Adventure program

Adventure program 2018-03-18T10:21:24-04:00

The Adventure Program is designed specifically for skiers between the ages of 9 and 18 who want to develop their fitness, ski skills and have a variety of outdoor fun experiences. Participants will be exposed to new ski environments, including forest hiking, ski orienteering, telemark and biathlon, as well as the continued development of classic techniques and skates.

The program will also introduce skiers to forest safety, winter camping and leadership in order to foster a love of skiing and outdoor winter living. Athletes are encouraged to set personal fitness goals and strive to achieve them through skiing and other activities in which they can participate.

Training schedule

Thursday evening and Sunday afternoon from September to April. Occasional events outside these periods (see examples below). Requirements Participants must have basic skiing and skating skills equivalent to the Level 3 Jackrabbit program. Equipment We recommend all participants to have both classic skis and skis (maybe a set of skis). rock skis “), with classic sticks and skate. The combi boots are sufficient. 

Program Details 

Training is provided by certified volunteer coachesDrilling in the arid areas includes exercises / games, hiking and orientationSnow training includes exercises / games, skiing, classic skatingAdvanced activities such as: Fun Run (extra ~ $ 15), CSM (extra ~ $ 150) are planned events. Other events are encouraged (extra ~ $ 15-30 each). Contributions to the program Parents contribute significantly to the activities of the season, in addition to contributing to the club. Coaching: certification as a community and higher coachCommunication: news feed, club newsletter, websitePhotographers and videosSecurity: participate in activities and take care of all those who need themEvents: plan, organize and manage events or activities 

General hours: 

Sunday from 1:15 pm to 3:30 pm for training in a dry environment or on the snow Thursdays from 6 pm to 7:30 pm for training in a dry environment at Mooney’s Bay Thursdays from 6:30 pm to 8 pm for training on snow in South Nakkertok 

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