Nordic News: Jan 27th, 2018

January 27th, 2018

Hello Nordic Folk!

The snow keeps coming and trails are in great shape! We hope you are all hitting stride with your season, and we want to thank-you for supporting the RNSC. We want all of our members and guests to enjoy their experience in the outdoors (or indoors at our lodge), and we can’t run our club without your support. Here’s the news for the weeks ahead:


Strategic Planning Survey: 5 days left to have your say!

We want you to help shape the direction for our club in the years ahead so don’t forget to provide your input in the strategic planning survey before the end of the month. The survey will take about 15 minutes of your time, and it will ask you about your thoughts and your priorities for the future of the RNSC. Thank-you for your input in the process. You can use this link, or go to for more information. Please share this link with your family members and friends who might like to provide their input in our survey. Thanks!


Free Rentals for U16 Continues in February

The RNSC is happy to announce that we are extending our free-rental program for youth aged 16 and under. Come out and try skate or classic skis and get to know the fun of Nordic skiing! Tell your friends!


Team Scream is February 10th

Check out the information poster, and pre-register for the race with our online form. As you can tell by the poster (thanks, Rob Buchanan!), this is a super-fun, free event for all club members.


The RNSC is hosting BC

The RNSC is hosting the BC Midget Championships on March 3 and 4, 2018. This is a provincial level 2-day race that draws approximately 250 young athletes and their families from all over the BC. To help you with your planning, the RNSC wants you to know that it will be a very busy weekend at the club and the parking lot will probably be full. We will be sending out more details about the weekend as the dates approach. If you want to be part of our volunteer squad and help with the race, please email Natalie MacLeod at [email protected]

See you on the trails!

-Jeff Wilson
RNSC Executive (Communications)