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Crowd gathers for drinking and music during the 2022 Luminary Loppet. This years Loppet will take place Feb. 18.

City of Lakes Loppet Winter Festival preview

Aidan Shafton and Eliah Fink January 17, 2023

Every year, the Loppet Foundation holds a festival called the City of Lakes Loppet Winter Festival. This festival takes place throughout the Twin Cities metro area, much of it on various lakes around the...

Loppet ski event

February 9, 2020

Sophomore Tait Myers races downhill in a classic ski race Jan. 4 at the Loppet High School Invite at Theodore Wirth Park. Myers and his relay partner senior Rakesh Plantz placed ninth in the boys classic relay competition and the boys team placed eighth overall.

Nordic skis in Loppet Invite

Sofie Geretz January 5, 2020

After cheering on her teammates, senior and captain Maggie Klein said the race was different than usual because the team competed in relays. “This meet is unique because there were relays, (which) we’ve...

The 2018 Luminary Loppet takes place Feb. 3 on the frozen Lake of the Isles in Minneapolis.

Annual event highlights Minnesotan traditions

Marta Hill and Isabel Kjaer February 2, 2018

As junior Anika Hanson prepares to attend her tenth Luminary Loppet, she said she looks forward to the lights, excitement and overall vibe of the night. “It's really fun to have the whole lake light...

Preparations begin: The Luminary Loppet begins preparations for the event Feb. 6

Luminary Loppet lights up winter

Maggie Bahnson February 4, 2016

Freshman Lexi Lee remembers seeing Lake of the Isles illuminated with candles from her previous Luminary Loppet experience a few years ago, and hopes to return one winter. The Luminary Loppet is...

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