Need some help with your skiing technique?
CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER!
Classic and Skate Lesson February 2.
Pre-register for a morning classic technique tips on February 2, 2019 from 10 am – noon. Class size is limited to a maximum of 10 participants. (3 spots left) Some skiing ability is preferred.
The main focus will be on diagonal stride, but the instructor will also cover double pole, snowplow, safety, etc.
Pre-register for an afternoon skate lesson. February 2, 2019 from 1pm – 3pm. Class size is limited to a maximum of 10 participants. Must have skating equipment.
Certified Instructor- Gary Carlson
$30 each class
Class size is limited. Please pre-register.
Contact Deb. 250-392-2468 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Class will meet at the Warming Hut at Bull Mountain.
Come to our Open House / XC Ski & Snowshoe Swap this Saturday, November 24 at the Williams Lake Library Meeting Room 10am-2pm. Ski gear drop off is at 9 am, and the doors open at 10 am. We will have a registration table for memberships and Jackrabbit lessons. Also, come learn about our new ski school program! Get your name in on a draw for a no-wax ski package (donated by WLCCSC) for all registrations received by midnight on Saturday. (includes online) AND by registering early our club will be eligible for some great prizes through Cross Country BC. Our chances will be calculated based on a percentage of our total registrants by December 1, as compared to our last years registration. We are already at 36%! or just come down for some light refreshments and say hi!
Many thanks to everyone who came out and helped. WE ARE READY FOR SNOW!!
This will be a fun outdoor day for all family members. Bring a lunch and enjoy a day outdoors!
Where: Meet at the Bull Mountain Trails parking lot.
What to wear: Warm clothing, work gloves, rain gear, hiking/work boots, and a daypack might be useful.
Handy tools: Round nose shovels, clippers, hand saws
Specialty / Power equipment: If you can bring an ATV, it would be really helpful. (Other types of vehicles are not allowed on the trails.). Please note – If you are bringing a chainsaw or any other power equipment, our safety plan obliges volunteers to wear personal protective gear (hard hat, ear/eye protection, gloves, work boots) and faller’s pants if you are running a chainsaw.
Please let Sean Seabourne know if you are able to attend (and what tools you can bring) or give him a call if you have any questions. 250-398-9588
Work bees – brushing and cleaning up trails – are planned for October 7 & 21. Meet at the Bull Mountain parking lot at 9 am.
Please attend our Annual General Meeting, October 24, 2018, 7 pm, at the Williams Lake Library’s meeting room. New members are welcome! We have some vacant positions on our Executive; please consider joining us!
Agenda includes a presentation on our new ski school program (Robin Dawes) and a look at our new website.
Vacant positions: Chair, Secretary, Operations (trails / facilities), Communications / Publicity.