Battle of Hellion

Hellion is Highland’s longest trail and arguably the most fun on the mountain. Clocking in at just over a mile long, it consist of berms, table tops, step ups, drops, rollers and more. Riders qualified individually and then the fastest qualifiers were put into brackets of six and battled it out head to head with the fastest 3 riders advancing. In the big final it was Phillip Kmetz who took the win for the men and Dawn Bourque for the women.

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2011 Battle of Hellion Results

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Think you got what it takes? We’ll soon see. Sunday June 26th marks the first annual battle of Hellion Race. Hellion is Highland’s longest trail and arguably the most fun on the mountain. Clocking in at just over a mile long, it consist of berms, table tops, step ups, drops, rollers and more, stake your claim and win the coveted Shield.


Format

Pro/Open
Individual start qualifying, all registered riders race down Hellion. The top 12 fastest times get put into 6 rider brackets to battle it out for glory. The top 3 of each heat in the semi-finals will advance to the final.
Amateur
Amateurs take one timed run down Hellion to determine results.

Travel

Athletes competing in the Battle of Hellion should begin practice Friday June 24th

  • Arriving by air travel can fly into Manchester New Hampshire Airport (MHT), a 40 minute drive to Highland or Boston Logan Airport (BOS), a 1.5 hrs drive to Highland.
  • Arriving by car – Check out our Directions Page

Prizes

Pro Men

1st – $1000 & Shield
2nd – $500
3rd – $250

Pro Women

1st – $500
2nd – $250
3rd – $125

Top 3 Amateur Men & Women will receive product prize packs from our sponsors.

Lodging

Hampton Inn Tilton NH
Holiday Inn Express Tilton NH – Use this Link for Highland Mountain Pricing.
Super 8 Tilton NH

Schedule

Friday June 24th

10am – 1pm – Amateur practice
1pm – 4pm – Pro/Open practice

Saturday June 25th

10am – 1pm – Amateur practice
1pm – 4pm – Pro/Open practice

Sunday June 26th

9am – 10am – Amateur practice
10am-11am – Pro/Open practice
11:30am – Pro / Open Qualifiers
1:30pm – Amateur Race
2:30pm – Pro/Open Finals
3:30pm – Awards

Registration

Register in the Highland Lodges starting Wednesday June 22nd.

Registration Fee:

$35 Entry fee for Pro (does not include lift ticket)
$25 Entry fee for Amateur (does not include lift ticket)

 
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