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Bunny Program (Ages 4 – 5)
$50. Saturday mornings. Focus on fun and introduces basic movement skills on skis. January 4th – March 7th, 2020. Use this link for more information about The Bunny Program.
Jackrabbits Program (Ages 6 – 9).
Provides skiers with the fundamental skills of classic and skating technique in a fun and playful environment. November 30th, 2019 to March 7th, 2020.
- Jackrabbits level 1 (Age 6) $75. Saturdays 9:45am to 11:30pm. 14 sessions.
- Jackrabbits levels 2-4 (Ages 7 – 9) $100. Saturdays 9:45am to 12:00pm and Tuesdays 4:00pm to 5:00pm. 26 sessions.
- Jackrabbits levels 2-4 (Ages 7-9) $75. Tuesdays Only 4:00pm-5:00pm. Starts December 3rd, 2019. 12 sessions.
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Trailblazers (Ages 10 and up)
$125. For skiers who want exposure to adventure activities (eg avalanche awareness, environmental survival). We continue technique development for the recreational skier. Saturdays 9:45 am to 12:00 pm. Start date will be snow dependent. November 30th, 2019.
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Track Attack (Ages 10 – 12)
Aims to produce technically competent Nordic skiers, focusing on skiing for fun while enhancing fitness and providing an introduction to training and competition.
TA1: Starts November 2019 (on-snow). 3x/week. $200
TA2: Starts September 2019 (dryland and on-snow). 3x/week. $300
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Junior Development (Ages 13-18)
Aims to produce technically competent Nordic skiers, focusing on skiing for fitness and competition. Opportunities to compete at provincial and national-level competitions. Includes race support and access to age-appropriate components of integrated support team.
JD1 (YOB 2007<): Starts July 2019. 2x/week for July/August; 4x/week from September onwards. $600.
JD2 (YOB 2002-05): Starts May 2019. 1-2x/week for May/June; 3x/week for July/August; 4x from September onwards. $800
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