Enjoy winter with the Strathcona Nordics

The Strathcona Nordic Ski Club (SNSC) would like to help you enjoy the great outdoors this winter.







The Strathcona Nordic Ski Club (SNSC) would like to help you enjoy the great outdoors this winter. The SNSC are Vancouver Island’s cross-country ski club, and they have a program for you.

The SNSC have cross-country ski programs for children, youth, and adults – recreational and racing programs –for beginner, intermediate, and advanced, and registration is open

SNSC programs are based at Mount Washington Alpine Resort’s Nordic area and run for 10 weeks this winter. Saturday programs run from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Saturday from Jan. 7 until March 17.  Sunday programs run from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. every Sunday from Jan. 8 to March 18.

This winter, the club is pleased to offer a youth recreational program called Powder Pack. Youth aged 12 to 17 can explore the trails with a group of peers every Sunday.

The SNSC still offer their popular Rabbit programs for children ages four to 12 and recreational Masters programs for adults. SNSC members can also participate for free in a series of guided back-country ski trips. They also offer a range of nordic racing programs.

The SNSC invite you to register now for programs this winter. Earlybird program prices are in effect until Nov. 30. See their website for more details and to register www.StrathconaNordics.com.





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