Hello CNSC Members,
What now? This is a question many have in their personal lives, at work, and for our club. The current health and economic pressures give us challenges, but our club is stronger than ever. This year we won the Cross-Country BC Membership Contest, we had the highest club points in Biathlon BC, many Cross Country athletes made impressive wins, we saw a resurrection of the Master’s ski program, our volunteers stepped forward with enthusiasm, the recreational skiers always carried a smile, and best of all you were there. Do not think the skiing is over!
We will now close off our indoor spaces as the numbers of COVID19 cases has increased and we are at the point where exponential growth can occur. We do have the support of the Northern Health Environmental Health Officer and the City of Prince George Bylaw Officers to stay open. However, we will do our part and close all the indoor spaces with the groom team still going. Our ski trails will continue to be groomed and do not forget about our snowshoe trails! I will wave from my office, but I ask that you refrain from drop ins. Do your part and keep a minimum of 2 meters apart on the trails and in the parking lot.
Thank you to our members, volunteers, directors, and staff for the passion and joy you bring to the club. I witness and experience it every day. I feel very fortunate to be part of this family.
With best regards for your health and safety,
Angela LeFebvre, General Manager
"We strive to create a happy environment and atmosphere that promotes Sport for Life"
The Caledonia Nordic Ski Club is committed to the health and well being of our members and the greater community of Prince George. We are motivated to create positive impacts and be leaders in outdoor recreation. There is much uncertainty, but one thing is certain, our extensive trail network offers a great escape from isolation while maintaining a safe distance.
Spring break camps occurring March 16 to 20 and March 23 to 27 are cancelled due to the escalating health situation and to support efforts to minimize the transmission of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). We will follow the Provincial Health Officer recommendation to cancel and/or postpone events in an effort to keep the health and safety of CNSC members, and members of our community as a whole, our first priority.
Our indoor space is now closed to the public; the trails remain open
Trails are still open! Do your part and keep a minimum of 2 meters distance from others.
Trails are still open! Winter policy applies. Please ensure that dogs are kept to winter ski and snowshoe trails only.
Closed to the public
The Caledonia Nordic Ski Club (CNSC) is operated as a not-for-profit. 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. CNSC 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 our world class facility.
The ski season typically starts the beginning of December 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!
We enjoyed the dog trails very much!! Our two hours was up way too quickly. Thank you for a fun Sunday afternoon.