Pagosa Nordic Club ski clinics start January 9

The Pagosa Nordic Club offers introductory Nordic skiing courses – for classic and skate styles – which take place throughout the season. The basics of skate skiing and classic cross-country skiing will be shared by some of the best skiers in Pagosa Springs. All clinics are free. Donations and membership in the Pagosa Nordic Club are strongly encouraged to help offset expenses related to running clinics and maintaining trails.

These are great clinics for the never-ever, newbie, and intermediate. Learn how to make these outdoor winter activities even more enjoyable. Bring your ski equipment: skating skis or classic kick and glide.

Local ski shops offer discounted rentals for clinics, just mention that you are attending the clinic and ask for the discount. Pagosa Mountain Sports, Pagosa Ski Rentals, Summit Sports, Alpen Haus Ski Center and Ski & Bow Rack rent classic skis, with Alpen Haus and Ski & Bow Rack also renting skate-ski equipment. Make sure to ask for the discount.

Due to Covid-19, Learn to Ski clinics will have limited capacity. Pre-registration is required WITHOUT WALK-UPS. Face coverings are mandatory for all people who attend clinics. You will need to download and print the waiver, complete it, and bring it with you to the clinic.

Sunday January 9
Checked in and ready to ski at 9.45am with a lesson starting at 10am at Cloman Park. (Keep checking on site due to snow conditions, it may need to be moved.)

Saturday 22 January as part of the Pagosa Winterfest
Checked in and ready to ski at 9.45am with lesson starting at 10am at Cloman Park (Continue to check on site due to snow conditions, may need to be moved.)

saturday 5 february
Checked in and ready to ski at 9.45am with a lesson starting at 10am at Cloman Park. (Keep checking on site due to snow conditions, it may need to be moved.)

Please plan to arrive early, prepare and check in by 9.45am with a lesson starting at 10am; late arrivals disrupt lessons. The parking lot is often crowded. Allow time to park and walk to the staging area for check-in. Classes last approximately 1 hour and a half.

You will need to bring skis, boots, poles, dress warmly and arrive early enough to be equipped and ready at 9.45am… with a lesson starting at 10am.

Space is limited for each style / level and date of class! No walk will be excluded. If you cannot make your reservation, please notify [email protected] at least 48 hours in advance to allow waiting list participants to attend for you.

To register for one of these clinics and print the disclaimer, visit The Pagosa Nordic Club website, here.

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