Ski Club Feature


Larch Hills Nordic Society

“We want to encourage people to come and ski and to make it as easy as possible to enjoy the trails,” says Pete Molnar, president of the Larch Hills Nordics in Salmon Arm, British Columbia. With 906 members, Larch Hill Nordics is the third-largest Nordic ski club in the province. […]

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Fireside: Glenn Jobe, Mr. Biathlon

Glenn Jobe has played a pivotal role on several fronts in the advancement of Nordic skiing in the Sierra region. He grew up on a cattle ranch in northern California and went to school at the University of Nevada-Reno where he skied on the alpine ski team. In his senior […]


New Stuff

Equipment, Apparel , Accessories & Gadgets After consistent snow, winter sports enthusiasts crave new stuff. In order to have the best experience we must have the latest and greatest equipment, apparel, accessories and gadgets. Fortunately, there’s an endless stream of new products designed to improve just about every aspect of […]


Wisconsin Committee Pushes for Trail Funding

Wisconsin Committee Pushes for Trail Funding Creation of a non-motorized trails council within the DNR is one goal of the state of Wisconsin’s special legislative committee on recreational trails. The committee includes four state legislators and eight members of the public. The group’s latest meeting, on December 5, 2008, laid […]


Master’s World Cup Headed to McCall

  by J.D. Downing The 2008 Masters World Cup, taking place March 1-7, 2008, in McCall, Idaho, will mark the first ”Worlds” hosted in the U.S. since 1998. The event will bring together more than 1,000 adult skiers of all abilities, from over two dozen nations and throughout North America, […]


New Stuff

alpina sports Alpina has been a leader in women’s specific boots and continues that trend with a few new models for 2007-08. Alpina’s new 1550 L is a sturdy backcountry boot anatomically designed for women with a narrower women’s last. Its beefy, durable construction is designed to provide great fit […]