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Cross Country Ski Report: Monday, February 19th

Trails are still in good shape, with corduroy set everywhere but Tall Pines. New tracks were extended on Trappers Cabin, the full tracked loop should be complete by tomorrow.  The base is solid and the skate lanes are fast, especially on Rolling Hills. The practice area and Blizzard Trail are in excellent condition for lessons and demos. So grateful for SNOW! Today’s Forecast: Overcast

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Fischer Helium Demo XC Ski HQ

Best Skate Skis This Season – Stu’s Report

CHECK OUT THE changes in race skis that will getting plenty of buzz this season! Fischer has added TWO different models to their top-end Speedmax 3D Skate line.  Adding to their tech-loaded concepts that already include Gliding Sidewalls (marketed “3D” for their three sides that glide) and Cold-Base bonding (which was the catalyst of the original Speedmax introduction), the Speedmax line is adding a

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Thrive in a Pandemic: Cross Country Ski

How to Thrive During a Pandemic? Go Cross Country Skiing.

Cross country skiing has routinely been cited as one of the best forms of exercise and recreation that people can do. This winter, more than ever before, XC skiing is uniquely positioned to offer tremendous benefits in health and well-being. Here are just some of the reasons why cross country skiing should be at the top of your list when the snow flies. Nature

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Skin Skis

Do You Need Skin Skis?

Nine years into the skin ski revolution, both the interest from skiers and the selection of skin skis in the market continues to grow. But just because skin skis are growing in popularity, does that mean that they are right for you? Based on our experience as shop owners, and evidenced by our demo center and a multitude of user feedback, we think skiers

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