Why Cross Country Ski?
Cross country skiing is fun… it’s also fun to learn, healthy, family friendly, accessible, affordable, and offers great variety! Cross country skiing uses natural movements – it doesn’t require special skills to get started and has a short learning curve. Just a couple of hours spent being coached by a professional instructor will give you the skills needed for a lifetime of fun!
Ski Areas to Visit
The US and Canada have some of the finest cross country ski areas in the world. Visit one of the below areas with the family or just that significant other!
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Swoosh swoosh swoosh. Any avid skier knows the rush. The wind in your face as you plunge through freshly groomed trails. Then to curl up at the end of the day with hot cocoa by the fire. But with any high, there is a low. And when it comes to skiing, it's got to be...
For the amateur skier, who wants to avoid the crowds of other activities, cross country is a low-risk, high-reward middle ground that The Times piece highly recommended. Though cross country doesn’t always get the media coverage it deserves, the existing reports are...
10 Tips & Tricks For Enjoying Your Cross Country Ski Experience
As with many new activities, having a little insight from seasoned regulars can be super helpful. Below we have compiled ideas to make your cross country ski experience, be it the first of fiftieth, more enjoyable.
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Learn the Basics
Watch the video to learn the basics of cross country skiing and give a glimpse of what to expect!
Who Cross Country Skis?
Cross country ski areas may be found in all snow states and provinces.