• Chapter 26 | Saturday, February 18th, 2023

    Thank you for your continued support!

    Thank you for your continued support! 2023 Book Across the Bay planning is underway, and we can't wait to share our great event with you again!

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  • Chapter 26 | Saturday, February 18th, 2023

    We would like to announce the Chapter 26 Race Trail!

    Starting at Kreher Park in Ashland and trekking across the Bay to the opposite shoreline at 'Dragon Island,' then returning back to the Chili Feed Celebration at the Event Tent in Kreher Park!

    Groomed per usual for Skate, Classic, Snowshoe & Run/Walk lanes the route will host 10 tree-makers with rest station bonfires & support, but beware of the dragon at the midway tent!

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  • Chapter 26 | Saturday, February 18th, 2023

    Annual Race Merchandise Is Now Available!

    Congratulations and Thanks to Tiana, Charli, Kennedy, & Natalie for their T-shirt artwork!

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Every winter, we prepare for as many as 4,000 skiers! Come join the fun!
We’ve got a great group of hundreds of volunteers who do everything from stuffing bags to making food to freezing luminaries to lighting candles to designing t-shirts to building bonfires to grooming the course. Come on up north and join us!
Book Across The Bay benefits the many charities of the region. In excess of $200,000.00 in donations has gone toward volunteer groups and charitable organizations for projects to promote the health and well being of the children in the region. If you’re interested in learning more about sponsorship opportunities, being a vendor at our Expo, or simply joining the fun for 2021, please e-mail us at: bookxbay@gmail.com
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Major 2022 Sponsors:

Book Across The Bay is sponsored in part by the following Major Business Sponsors, Presented by the tremendous volunteer effort of the Chequamegon Bay Community, & Brought to life by adventurers like you!

What We Do

Book Across the Bay is the upper Midwest's most unique winter event, open to skiers and snowshoers of all ages and ability levels. The 10-kilometer course, which is groomed for both classic-style and skate skiing, follows a route not on land, but over the frozen surface of Lake Superior, the world's largest lake. The event is held at night, and the course is lit by the stars above and up to 1,000 candles in ice luminaries that line the entire route.