DULUTH - After a warm winter cancelled the race last year, people on skis and snowshoes were back back at it on Sunday.
A community kicked off the 10th Annual Boulder Lake Ski Race and Snowshoe Stomp on the snow-covered trails.
This year's race was even postponed for more than three weeks.
But organizers said the chilly weather made for a perfect day to make a mark in the powder.
“We try to tailor it to be a competitive event, we draw a good athletes, but yet not super competitive where it’s no fun then. We try to keep it fun with a nice backwoods, north woods feel to it,” Race Director Clayton Keim said.
After the race competitors enjoyed chili at the finish line.