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PO Box 73
North River, New York 12856 USA

Main phone number: 800-CALL-NYS  Toll free phone number: 800-CALL-NYS

New York has a wonderful array of cross-country ski and snowshoe Centers. From Lake Erie to the Adirondack High Peaks to the Hudson Valley's Catskill and Appalachian Mountains, discover NY's winter landscape with family and friends. Ski or snowshoe through pristine wilderness, ice covered lakes, snowy meadows and historic forested landscapes that are home to a variety of wildlife. Considering an outdoor adventure? Contact one of the member ski centers for up to the minute snow reports or for additional information about lessons, rentals, backcountry skiing, and equipment questions.

P O Box 525
Suttons Bay, Michigan 49682 USA

Main phone number: 231-590-5930

Humans Were Never Meant to Hibernate! The Great Lakes Winter Trails Council is a membership organization consisting of resorts, local tourism boards, events and product partnerships throughout the Great Lakes Region. Together these members offer a variety of trail systems, excellent service, equipment rentals, instruction, events as well as a variety of dining and lodging options. Visit our website at for more information on members, up-to-the-minute-snow conditions as well as membership opportunities.

New England Nordic Ski Assoc. (NENSA)

49 Pineland Dr. Ste 301A
New Gloucester, Maine 04260 USA

Main phone number: 207-688-6503

The New England Nordic Ski Association (NENSA) is the Olympic development organization for cross-country skiing in New England as well as the umbrella for most organized Nordic skiing events in the region. NENSA hosts over 50 events and more than 20 clinics for skiers and coaches at venues across the Northeast. Cross-country skiing, as practiced by our youth skiers and families, is a lifetime activity firmly rooted in New England tradition. Cross-country ski racing, as performed in the NENSA Eastern Cup series, and at our Championship Events, is a fast, explosive, and visually dynamic sport.

NY State Ski Racing Association - Nordic Inc.

Box 90
Clifton Park, New York 12065-0090 USA

Main phone number: 518-371-7548 or

A membership organization that supports the development of Nordic ski sport in N Y State: calendars biathlon, cross country, ski orienteering events; fosters Bill Koch Youth Ski League; publishes an Annual Competition Manual and monthly Nordic Newsletter; provides training programs for coaches; encourages local nordic ski clubs; sponsors end-of-season championships and festivals; and coordinates with national governing bodies for each of the Nordic ski sports.

PO Box 528
North Woodstock, New Hampshire 03262 USA

Main phone number: 603-745-9396 or

Ski New Hampshire is a one-stop resource for 19 XC ski areas located in New Hampshire. Visitors to will find information on current conditions, weather, resort facts, lodging, special events, travel maps, special deals, and more.

Box 5688
Keystone, Colorado 80435 USA

Main phone number: 970-496-4275

The Colorado Cross Country Ski Association is a non profit business association which represents the majority of nordic centers, ranches and clubs across Colorado. Our mission is to promote the nordic sports as a fun and healthy winter lifestyle. Our members host a variety of trail systems throughout the state and offer experiences everyone can enjoy: track skiing, backcountry tours, snowshoe and nature tours, races, events and festivals. Come and visit us at our website to find detailed information about nordic skiing opportunities in Colorado. Also on our website you will find a comprehensive calendar of major Colorado nordic events.

American Birkebeiner

PO Box 911
Hayward, Wisconsin 54843 USA

Main phone number: 715-634-5025

The Birkie is a year-round lifestyle choice for thousands of outdoor fitness enthusiasts of all levels. From its signature ski race--the legendary American Birkebeiner--The Birkie has grown into an exciting array of fitness and recreational opportunities. The 50-kilometer Birkie Trail attracts skiers, runners, bikers, trekkers, and hikers, from casual day-trippers to elite superstars. Hosted by major-event specialists Hayward and Cable, Wisconsin, the Birkie is now an outdoor sports mecca, a series of great races, a fitness destination, and a lifestyle. Ski . Run . Live!

3155 Teton Pines Drive
Wilson, Wyoming 83014 USA

Main phone number: 307-739-6399  Lodging: See provides comprehensive information on extraordinary Nordic (cross-country classic & skate) skiing, fat-bike and snowshoe winter trails in Jackson Hole and Teton Valley: Searchable list of trails (by location, length, difficulty, grooming/trail type, dog-friendly), cross-country and fat bike tours, rentals, lessons, XC centers, specialty stores, grooming schedules , events, and more. We are a community sponsored, online resource, designed to expand the winter trail horizons, knowledge, and experience in the beauty of Grand Teton National Park, Bridger-Teton National Forest, Jackson Hole and Teton Valley. The Jackson Hole Nordic Alliance comprises a group of 100+ community organizations and individuals working together on local programs, events, grooming, and enjoyment of our winter trails. Sign up for daily Jackson Hole Nordic Trail Conditions on Follow and post on #JHNordic and #JacksonHoleNordic, as well as Facebook JH Nordic. Discover Jackson Hole's unknown ski terrain..

Resort & Trail Services Offered Ski Lessons, Ski Rentals, Retail Shop, Snowshoe Trails, Snowshoe Rentals, Dog Trails, Fat Tire Biking, Fat Tire Bike Rentals, Fat Tire Biking Separate Trails, Fat Tire Biking Shared Trails

Location200 miles northeast of Salt Lake City miles of

Elevation Elevation at Base: 6200 ft. Highest Elevation on Trails: 8900 ft.

PSIA-E Nordic

1A Lincoln Avenue
Albany, New York 12205 USA

Main phone number: 518-452-6095

PSIA-E Nordic represents teachers, instructors, coaches, outing clubs, guides, group leaders, youth groups and outdoor enthusiasts involved in furthering their education and becoming certified instructors in two separate disciplines: Nordic Downhill (Telemark Skiing) and Track/Skate(Cross Country Skiing).


PO Box 775143
Steamboat Springs, Colorado 80477 USA

Main phone number: 970-879-8335

Professional Ski Instructors of America-Rocky Mountain-American Association of Snowboard Instructors is a membership organization whose mission is to provide excellence in education and membership services while maintaining fiscal responsibility and promoting professionalism to the public and the ski industry.The formation of an educational foundation for the organization was realized on July 28, 1988 with the formation of Rocky Mountain Ski Instructors Educational Foundation, which is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation. The foundation is involved in production of videos and publications for training and certification, safety and risk awareness and scholarships for instructors and their families.