Lesson registration is now closed.
We have reached lesson capacity
We have received approval from the DNR to hold lessons and will be following the Covid guidelines listed below.
Our guidelines limit us to 50 people taking lessons and/or coaching at any given time. Sign up now to ensure your place.
Tuesday Morning Lessons
Tuesday, January 5 through Tuesday, February 9 (6 weeks).
9 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.
Please arrive 15 min early to be ready to ski at 9 a.m.
Alternate skate lessons one week and classic the next.
Skate lessons: 1/5, 1/19, 2/2
Classic lessons: 1/12, 1/26, 2/9
Membership, lesson sign up and payment required before lessons begin on Jan 5. Click on the button below for signup form.
Cost is a minimum $30 donation; all lesson money goes to support the Peak Nordic Youth program.
Contact: Lynda Stuber
Tuesday Evening Lessons
Tuesday, January 12th through Tuesday, February 2nd (4 weeks).
7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
Please arrive 15 min early to be ready to ski by 7 p.m.
There will be both skate and classic offered each night.
Membership is required; club donations are encouraged but not required.
Membership and lesson sign up required before lessons begin on Jan 12. Click on the button below for evening lesson signup.
Contact: Lisa Hollman
Covid 19 Guidelines
Buildings will be closed with the exception of the bathrooms in Evergreen (which are limited). Everyone will need to get dressed in their automobiles before lessons.
We will meet at the fire pit area near Evergreen for lessons 15 min before lessons begin. (Look for the blue club jackets and hats!)
We ask that you arrive early enough to get dressed, have skis ready, and get your Covid screen done before your lesson time so lessons can begin on time.
Temperatures will be taken before lessons and you will be asked the following questions……..Have you had any symptoms of Covid in the last week, have you been in contact with anyone with known Covid? If you have a temp of 100 or higher or a “Yes” answer to any of these questions you will be asked to go home.
We ask that if you are even the slightest bit ill that you do not attend lessons that week.
All members will be asked to wear a mask (or pull up your buffs over mouth and nose) while in the gathering area and during lesson instruction.
Once small groups are identified for the lesson and skiing begins you may remove your face covering however we ask that you maintain 6 feet social distancing as much as possible.
These guidelines were approved by the DNR but they are subject to change at any time. We will try our best to keep you updated if changes occur or if lessons are cancelled for any reason.
Thank you for your patience in this crazy time!
Any questions feel free to contact email@example.com