All posts by Ann Popoff

Trail Conditions as of Nov. 20/15

We received 25 – 50cm of snow during the last storm we had…The Clearwater trail certainly has the best snow conditions due to the elevation…the snow in the canopied areas of our trails is scarce, and certainly in the open areas of our trails have slightly better coverage…these cold temperatures we are experience are certainly in our favor for freezing up the water areas which will allow for a fantastic base for the upcoming season…The trails will get packed once there is more snow accumulation….Let It Snow….

NNSC Ski Swap & Pre Season Membership Info

Nelson Nordic Ski Club (Cross-Country)
Saturday, November 7, 2015
Nelson Rod & Gun Club – 801 Railway St, Nelson
11:00 to 12:30

Sell Cross-country and touring equipment and clothing

Please look around your home for modern equipment in good condition that you are not using.
We always need more equipment to sell in order to help families and individuals get skiing!

AGM: 10:00 – 11:00
Anyone attending the AGM will be the first to the Ski Swap and
also eligible for some door prizes 

PAYOUT to sellers: 12:45 to 2:00
15% of sold merchandise goes to the club
$5.00 charge for unsold items

All The Trails Are Open

Good news….due to these freezing temperatures we have been experiencing the groomer was able to complete the grooming on the main Cottonwood Loop along with the upper portion of the Busk Loop…All our trails are groomed for both classic and skate skiing with the exception of Loop 4, which is narrow at this time set classic tracks and Loop 1 which requires additional snow coverage to do the same. Some debris appearing on the canopied sections of all our trails….Enjoy!!!!

Trail Conditions Dec. 21 2014

With 15cm of snow overnight the following trails are Open: Apex – Night Loop- Clearwater, Loop 2 (water hazards), Loop 3 & Loop 4…these trails are groomed for both classic and skate skiing. Soft conditions with these wet & warm temperatures. Our Snow Phone is updated every a.m. and also if any changes occur during the day…