Our next executive meeting is Monday, June. 10th from 7pm-9pm at 1898 Hunter Street. Everyone is welcome to attend. We will be planning for the 2019-2020 season.
We are now officially closed for the 2018-2019 season. The chalet will no longer be open and rentals are no longer available. Trails remain open for as long as conditions allow but are use at your own risk.
Thanks for another great season! See you next winter!
Sunday May 5th from 4pm-6pm in the Ken Bahnuk Lounge
Everyone is welcome to attend!
Due to the anticipated rains on March 14&15 the trails at Laurentian Nordic will be closed both days. With cooling temperatures expected on Friday night and into the weekend we will assess the snow conditions and groom the trails when we are able to. Please watch for updates on trail conditions. We appreciate your cooperation in staying off the trails while they are soft. Lots of spring skiing ahead with the base we have!
The next Laurentian Nordic Executive Meeting is Dec. 15th starting at 10am taking place at the Stadium Chalet. Members of the public are welcome to attend. Come see what we are all about!
Are you an avid Cross Country skier?
Have you mastered the basic techniques of Classic skiing?
Are you ready to improve your Skate skiing?
Then you’re invited to the Level I Instructor Preparation courses:
At Highlands Nordic (near Collingwood) on Dec 15
At Mooney’s Bay (in Ottawa) on Dec 22
These optional courses will help prepare you to be certified as a Level I instructor or a Level I
“Classic-only” instructor – this year or next year. Take a two day certification course and pass, and
you’re ready to teach for a club, school or at a resort.
The Level I certification courses offered this year are:
At Highlands Nordic (near Collingwood) on Jan 26/27
At Mooney’s Bay (in Ottawa) on Jan 12/13
Successfully complete the Level I Instructor Certification and you are entitled to all the benefits
offered by the association: liability insurance, access to fantastic CANSI training courses, on-line
learning and teaching materials, newsletters, jobs board, Pro equipment deals and more.
Register for any of these courses at http://www.cansi.ca/en/courses/ or contact
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
Youth Program registration is now up and running! Wooooo!
Thank you for your patience
Notice of Temporary Ski Trail Closure for Construction Activity
Please note that one of the cross-country ski trails located behind the Stadium Facility will be closed due to construction activity (see attached map for exact location).
It is currently anticipated that the ski trail will be closed from Monday, November 12 to Friday, December 14, 2018. Inclement weather may affect this schedule.
We request that everyone respect and obey all posted construction signage as well as directions from the workers on the affected trail.
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you in advance for your cooperation. For any questions please contact email@example.com or extension 1500.
The Gully and Shed Loops will be closed due to construction as early as Monday, November 12, 2018.
See message below from LU. Attached is the map of the affected trails.
“Please be advised that a construction project is underway for one of the campus ski trails.
The project scope entails the installation of new high-efficiency (LED) lighting along the trail, as identified in the attached pdf (see photo below).
Construction activity may begin as soon as next week, and will involve machinery and workers present in the marked trail.
As a result, the affected trail will be closed for the duration of the project.
A site visit with the contractor has been scheduled, and further details with respect to project schedule will be discussed and clarified.
A campus-wide email message is being prepared in both languages and will be circulated in the near future.
In the meantime, please share this preliminary information with your School Board and City contacts so that they are aware of the trail closure.
If I have missed anyone in the distribution list, please share with them also.”