Still time to sign up for Nancy Greene Ski League

The Mt. Washington Ski Club is expecting another amazing downhill ski season for its Nancy Greene racers.

NANCY GREENE ATHLETES (left to right) Brooke Langevin




The Mt. Washington Ski Club is expecting another amazing downhill ski season for its Nancy Greene racers.

The Nancy Greene Ski League is designed for kids aged four to 12 who ski independently but who would like to improve their basic skills, helping them be better all around skiers.

The program offers 17 days of training (14 weekend days beginning in January and a three-day post-Christmas camp) for approximately $46 a day (lift passes not included.)

“I like learning new skills and skiing every day,” says eight-year-old Trent, a NG skier in his fifth year. “I’ve made new friends that I didn’t have before, too.”

Parents also enjoy the newly renovated club cabin with its full kitchen facilities, wireless Internet and warm place for club families to gather.

The Mt. Washington Ski Club will be holding a live registration for the Nancy Greene Program on Saturday, Dec. 17 and Sunday, Dec. 18 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Registration will take place at the club cabin, located on the hill directly behind Mtn. Tek at the base of the Eagle Chair on Mount Washington.

For further inquiries, log onto or contact Troy or Kerri Perras at 250-850-2050 or






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