Saturday April 16th. -8C. 2-5cm new snow. Sunny. Excellent groom. This will be our last groom. Skate only from Summit. Single classic track from Kallis. (Walk up 120m). Thanks for your support and see you in November.

Comment last updated: 2022/04/16 14:37

Masters Social Ski Lessons

Kelowna Nordic Masters Social Ski Lessons

Registration for lessons is now closed if you would like to join the waitlist please fill out the form below.

Thanks for the fantastic response

We are pleased to announce that we are bringing a new program to KNSSC: the Kelowna Nordic Masters Social Ski Lessons. The objective of this program is to enable participants to improve their skill level on skis in a fun and social setting. The program is run by club members to benefit other club members. Improvements in technique will make the trail system more accessible and enjoyable for easier, ski farther, ski more.

All participants must have previous ski experience. The minimum standard for all Masters participants is that you must be able to ski Log Cabin Trail.

You will be asked to select between Beginner (Amblers), Intermediate (Ramblers) and Advanced (Scramblers) according to your ability and fitness at the start.

You will be asked to choose between Classic and Skating groups, although the Advanced group may do both.

You must provide all your own equipment, food and drink.

Here are the particulars:

There will be 8 sessions on Sunday mornings from January 9th to February 27th.
Group activity starts at 10:00; please warm up prior.

The skill development will involve about 20 minutes, followed by a group ski with leaders to a total of about 1.5 hours.

There will be five groups: Ambler Classic, Ambler Skate, Rambler Classic, Rambler Skate and Scramblers (Advanced).

The nominal cost is only $50.00 payable to Kelowna Nordic.
You must be a member of Kelowna Nordic Ski and Snowshoe Club.


Participants must be double vaccinated.

This program is new to Kelowna Nordic, but it is modelled after many similar successful Masters Social Ski Programs in Canada.