciting afternoon!
Please contact us to reserve your outhouse- there is a limited amount tablet games free download kids! Sign up and reserve your Outhouse below!
We encourage all participants and spectators to maintain safety precautions including:
– Physical distancing – keep 2 metres away from everyone who’s not a member of your household or bubble (we encourage participants to form teams based around who is in their current bubble)
– Wash your hands frequently with soap and water, or use hand
sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
– Don’t gather in groups of more than 10 people and remember to keep 2 metres apart