Conquer the Winter’s Fury: Join the Winter Death Race 2024!
Brace yourself for the ultimate challenge this winter, from February 9th to 11th, set in the breathtaking, icy landscapes of Pittsfield, Vermont. The Winter Death Race isn’t just another endurance event—it’s a testament to human will, resilience, and the indomitable spirit. Pit yourself against nature’s harshest conditions and discover the true depth of your strength and determination. Can you withstand the cold? Can you face the odds? Secure your spot now, and become a legend in the making!
Event’s frequently asked questions and important information.
- Summer Death Race – Click Here
- A Spartan Agoge – Click Here
- Hurricane Heats – Click Here (Minimum of at least two HH12HRs, A HH24HR, or an H3X)
- A Spartan Ultra – Click Here
- A Peak Ultra – Click Here (100, 200, or 500 Milers)
- World’s Toughest Mudder – Click Here
- Other insanely difficult challenges. MUST Register, then submit race resume to LETMEIN@peakraces.com
Race challenges may begin prior to the race start. Included will be the traditional D.R. media challenge which requires various tasks to be completed such as a public commitment to the race via your local newspaper or carrying a log for 15 miles. Once you have registered, email LETMEIN@peakraces.com to receive your media challenge. We do this to ensure that you show up at the start. Keep in mind only an average of 50% of registered racers have the courage to do so. Are you up for it?
The gear list is an essential requirement for your experience at the Winter Death Race. This will assist in your success at completing the various tasks assigned by your taskmaster. If you are not fully prepared with your gear list, you will likely not be a part of the 20% who complete a Death Race.
The Death Race Gear List will be released no later than one month prior to the event. Some of your media challenges may require gear as well.
“I recognize that I’ve been extremely fortunate in my racing “career.”
But at some point, we all stumble. We have a bad race. A race finds a weakness. A weakness finds you.
And of any race out there, the Death Race excels at doing this. It’s a game of Russian roulette that we play once or twice (or now three) times a year. It’s unlike any other race: for example, you do Ironmans, you know you are going to be swimming, bking and running. In that order. For a fixed amount of distance. With the Death Race, you never know what may be in store, and sometimes it may not seem like a “race” at all.
And that’s what draws it to us. And that’s how we discover things about ourselves. And that’s why we keep coming back. But that’s also what crushes us.”