Clearing for a new well takes place on May 7th and 8th. It is part of the next phase of snowmaking! The work will be close to the Teardrop and Homerun (the first turn of Teardrop after the dip). Please stay safe by staying off the trails in this area. We appreciate your understanding.
The CNSC Board of Directors recently hosted two Zoom meetings with members to discuss concerns about trail development. The sessions generated about 90 comments and questions. Answers to these questions are in the link below.
The 2021-2022 Provincial Team Nominations came out the day following the amazing 24 hour ski by local CNSC Program Athletes.
The BC Ski Team, BC Development Squad, BC Talent Squad, BC Para-Nordic Team and BC Para-Nordic Squad nominations for the 2021-22 ski year are posted at: http://www.crosscountrybc.ca/2021-22-prov-team-nominations
CNSC Program Athletes selected are:
Support your local race team with a purchase of one of these awesome bright shirts! These shirts are a quick dry material and are especially great for any activities where you may be on the road (walking, running, roller skiing, biking) as they are extra bright!
You will receive an email reminder a week before the pick-up time and date. Thank you for supporting our programs and stay safe out on those roads!
If you have any further questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Three of our senior athletes, Martin, Josh, and Tyson came to us with the concept of skiing for 24 hours straight as a fun way to challenge themselves while raising money. Their goal is to help introduce kids to cross country skiing who might not otherwise have the means or the opportunity to try this amazing activity. All money raised will be used to provide financial support for these kids wanting to come out with their class as a part of our School Ski Program.
Help support them in this endeavour by making a contribution. Any and all donations are very appreciated.
Go to the Fundraiser Page to donate
The rental shop will be closing for the season on Monday, March 22nd at 8:00pm. The trails will remain open for members and Grand Tour registrants.
From all of us at Caledonia Nordic, we would like to extend a massive THANK YOU to everyone who came out and visited us this season.
We saw a lot of new faces this year, and we hope you’ll return this summer to explore our trails on foot and on bike!
There was uncertainty at the beginning of our season, but you wore your masks, kept your distance and helped us have the best season ever!
As we are nearing the end of the season, we would like to remind you to hang onto your membership cards from this year.
In an effort to limit our plastic waste, we will not be printing new cards for every season. We are asking members to hang onto their 2019-2020 or 2020-2021 cards and we will apply renewal stickers each year. There is a $5 replacement fee for any lost or broken cards, but we will replace cards for no charge when the ink has worn off. There won’t be a charge for people who did not have a membership this year or last.
Thank you for helping us out!
Ski (or snowshoe!) into spring with 25% off our trail passes and rentals starting March 1st until the end of the season. The only time they aren't 25% off is when they are 50% off on Fridays from 4pm-8pm.
Can you believe we have a 1000 new members?!
We thought now would be a good time share our trail etiquette guidelines.
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Be sure to wave and welcome all the new faces!
We continue to work diligently to make our facility safe during this COVID-19 pandemic. To that end, we have
established practices and protocols at the club that help us all understand how to strictly
follow the guidance and orders from our Provincial Health Office, as well as viaSport,
Cross Country BC, Biathlon BC, and our local Health Authority.
Here are our asks: