The Caledonia Nordic Ski Club is pleased to once again welcome the BC Bike Ride North to the facility as a stop on their Northern Tour. From August 4-12, participants visit a variety of locations throughout the North from Prince George (including both Otway and Pidherny), west towards Prince Rupert. They will be out at the Club on Sunday, August 5th. Feel free to head out to find out more information.
BC BIKE RIDE NORTH will connect mountain bikers from all over the world on a tour of 5 Northern British Columbia communities exploring 11 distinct trail networks over 6 days of riding. This full service, mobile, event-style tour will include transportation covering more than 700 kilometers in an action-packed road-trip of a lifetime.
Our experienced crew seamlessly orchestrates all the logistics. Meals will be prepared by local caterers and there will be daily happy hours featuring local craft beer. Enjoy the convenience of having your tent put up, your custom BCBR duffle transported, and all of your daily travel between towns taken care of. Most importantly – access to the trails will be made easy.
The Caledonia Nordic Ski Club is Seeking a new Head Coach. Follow link for more information.
The Otway Nordic Ski Centre is operated by the not-for-profit Caledonia Nordic Ski Club (CNSC). Located minutes west of Prince George BC, the facility includes 55km of groomed trails, night skiing, dog friendly trails and numerous snowshoe trails. The large, comfortable day lodge has heated washrooms, a wax room, kitchen, ski school, and equipment rentals. Otway is also home to a world class biathlon facility and a cross country technical building. These facilities allow for the hosting of local events up to national level races including the 2015 Canada Winter Games. Our program participation numbers and membership base are some of the highest in the country. Run by a dedicated volunteer board of directors, enthusiastic staff members and a huge volunteer base, Caledonia Nordic Ski Club welcomes you to Otway Nordic Centre.
The ski season typically starts mid to late November and ends in April. In the summer season, the lodge is closed, but the ski and snowshoe trails remain open for hiking and biking. Please note that all summer activity is done at the user's own risk.
See you on the trails!
The instructors didn’t get frustrated with our kids! They were very friendly.