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February President’s Broadcast

Dear Trakkers,

Every year seems to be bring some ups and downs with the weather and our ski conditions — and this season is shaping up to be no different! Rest assured, we will still get in many Sunday trips before the end of the season!

Cudos to Laurel on Level 1 Certification!

Congratulations go out to Laurel Christie, who completed her Level 1 CANSI ski instructor certification earlier this month! Laurel had been assisting with some of our Ski School lessons thus far this season — and she worked hard on her training for the instructor program — so please join me in welcoming her as a fully certified instructor to our Ski School! Well done!

Reminder — Wine and Cheese — February 25, 2018

This year’s annual wine and cheese will be held on Sunday, February 25th at Scenic Caves. This is a great mid-season opportunity to socialize with other members in the club and we will have the very cozy log cabin at Scenic Caves booked for our exclusive use again this year.

Festivities will begin at approximately 3:00 p.m., giving us lots of time to socialize before we board the bus back to the city at 4:30.

Photo Contest Now Underway!

Our annual photo contest is off to a great start, with each of our weekly themes giving you the opportunity to win a $50 MEC gift card! Winner of our first week’s theme — “Show Us Your Style” — was Niki Müller:

Week1_PhotoContest_2

“Longgggg me skiing”

Upcoming themes include:

  • Wild Life — closes noon, Saturday, February 17
  • Spectacular Wipeouts — closes noon, Saturday, February 24
  • Winter Patterns in Nature — closes noon, Saturday, March 3

Check out the Photo Contest page on our web site for full details and watch our Facebook page for further updates on winners!

Blue Spruce Weekend Trip a Snowy Success!

It was a winter wonderland for the club’s recent weekend trip to Blue Spruce Resort in Dwight, near Huntsville this past weekend. With tons of fresh snow, members had the option of choosing between the wilderness trails in Algonquin Park or at Arrowhead Park in Huntsville. A few photos to share, courtesy of Hanna:

Fen Lake Cabin - Algonquin Park

With Gwen at Fen Lake Cabin

Heron Nests

Heron Nests on the Rockery Trail at the Blue Spruce Resort

Tell Us Your Thoughts re: Year-End Event

While there is still lots of skiing left this year, the club is thinking about the Trakkers Year-End Party and Annual General Meeting (AGM).

We welcome membership input and would appreciate if you could take few minutes to complete this short survey to help us in organizing and understanding what the membership prefers with respect to a year-end event. Thank you for your input!

Keep on trakkin’!

Jen Liptrot
Volunteer President
Trakkers Cross-Country Ski Club — LOVE Winter!

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January President’s Broadcast

Hello Trakkers!

Wow — what a phenomenal start to the season! The club has already had two glorious Sunday trips to Highlands Nordic (Dec 17) and Scenic Caves (Dec 31). We haven’t had such fantastic conditions so early in the season for many years — let’s keep hoping Mother Nature will shine on us with continued good snow forecasts!

Scenic Daves

Only A Few Spots Left for Trakkers Weekend Trips!

Interest in our weekend trips this year has been strong and we only have a few spots left for each of our trips.

The club’s trip to the Woolner Place at Highlands Nordic is scheduled for January 26-28, 2018. The Woolner Place is near Duntroon and offers direct access to Highlands Nordic trails for skiing and snowshoeing. There are 24 km of both classic and skate cross-country ski trails, and 7 km of snowshoe trails. Cost for the Woolner Place trip is $75 per person for bedrooms and $60 for the loft (up to 3 people).

Our trip to  Blue Spruce Resort on the weekend of February 9-11, 2018. The resort is near to both Algonquin and Arrowhead and offers a great range of options in terms of activities. Algonquin’s Fen Lake system of trails at the West Gate is closest to the resort and offers 18 km of classic-only skiing. The Leak Lake set of trails at Alonquin’s East Gate is farther afield, but offers 37 kms of both classic and skate trails. There is also the Minnesing 18 km backcountry trail for wilderness skiing (for the more adventurous and experienced types!). Arrowhead Provincial Park in Huntsville is also very close by and offers 38 kms of classic and skate ski trails with exceptional grooming, extensive snowshoeing trail options, a tubing hill, and a wonderfully scenic skating trail. (On most Saturday evenings, the park offers a “Fire and Ice” lighted skating event with tiki torches lining the skate trail!) Cost per person for the Blue Spruce trip is $140.

Please contact Henry Furlott, Trakkers’ Weekend Trips Coordinator, for further details and to register

Looking for Some Shutterbug Creativity!

Each year Trakkers runs a photo contest (with prizes!) to help showcase the creativity of our members while out of the trail, and to inspire appreciation of the fantastic sport of cross-country skiing.The contest typically runs for 4 weeks through the season. Each week’s winner of the photo contest is selected based on the most number of “likes” which their photo receives on the Trakkers Facebook page.

This year, we’re looking to bring some new creativity to the process and we are interested in hearing from members about potential theme ideas that could be used. If you’ve got a great idea about a theme for a particular week, please send it in to Florence de Lannoy, Communications Director, by Sunday, January 14.

Mark Your Calendars — Wine and Cheese — February 25, 2018

This year’s annual wine and cheese will be held on Sunday, February 25th at Scenic Caves. This is a great mid-season opportunity to socialize with other members in the club and we will have the very cozy log cabin at Scenic Caves booked for our exclusive use again this year. Look for upcoming Broadcasts and to our Facebook page for further updates closer to the date.

Trakkers Need Your Help — Board Recruitment Committee Volunteers

Behind the scenes the Trakkers board of directors is already starting planning for next year’s ski season — including the identification of potential volunteers for next year’s board! As part of our formal process, a nominations committee will be struck in January to help liaise within the membership and identify potential volunteers to join next year’s board of directors.

At this time, the board would like to extend an invitation out to the membership for any volunteers (we need 1-2 people only) who would be willing to join the nominations committee to help identify prospective board members for next year. It would be ideal if you have been a member in the club for a few years in terms of having overall familiarity with how the club works, as well as being willing to actively network with other members in the club to support the board’s efforts to identify prospective board members.

The nominations committee will formally launch in mid-January and anticipated volunteer time required to support the overall process would be 5 hours.

If you may be interested please contact us at info@trakkers.ca.

Keep on trakkin!

Jen Liptrot
Volunteer President
Trakkers Cross-Country Ski Club — LOVE Winter!

December President’s Broadcast

Hello Trakkers!

Our first trip of the season is tomorrow, we’ve got a few spots left on our weekend trips, mark your calendars for the Wine and Cheese, and we’re already planning for next year!

Tomorrow’s Trip to Highlands Nordic is a Go!

This is the first year in many where conditions have cooperated and we’ve been able to go on a Sunday trip in December — something to celebrate! Highlands Nordic is located on the top of the escarpment, close to Georgian Bay, and is reporting a very healthy 16 cm base, 11 kms of trails open, and only 2 spots on the network where there is a bare patch (easy to ski around). The Highlands Lodge has an excellent cafeteria, lunch room, rentals, pro shop, area for repairs and waxing facilities.

It should be fantastic first day on the trails and we have 21 standby seats available, so we have lots of space if you want to bring some friends or family members as impromptu guests.

A few reminders before we embark on our first trip of the season: if you are a member, your first trip (pre-registered) is free. (If you are coming standby you will need to pay the $5 difference at the bus for the standby bus fare.) Please remember to bring cash for your trail fee. (Trail fees and equipment rental fees are listed on the web site.)

Please also remember that our bus leaves from the pick-up location at 9:00 a.m. sharp! The subway starts running at 8:00 a.m. on Sundays — and tomorrow, in celebration of the opening of several new subway stations, the entire TTC system is free for the day. If you are driving to our pick-up point, there is parking available at the Keele subway station parking lot.

New Club Code of Conduct

The Trakkers Board of Directors has recently endorsed a Code of Conduct to apply for all members and guests participating any club activities. The Code of Conduct establishes the standards that govern the way Trakkers members deal with each other, the media and the public at large. The Code of Conduct differs from the Club’s bylaws and articles of incorporation in that it addresses acceptable/unacceptable behavior.

By taking out a membership or participating in any Trakkers activity, members and our guests agree to be bound by the rules of the Code of Conduct.

If you haven’t already done so, please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the Code. Any questions can be directed to info@trakkers.ca.

A Few Spots Still Available for Trakkers Weekend Trips

We still have a few spots available for our weekend trips. Dates and spaces available:

January 26-28, 2018 – The Woolner House at Highlands Nordic, Duntroon: we have two beds available to share in a room with two other members.  Price $75 for the weekend.

February 9-11, 2018 – Blue Spruce Resort, near to both Algonquin and Arrowhead: we have two rooms with two singles, each, in two different cottages. Also, there’s one Queen/King size bed for a couple.  Price $140 each, for the weekend.

Please contact Henry Furlott, Trakkers’ Weekend Trips Coordinator, for further details and to register.

Mark Your Calendars — Wine and Cheese — February 25, 2018

This year’s annual wine and cheese will be held on Sunday, February 25th at Scenic Caves. This is a great mid-season opportunity to socialize with other members in the club and we will have the very cozy log cabin at Scenic Caves booked for our exclusive use again this year. Look for upcoming Broadcasts and to our Facebook page for further updates closer to the date.

It’s Not Too Early to Think About Next Year!

Behind the scenes the Trakkers board of directors is already starting planning for next year’s ski season — including the identification of potential volunteers for next year’s board! As part of our formal process, a nominations committee will be struck in January to help liaise within the membership and identify potential volunteers to join next year’s board of directors.

At this time, the board would like to extend an invitation out to the membership for any volunteers (we need 1-2 people only) who would be willing to join the nominations committee to help identify prospective board members for next year. It would be ideal if you have been a member in the club for a few years in terms of having overall familiarity with how the club works, as well as being willing to actively network with other members in the club to support the board’s efforts to identify prospective board members.

The nominations committee will formally launch in mid-January and anticipated volunteer time required to support the overall process would be 5 hours.

If you may be interested please contact us at info@trakkers.ca.

Reminder: Weekend Trip Offer from the Toronto Bruce Trail Club — Val David, Quebec, Mar 9-12

The Toronto Bruce Trail Club has graciously extended an offer for Trakkers members to join on their cross-country ski and snowshoe weekend in Val David, Quebec from March 9 to 12 2018.

Travel will be by luxury highway coach, with 7:00 a.m. departure time on Mar 9 from York Mills station. Cost is $340 + tax per person (based on double occupancy) and includes three nights accommodation, three breakfasts, three dinners, and trail passes for all four days. Coach fare is $170 for non-members.

Guided snowshoe hikes with spectacular views of the Laurentians will be available. Skiers can explore over 50 kms of groomed trails in the Park Regional Val-David Val-Morin, or discover the P’tit Train du Nord linear park, groomed for classic and skate skiing from Val David to St. Jerome (40 km).

See their flyer for full details and registration instructions. Any questions can be directed to Martina Furrer.

Keep on trakkin!

Jen Liptrot
Volunteer President
Trakkers Cross-Country Ski Club — LOVE Winter!

November President’s Broadcast

Hello Trakkers!

The Open House approaches — there’s already been a light dusting of snow up north — we’ve got details of our Weekend Trips below — and a special weekend trip offer from our friends at the Toronto Bruce Trail Club!

Web Site is Back Up!

The Trakkers web site was down for a few days last week — our apologies for any inconvenience. All functionality has now been restored and you can use the web site to renew your membership. Thanks for your patience.

Two Weeks to the Trakkers Annual Open House — Nov 17

Come out and reconnect with members in anticipation of the upcoming season, meet some of our ski instructors, or just find out more about the club. New and prospective members welcome. Light refreshments will be served and we’ll have some wonderful door prizes!

Friday, November 17, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Swansea Town Hall, 95 Lavinia Avenue

Registration for the club’s weekend trips will also begin at the Open House (bring your chequebook). See details below.

Trakkers Weekend Trips

Looking for an accessible and affordable way to get out of the city for a few days of skiing? Why not try out a Trakkers weekend trip? Dates for this year’s trips are:

Cost for Woolner House is $75 per person for bedrooms and $60 for the loft (up to 3 people). Cost for Blue Spruce is $140 per person for the weekend.

Registration for our weekend trips will begin at our Open House on Friday, November 17th. Please contact Henry Furlott, Trakkers’ Weekend Trips Coordinator, for information and availability.

Weekend Trip Offer from the Toronto Bruce Trail Club — Val David, Quebec, Mar 9-12

The Toronto Bruce Trail Club has graciously extended an offer for Trakkers members to join on their cross-country ski and snowshoe weekend in Val David, Quebec from March 9 to 12 2018.

Travel will be by luxury highway coach, with 7:00 a.m. departure time on Mar 9 from York Mills station. Cost is $340 + tax per person (based on double occupancy) and includes three nights accommodation, three breakfasts, three dinners, and trail passes for all four days. Coach fare is $170 for non-members.

Guided snowshoe hikes with spectacular views of the Laurentians will be available. Skiers can explore over 50 kms of groomed trails in the Park Regional Val-David Val-Morin, or discover the P’tit Train du Nord linear park, groomed for classic and skate skiing from Val David to St. Jerome (40 km).

See their flyer for full details and registration instructions. Any questions can be directed to Martina Furrer.

CANSI Ski Instructor Prep and Level 1 Course Dates Announced

Trakkers continues to offer opportunities for our members who may be interested in becoming a ski instructor with the club. If you’re interested in taking your skiing technique to the next level and giving something back to the club, this can be a great way to do both — plus, there’s perks!

All Trakkers instructors are trained and certified by the Canadian Association of Nordic Ski Instructors (CANSI). You don’t need to know how to do both skate and classic ski techniques as CANSI offers certification for classic instruction only as well. For anyone who completes the Level 1 training and commits to teach with Trakkers for a period of time, the club reimburses the costs of the CANSI training and certification, and covers trail/bus fees while teaching as an incentive. Our instructors teach for approx. 90 mins on the morning of each of our Sunday trips, and then are free to get their own ski in through the afternoon.

Dates for the Level 1 preparatory and Level 1 certification courses have just been announced by CANSI:

Level 1 Preparation Course — December 16, 2017 — Highlands Nordic

  • This 1-day preparation course is designed to assess your cross-country ski technique and to provide you with feedback and fine tuning to ensure that you can ski at the required level before you attend the CANSI Level I certification course.

Level 1 Instructor Certification — February 3 and 4, 2018 — Highlands Nordic

  • This 2-day (16 hours) course will introduce you to the fundamentals of cross-country (classic and/or skate) and the teaching technique. You will improve your demonstration skills and learn how to introduce new people to the sport.
  • Curious is you’ve got the skills? Check out CANSI’s video of the required level of skiing for Level I certification.

If you’re interested, please email Anita Elash, our Ski School Coordinator.

Don’t Forget Your Consent!

A friendly reminder that your membership registration is a two-step process: 1) renewal and providing payment details; and, 2) providing your consent for our insurance purposes — both can be done from your Member Account page on the web site. Many members seem to be forgetting to complete the consent part of the process, so please ensure that you do both steps when you register / renew — thanks!

Keep on trakkin!

Jen Liptrot
Volunteer President
Trakkers Cross-Country Ski Club — LOVE Winter!

October President’s Broadcast

Hello Trakkers!

The club is officially out of summer hibernation mode and we are getting ready for a wonderful ski season! Some updates on our annual Open House and upcoming ski swaps.

Hold the Date: Trakkers Annual Open House — Nov 17

Come out and reconnect with members in anticipation of the upcoming season, sign up for weekend trips, or just find out more about the club. New and prospective members welcome. Light refreshments will be served and we’ll have some wonderful door prizes!

Friday, November 17, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Swansea Town Hall, 95 Lavinia Avenue

Registration for the club’s three weekend trips will also begin at the Open House (bring your chequebook or credit card for payment). Destinations this year will be The Woolner House at Highlands Nordic and the Blue Spruce Resort, near to both Algonquin and Arrowhead. Keep an eye on the Trakkers web site for updates re: dates.

Reminder to Provide Your Consent When Renewing Your Membership

Many members are taking advantage of our online membership renewal and our numbers are looking strong. Remember that when you renew your membership online it is a two-step process: 1) renewal and providing payment details; and, 2) providing your consent for our insurance purposes — both can be done from your Member Account page on the web site.

Upcoming Ski Swaps

Retire and recycle your old equipment – or upcycle with new gear! Most swap events require donations or consignments to be brought in up to a week in advance, so be sure to check each location’s requirements well in advance of the swap date:

Hardwood Hills Ski Swap (north of Barrie)
Saturday – Sunday, October 21-22, 2017

Highlands Trailblazers Dust ‘Em Off Nordic Ski Swap (south of Collingwood)
Saturday, October 28, 2016

MEC Snowfest  (Toronto)
Saturday, November 4, 2016

Come Visit Trakkers at MEC’s Snowfest

Trakkers will be on site again this year for MEC Snowfest on November 4. We’re also looking for a few other volunteers to help staff our table. It’ll be a fun day where you can hang out with other Trakkers skiers, share your experience of the club with the public and get exclusive discount for MEC’s products. If you’re interested in helping out, please contact me at president@trakkers.ca.

Calling All Bus Captains! — Training Session is December 9 

Want to meet more people in the club and get a free Sunday bus fare? Why not consider becoming a Trakkers bus captain?

Our bus captains are responsible for registering all skiers as they board the bus, purchasing and distributing the club’s trail passes when we arrive at the resort, and acting as all-around ambassadors on each Sunday trip. It’s a lot of fun, the club provides full training, and as an extra incentive, if you volunteer as a captain you get half off your Sunday bus fare. We require two bus captains per bus for each of our Sunday trips.

The club is holding our annual Bus Captain training boot camp for all returning and potential new captains on Saturday, December 9. If you are interested in volunteering as a bus captain please contact Sam Tosaria, the club’s Lead Bus Captain, for more details.

Keep on trakkin’!

Jen Liptrot
Volunteer President
Trakkers Cross-Country Ski Club — LOVE Winter!

February President’s Broadcast

Hello Trakkers!

Don’t despair with the warmer temps of late and the melted snow in Toronto — the extended forecast is showing colder temperatures again and more snow through March, so we will definitely have several more Sunday trips yet! In this month’s broadcast, we’ve got details of our year-end party, another call out for volunteers willing to join the club’s board to support operations next year, and lots of great photos from the recent wine and cheese!

Tickets Now Available for Trakkers Year-End Party & Annual General Meeting — Hold the Date!

All Trakker’s members are cordially invited to the club’s Annual General Meeting and Year-End Party:

Saturday, April 1, 2017
6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
The Crooked Cue
3056 Bloor Street West, Toronto

The AGM will be held at 6:00 p.m. in order for the club to conduct necessary business to conclude the season and nominate the board to support next season’s operations. Agenda and materials to support the AGM will be posted to the Club Operations section of the member-only area of the web site within the next few days. We’ll also send a separate email out to all members with instructions for access.

The year-end party begins at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $38 per person and include buffet dinner, taxes, gratuities and access to pool tables for the evening. Tickets for the year-end party must be purchased in advance on the Trakkers’ web site. (Simply log in to your member account and tickets can purchased from the Events section at the bottom of the page.) Cash bar will offer a regular selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.

See flyer for full details and menu.

The Club Needs a Few Good Volunteers!

As our Annual General Meeting gets closer, the club is still seeking a number of volunteers willing to join the board of directors to support operations for next year’s ski season. Being on the board is a great way to meet more members in the club and share your love of skiing with others by giving something back.

The board meets once per month (2 hours) from September through April. Depending on the portfolio, volunteer hours beyond the monthly board meetings may vary. We are seeking individuals for the following board positions:

Treasurer — responsible for Trakkers’ weekly banking and financial reconciliations during the ski season, making sure our bills are paid and tax filings done in a timely manner, monitoring the club’s investments, and in conjunction with the board at large coordinates development of the club’s annual budget. Weekly time commitment during the ski season is approximately 2-3 hours, which must be done on Monday or Tuesday (i.e., before registration for the next week’s trip opens up).

Weekend Trips Coordinator — responsible for booking locations and liaising with the resorts for Trakkers’ weekend trips (usually 3 per ski season), processing members applications for the trips and providing general coordination support. Note: the Weekend Trips Coordinator does not need to attend any of the actual trips. Time commitment is approximately 3-4 hours per month.

Sunday Trips Coordinator — responsible for picking our Sunday Trips destination each week during ski season and liaising with the various resorts, ongoing monitoring of trail conditions and weather forecasts, coordinating and liaising with Trakkers’ charter bus company. Time commitment is approximately 5-6 hours per month, predominantly during the active ski months, January through March.

If you might be interested in volunteering with the club — for one of the above board positions, or otherwise — please don’t hesitate to contact any members of our recruitment committee: Hanna Balakier (vicepresident@trakkers.ca), Katja Lutte (sundaytrips@trakkers.ca), or Jen Liptrot (president@trakkers.ca).

Full House for the Wine and Cheese!

Trakkers’ annual wine and cheese was a huge success this year at Scenic Caves. On February 5 had two full buses and had the cozy log cabin all to ourselves for the festivities. A big shout out to Carolyn Sitler, Trakkers’ social coordinator, and our numerous volunteers for making the event such a great success.

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Sam and Mark

Sam and Mark

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Carolyn and Hanna, our Social Coordinator and Vice-President

Lost and Found Items

The Trakkers lost and found is starting to accumulate a few items. Recognize any of these? If so, please contact info@trakkers.ca and we’ll get you reunited!

Thermos left behind on our January 29 Kawartha Nordic trip:

thermos

Mitts left behind on our February 19 Georgian Nordic trip:

mitts

Keep on trakkin’!

Jen Liptrot
Volunteer President
Trakkers Cross-Country Ski Club — LOVE Winter!

January President’s Broadcast

Hello Trakkers!

Our season is off to a fantastic start with significant amounts of early snow — most of which has continued to remain up north, despite a few really warm days through December. Read on for details about the club’s upcoming wine and cheese, our annual photo contest, weekend trips details, and important updates about the club’s Sunday trips policy.

Say Cheese!

What could be more fun than skiing all day and then enjoying some wine and nibbles while socializing with other members in the club? This year’s Wine and Cheese event will be held on Sunday, February 5 at Scenic Caves, and we have the cozy log cabin booked for the event. This is a great opportunity to meet other members in the club, or to invite any guests who may be interested in trying skiing or checking out the club.

Festivities will start around 3:00 and we’ll have a 4:30 departure time. We’ll also be taking the club’s annual photo before we all get back on the bus.

Calling All Shutterbugs!

The Trakkers photo contest has officially started! This year members have a chance to win one of four $50 MEC gift cards. Four themes have been chosen to inspire your photography:

  • Fit and Fun
  • Satisfying Ski Snacks
  • Fabulous Friendships
  • Trakkers’ Favorrite Trails

To enter members may post one photo with the theme title each week to the Visitor Posts on our Facebook page. Trakkers members and their Facebook friends will choose the winning photo for each theme by voting with a “like” on our Visitors Page. The winning photo will be chosen based on the most number of “likes” accumulated between the opening and closing dates for each theme.

For weekly entry deadlines and full rules, please see details on our web site.

Important Update & Reminder to Review our Sunday Trips Policy!

If you haven’t done so already, all returning and new members should familiarize themselves with the club’s Sunday Trips Policy. The policy outlines everything you need to know as a member about registration deadlines for our Sunday trips and lessons, guests, how to come as a standby member, bus fares, our cancellation policy and more.

An important change to note this year is that the club is limiting our Sunday trips to 2 buses (capacity for 112 members). As our membership has continued to maintain steady at approximately 200 members over the last few years, we have not seen sufficient sign-ups to fill a third bus without the club taking a considerable financial loss.  At the same time, 2 buses seems to be the optimal balance for the club to manage in terms of our precious volunteer resources. (Fun factoid: while the club’s Sunday Trip policy is to run a bus with 32 paying adult passengers it actually takes 48 paying adult passengers — on a 56-person capacity bus — for a Sunday trip to “break even” from a financial perspective.)

If additional volunteers from the membership step forward to assist with club operations, we may be in a position to consider expansion to 3 buses, but only in the situation that registration numbers demonstrate sufficient consistent demand and financial sustainability with respect to numbers.

As a result of our new 2 bus limit we strong encourage members to pre-register by the 9:00 p.m. Thursday deadline.

Weekend Trips — Spots Available & Guest Sign-Up for Woolner Trip

Looking for a fun ski getaway? Why not join a Trakkers weekend trip — we’ve still got a few spots left:

The January 27-29, 2017 trip to Woolner House at Highlands Nordic has 1 spot available. The February 10-12, 2017 trip to Blue Spruce Resort, near Algonquin and Arrowhead, has 5 spots available. Please contact Henry Furlott, our Weekend Trips Coordinator, for more details and to obtain application forms for the trips.

In addition, registration for the Woolner House trip has now opened up so that members can also register guests to join on the trip. Contact Henry for details.

Keep on trakkin’!

Jen Liptrot
Volunteer President
Trakkers Cross-Country Ski Club — LOVE Winter!