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|01/16/2016||Cook County News Herald | Gunflint Mail Run: following the icy trails|
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High Resolution Images
Contact Ann Papenfuss (651-295-2707; email@example.com) if you would like high resolution images from the 2015 race, taken by Nace Hagemann Photography. Below are some examples of the pictures that are available.
The Gunflint Mail Run logo was created and donated by JR Richards Design, LLC. Here are logo files you can download for your story. Click on the thumbnail to get the full image.
Watching the Race
We’d love to have you join us for the race! Check here for the race schedule and spectator opportunities.
We love winter! The average high temperature in Grand Marais in January is 25°F and the average low temperature is 6°F and the average snowfall is 14 inches (Source: usclimatedata.com). Even though the Gunflint Trail is technically part of Grand Marais, it’s far enough away from the Big Lake that it is usually colder and snowier. And yes, we are praying for more snow every day!
Do you have some questions about dog sledding in general or our race in particular? Check out the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Sled dog racing sure uses a lot of jargon! Find our translations on the Mushing Terminology page.