Colpoys Ski Trail Report – November 2018

Colpoys Ski Trail Report – November 2018

by Richard Bonert Thanks to all the volunteers who helped on the 4th November with the fall work party at the trails and thanks to our land owner, Ron Gatis, welcoming us back for the winter. The trails are in good shape and will operate as usual with snow-cleared...
Registrar’s Report – November 2018

Registrar’s Report – November 2018

by Ruth Scheel Registrations have been coming in steadily and we are looking forward to a great season. A couple of things to share: The early bird fees will end on November 20, 2018, so if you have not registered by then you must pay the full amount. As of December I...
Georgian Bay Nordic Update – November 2018

Georgian Bay Nordic Update – November 2018

by Marilyn Suke Our now large (18 members) club has had a very active Fall. Training regularly at Sawmill Trails and Harrison Park as well as roller ski practices on whatever clean and quiet road will allow us to train safely. Our Love Your Skis event saw many pairs...
From the President, October 2018

From the President, October 2018

by Mike Campbell Hello, fellow cross-country ski enthusiasts. Another ski season is rapidly approaching, and it’s time to get excited about it. Looking ahead to this coming season, our club is in great shape. We purchased a new PistenBully groomer last year, built an...
Sawmill Nordic Centre Report – October 2018

Sawmill Nordic Centre Report – October 2018

by Fred Scheel Time to get ready for this year’s Nordic season. Here is hoping for lots of snow for our new PistenBully Edge to groom. Over the next month we will maintain all our equipment and get the trail ready for skiing. We have removed some trees along the...
Colpoys Ski Trail Report – October 2018

Colpoys Ski Trail Report – October 2018

by Martin Kerr It’s that time of year, the days getting shorter, nights longer and temperatures dropping. Ski season can’t be too far away! There are a few changes happening at the Colpoys trail this year and hopefully all for the better. A new trail captain and a new...