Have you always wanted to dip your toes into winter adventure without submerging your entire boot in a frozen stream? You're not alone! New for 2017, GMARA presents Test Your Nettle, a chance to get your feet wet without fully … Continued
We’ll be trying something a bit new for the 2017 Frigid Infliction. Never fear – it will still be spectacular! For those that have been racing with us for years, here’s a snapshot of the key items that will be … Continued
GMARA has a theme for 2016: Doing more with less! This winter, the Frigid Infliction didn’t have enough snow to include a ski leg. For the Bitter Pill, we planned a nice long paddle, but forgot to gather enough water … Continued
If things go as planned, this post will automatically publish when the race starts, and you’ll see: A brief course description! General details about where and how to be a spectator! Here’s our twitter feed. For much of the day, … Continued
We have a full race ahead of us! We’re excited to have filled up so early, even with finding some extra boats. That being said, we thought you might like some insight into the course… The bike: it’s certainly more … Continued
As many of you are already aware, we weren’t originally able to source as many boats from our primary provider as in the past. As a result, we had a healthy backlog of teams on the wait list, which isn’t … Continued
We’ve been getting a few questions from teams new and old, and thought we’d capture key ones here so all teams are on the same footing. We will provide boats and paddles – most likely canoes for teams of three … Continued
This year’s Frigid was co-directed by El Niño. The warmest February on record meant that for the first time in its eleven years, skis weren’t on the mandatory gear list! × Which route would you choose? Cool!
This message was mailed to all racers on Feb 25th – if you didn’t get it, please let us know! One week left until the OGE Frigid Infliction 2016! Here in Vermont it’s around 50 degrees, last night it poured … Continued
The Outdoor Gear Exchange Bitter Pill returned to Bolton Valley this year for the first time since 2009. We love spending time at Bolton in the summer – great views, great trails, and great amounts of elevation gain!