It’s time to start thinking about the upcoming cross-country skiing season! 100 Mile Nordics’ trails and lodge will open as soon as conditions permit. Here are some dates to note on your calendar.
Teck Cup Race Meeting
Volunteers welcome to help with this fun Nordic racing event on January 22, 2022. Next meeting October 27 at 7:00 pm at the Day lodge. Please get in touch with Gary at email@example.com if you can’t make the meeting but would like to help out.
Online Ski Swap
Visit our Facebook page for details
Santa Claus parade
December 11 – 12
Interested in helping train the next generation of Nordic skiing competitors? Get in touch with Gary Carlson at 250-395-2063 to find out more about this upcoming clinic and how to sign-up.
Moonlight Ski & Glow-in-the-Dark Bocce
Teck Cup Race
Reading Break Pride Ski Celebrations
High Tea Ski
On hold for 2021/22 season. Cross your extended pinky fingers for next year!
Ongoing Events and Programs
Skills Development Program
Twice Weekly Lessons For Youth Aged 4-18
This is a great value and experience for your children. We offer “small group” coaching sessions to develop skills from the basics all the way up to competitive racing. Kids start with the basic strides on classic skis and can work their way up to skate skiing over time. Lessons are Thursday evenings and Sunday afternoons.
Unfortunately this year we are unable to offer this program, which gives local Grade Three children a chance to try out cross-country skiing through their school. In its place however we are happy to offer Grade Three students a One Time Free Ski Day (rentals & trail pass) on SD 27 professional development days during the 2021/22 ski season, over Christmas break and on Family Day, February 21, 2022. The complimentary rental and trail pass (Grade 3 students only) may be redeemed at the lodge on any of the above dates.
Woodland Wanderers Bell Trails
Back by popular demand! Look for this fun self-directed activity on our trails again this year.
Ski to Scandinavia Challenge
Record your kilometres and ski the 6513 km distance from 100 Mile House to Steinkjer, Norway (home of the oldest known skiing petroglyphs).
Season-End ‘Old School Ski Gear Day’
Don’t throw out those classic looks just yet.
Volunteer with 100 Mile Nordics
Other activities and special events are being planned as we get closer to ski season. Want to help make them happen? 100 Mile Nordics welcomes you to volunteer with our Board, or help out during events and activities. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about these rewarding and fun opportunities.