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Construction + Trail Addition at North Highlands Nordic

Excitement is Building by Cross Country Nova Scotia Staff, November 25, 2020 f A strong community of volunteers is ensuring the legacy of North Highlands Nordic continues, as the walls of a new groomer building rise up, during a multi-phase infrastructure project.   Situated in a natural snowbelt, lies the 12km of expertly groomed cross-country ski and snowshoe trail system.  Yearly…

Ski + Snowshoe at Cape Breton Nordic

Registration is Open! by Cross Country Nova Scotia Staff, November 10, 2020 f Join Cape Breton Nordic to connect with a group of outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and spending time on the trails.  In partnership with Seaview Golf and Country Club, located in North Sydney, this welcoming group invites you to experience all that winter has to…

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS

Safe Return to Skiing by Cross Country Nova Scotia Staff, October 30, 2020 f The health of our cross-country ski community is top priority. We are working diligently on the continual development of our Return to Sport Guidelines, in compliance with rules established by the Nova Scotia Government. We will continue to partner with Sport Nova Scotia to update our…

Programs + Trails in HRM

Snow-Making, Lit Night Skiing + More – Halifax Nordic Ski Club by Cross Country Nova Scotia Staff, October 28, 2020 f Have you been searching for an outdoor sport to improve your fitness level while enjoying time in nature?  Cross-country skiing within Halifax city limits is very accessible and reliable.  Come out to play on skis with Halifax Nordic Ski…

Nordiq Canada – New CEO

Nordiq Canada Welcomes Stéphane Barrette as New Chief Executive Officer by Nordiq Canada, October 16, 2020 f CANMORE, Alta.—Stéphane Barrette will be counted on to play an integral role in leading the team focused on putting all Canadians on cross-country skis and more athletes on the international podium as new chief executive officer of Nordiq Canada, the Board of Directors…

Fluoro Decision Pending

Fluoro Decision to be Made by October 21 by Nordiq Canada, October 9, 2020 f In light of the FIS decision to postpone the FIS fluoro ban until 2021, Nordiq Canada is considering the direction to take for events in Canada. We will consult with our membership, including the Domestic Development Committee. We understand the need to quicky decide whether to…

VIP Coaching Program

Introducing the new VIP coaching program by Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic – Website, October 9, 2020 f Vip is a coaching program created to recognize the contribution of coaches in communities across Nova Scotia. Vip is not a certification or requirement, but rather a proactive opportunity for coaches to continue to excel in ethical leadership. This program is designed to raise the bar…

New Discoveries – Ski Historical Material

The Skis That Came In From the Cold f When you’re gliding along groomed trails, untouched backcountry slopes, or listening as Nova Scotia veteran racers recall the good ‘ol days of competing on harrowing snowmobile trails – do you ever think about the origins of skiing? As we prepare for the upcoming season, we publish this comprehensive post by Lars…

Nordic Walking Lessons – Cape Breton Nordic

2020 nordic walking lesson, by Cape Breton Nordic. It’s enjoyable and anyone can learn by Cross Country Nova Scotia Staff, October 5, 2020 f Beginner or athlete, Nordic Walking is an excellent way to get whole-body engagement, while enjoying a leisurely walk. Cape Breton Nordic in partnership with Cape Breton Regional Municipality Recreation, are offering lessons to demonstrate the best…

Roller Skiing in Nova Scotia

Roller skiing allows you to enjoy the cross-country ski movement year-round. Try It! by Cross Country Nova Scotia Staff, October 4, 2020 f Roller skiing is a great way to practice cross-country skiing technique and ready your skiing-specific muscles for the upcoming season. It’s also a lot of fun! If you’re addicted to the glide on skis, you’ll definitely enjoy…