This winter Cross Country Skier magazine and a few of our industry friends are once again teaming up to head to the top cross country centers and trailheads throughout New England for our 2023 Tour de Trail. At each stop, our staffers and techs will be fitting the latest no-wax, skin and skate skis. We will also be selling raffle tickets to support NENSA’s youth and family programming. Cross Country Skier magazine’s Tour de Trail is made possible with the support of Salomon, Swix, Alpina and Kästle. Join us!
After a year of extreme drought, extended heat waves, and severe forest fires, Lake Tahoe finally got its first significant snow of the winter (excluding an October storm that quickly melted). Between December 12 and… Read More »Tahoe’s Nordic Centers Dig Out after Mid-December’s Massive Snowfall
It’s only fitting that Harald Bjerke would write a history of Swix. Throughout his nearly 50-year tenure as product manager at the company, Bjerke was responsible for the development of more than 300 products, notably Blue… Read More »Harald Bjerke Writes the Book on Swix
Cross Country Skier, The Journal of Nordic Skiing, welcomes Cindy Hirschfeld to the team as editor in chief. Hirschfeld is a longtime veteran of outdoor publishing and will lead the title into its 41st volume on… Read More »Cindy Hirschfeld joins Cross Country Skier as Editor in Chief
“It is not impermanence that makes us suffer. What makes us suffer is wanting things to be permanent when they are not.”
For the U.S. Ski Team, raising money has always been a challenge. So when the Shelby Cullom Davis Charitable Fund stepped up to cover the entire budget for the U.S. Cross Country Ski Team in 2019 and through the 2022 Olympics, there was a collective sigh of relief in Park City and from Anchorage to Stratton, Tahoe to Steamboat Springs.