Williams Lake Cross Country Ski Club is pleased to announce the launch of our new website, here at www.williamslakecrosscountryskiclub.ca.
Created in collaboration with website developer and Canadian National Ski Team member, Julien Locke, our new website is user -and skier- friendly, with an easy-to-read trail conditions report, descriptions of our youth skier development programs, printable maps, programs calendars, events listing and a “What’s Happening?” section for recent club updates. The website is fully mobile friendly and is optimized for use on all devices from handheld phones to tablets to desktop.
Please explore our new website – and better yet, visit us at our trails at Bull Mountain, and bring your skis, snowshoes and dog!
Purchase your WLCCSC membership on or before November 24 (the date of our Open House), and have a chance to win a new set of skis, boots and poles!
With the purchase of a WLCCSC membership, you can receive $100 off a set of four new winter tires at KAL TIRE if they are purchased and installed before October 6, 2018. Thanks, KAL TIRE!
Williams Lake Cross-Country Ski Club is welcoming new members to our wonderful facility and wanted to let you know of our local partnership and membership drive with Kal Tire over the next two Saturdays.
Saturday, September 22 – 10 am to 2 pm
Saturday, September 29 – 10 am to 2 pm
Refreshments available – donation to JackRabbits Club
Memberships purchased on or before our Open House (Nov. 24th) are eligible for ski package draw
Our adult membership fee is only $100. This is an opportunity to “Ski for Free” with a $100 coupon towards new tires – we all need them right?
We will have board members, coaches and JackRabbits onsite at Kal Tire the next two Saturdays. Our club is also part of a larger Cross Country BC membership drive.
There will be a Dozer working on the Bull Mountain Road pushing the snow banks back to open the road up more. The work will be happening Friday morning Feb 16, 2018 from 7:00am to 12:00pm. Please use caution when driving up to Bull Mountain during this time period.