Ski Report for Saturday, November 16th

Snow is melted and trails are useable, but wearing an orange jacket or vest is critical! Better to be on the trails after 10am and off the trails by 3pm. This is the second day of Firearm deer season!Sat Nov 16

PM Showers / Wind high:50° low:46°
CHANCE OF RAIN: 40%  WIND: SSE at 19 mph

Sun Nov 17
Rain / Thunder / Wind High:57° Low:33°
CHANCE OF RAIN: 80%
WIND: S at 22 mph

Mon Nov 18
Rain / Snow Showers High:35° Low:24°
CHANCE OF PRECIP: 50%
WIND: WNW at 19 mph

In addition to having Fat Tire bikes to try out on the Blizzard trail, we are trying out a new training machine called the Concept 2 SkiErg to help you get ready for XC Skiing this winter. Hop on and get ready for your heart rate to increase rather quickly! 
 

We are open every day and the Preseason Sale is in full swing. Now is the time to expertly fitted for new skis, boots and XC ski clothing.We will be serving our Famous Spicy Chili with 7 grain rolls this weekend!One schedule change to our calendar of events: The Eli Brown skate and classic clinics for Saturday, December 7th have been changed to Andy Liebner skate and classic clinics! Andy is a very accomplished ski racer and coach, and like Eli he teaches the “new style” of xc skiing. He is a super passionate skier with a great attitude, and takes great care in improving the technique of everyone he coaches. This clinic has the same details as the Eli clinic – skate session 10am-12pm, classic session 1pm-3pm. $25 each, or $40 for both. Preregister by emailing info@crosscountryski.com, or calling 800-832-2663.

 

Follow up the clinic with a free Toko wax clinic at 4pm, and if you’re on our race team or are thinking about joining, stick around for our annual team kick-off potluck dinner at 6pm!

Hope to see you soon!

Lynne, Bob, Fran, Stu, Mariah, Brian, Erin, Michelle, Sara, Matt, Abby, Hope, Jimmy Mac, Anna, Jessica, Garrett, Gage, Kerrigan and the rest of the crew.

For more information go to: www.crosscountryski.com