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Nova Scotia Ski Trails
Interactive maps of most cross-country ski trails in Nova Scotia. Includes trail-specs, conditions, local weather & more. Crowd-sourced.
Listing of frequented trails with all relevant information (conditions, locations, trail specs, and online info).
Cross-country ski activity in Nova Scotia by Strava users.
Nordic Ski Trails of Nova Scotia (coming soon)
Book published in 1980 by Phillip Thompson. Reproduced as PDF. Special thank-you to Phillip.
Parks throughout the province.
Facebook Closed Group for listing nordic gear and related items.
National governing body for cross-country skiing in Canada.
International governing body for cross-country skiing. Also includes alpine skiing, ski jumping, nordic combined, freestyle skiing, snowboarding, telemark, speed skiing, and grass skiing.
The CSCA has developed partnerships and implemented programs that have helped build Atlantic Canada’s high performance sport structure.
Sport Nova Scotia is the voice for amateur sport in Nova Scotia that promotes the benefits of health, personal development and achievement of all participants.
National Coach Certification Program (NCCP) courses offered in Nova Scotia.
Through its programs, the CAC empowers coaches with knowledge and skills, promotes ethics, fosters positive attitudes, builds competence, and increases the credibility and recognition of coaches.
Government of Canada. Sport programs provide Canadians with access to sport as part of a healthy and active lifestyle, and help high performance athletes participate and succeed in competitions.
The voice of Canadian national team athletes, AthletesCAN ensures an athlete-centred sport system by developing athlete leaders who influence sport policy and, as role models, inspire a strong sport culture.
The Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport uses ethical debate to create an environment for meaningful dialogue around the future of sport, based on commonly agreed principles of right and wrong.
The CCMHS is a not-for-profit organization supporting the mental health and performance of competitive and high-performance athletes and coaches.
Canada’s premiere source for tools and information to help prevent and resolve disputes at the highest levels of the Canadian sport system.
The International University Sports Federation has been the key driver in expanding the role and reach of university sport worldwide.
Promotes the sport of cross country skiing to individuals over the age of 30 and ensures regular competitions for its members across the country.
Provides a common international platform for top competitive skiers as well as for those who simply enjoy racing, regardless of the ranking.
A federation of ten ski and snowboard disciplines, whose mandate is the development of elite amateur athletes and the pursuit of excellence at national and international level competitions for all disciplines.
National Training Centres
Mont Saint Anne, QC. The CNEPH works in close collaboration with Ski de fond Québec, training elite athletes.
Thunder Bay, ON. Ontario’s National Training Center prepares athletes to join the National Cross Country Ski Team.
Canmore, AB. Provides training opportunities to athletes who show the aptitude to become internationally successful.
Safe Sport is the establishment of a universal code of conduct and sanctions that will make sport safe for all athletes, coaches, officials, administrators and support staff, at all levels of sport in Canada. The Athlete Helpline is a resource generated from Safe Sport.
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