Skier Survey
Cross Country Ski Areas Association
by ccsaaconsumer
2M ago
Take the Survey We need your help!!  The cross country ski industry is looking for some simple data from our participants.  Please help us out by taking this short survey and helping to shape the future of cross country skiing.    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PBNNL35 ..read more
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Boston’s Snowbound Expo – Nov 3-5, 2023
Cross Country Ski Areas Association
by ccsaaconsumer
4M ago
This November 3-5, the Boston Visitor and Convention Center in Boston will play host to a massive gathering of the Northeast’s ski and snowboard community. The Snowbound Expo brings together leading gear manufacturers, resort managers, coaches, athletes, enthusiasts, and curious visitors, all in celebration and anticipation of the new trends and options that the 2023-24 winter season has in store. Step into the world of cross country skiing and snowshoeing with the Cross Country Ski Areas Association, your trusted source for all things Nordic in North America. This immersive experi ..read more
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Discovering Winter Bliss: Cross-Country Skiing in West Virginia’s Enchanted Landscapes
Cross Country Ski Areas Association
by ccsaaconsumer
5M ago
Nestled amidst the rolling Appalachian Mountains, West Virginia offers a serene and picturesque backdrop for cross-country skiing enthusiasts. With its abundant natural beauty and diverse trail systems, the state invites winter adventurers to explore its hidden treasures on skis. What makes West Virginia truly special for cross-country skiing is its varied terrain. From beginner-friendly trails in state parks to challenging backcountry routes in the Monongahela National Forest, there’s something for skiers of all levels. The landscape transitions from open meadows to dense woodlands, offerin ..read more
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Choosing Your Ideal Cross-Country Ski Getaway: A Guide to Winter Bliss
Cross Country Ski Areas Association
by ccsaaconsumer
5M ago
Winter’s embrace can be magical, especially when you’re gliding through pristine snow-covered landscapes on cross-country skis. Choosing the perfect cross-country ski getaway is akin to selecting the setting for your winter wonderland adventure. It’s about finding the right combination of trails, terrain, and atmosphere that resonates with your soul. In this guide, we’ll explore how to choose the cross-country ski getaway of your dreams. 1. Assess Your Skill Level and Goals: First and foremost, assess your skill level and skiing goals. Are you a beginner looking for gentle, easy trails, o ..read more
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Embrace the joys of summer Activities at Cross Country Ski Areas
Cross Country Ski Areas Association
by ccsaaconsumer
9M ago
When you hear the term “cross country ski area,” images of snow-covered landscapes, skiers gliding through pristine trails, and the chill of winter might come to mind. However, these ski areas aren’t exclusive to the colder months. Once the snow melts and the sun shines brighter, these very same destinations transform into havens for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a wide array of thrilling and enjoyable summer activities. We’ll explore the joys of spending your summer at cross country ski areas, showcasing the diverse range of experiences that await you. Breathtaking Hiking Trails Cross co ..read more
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Fast Was: Easy Speed for Every Skier
Cross Country Ski Areas Association
by ccsaaconsumer
1y ago
What Wax? Why? Whether you’re new to Nordic skiing or an old pro, you’ve probably had the experience of slipping your skis into the track, poling hard, expecting that you will glide quickly across the snow—and finding, to your disappointment, that the sticky snow is holding you back. This less-than-ideal situation happens whenever there is too much friction between the snow and the ski: this might be because the snow is so dry that it grinds against the ski base, or because it is so wet that the skis get suction-cupped to the slushy stuff. To oversimplify, ski wax minimizes this friction. The ..read more
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Our Favorite California Ski Areas
Cross Country Ski Areas Association
by ccsaaconsumer
1y ago
Our Favorite California Ski Areas Though California’s “Eureka!” state motto originally meant you’d struck gold, today visitors can say Eureka! about a whole lot more than a few grubby nuggets. Skiers exploring California and its exceptional Sierra Nevada mountains—whether it’s their first or fifty-first trip—will be in awe of the scale and range that the state’s slopes and trail networks have to offer. Boasting some of the biggest cross-country complexes in North America, not to mention an unbelievable concentration of world-class trails and conditions, these Nordic areas are bound to exceed y ..read more
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Glide Into Summer Fitness With Nordic Walking
Cross Country Ski Areas Association
by ccsaaconsumer
1y ago
One of the distinct joys of cross country skiing, found perhaps when cruising along the crisp classic track cut through a fresh snowfall, is the feeling of total freedom. When you hit your stride right, your body slides into that natural rhythm where you can glide across the ground as effortlessly, as freely as walking on air. There, with only snow and snowcapped hills on the horizon, I always feel singularly free to fly off in any direction, soundlessly skiing anywhere and everywhere, to my heart’s content. But how to find this sense of freedom when the snow is gone? Luckily, a while back, F ..read more
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Indy Pass Partners with CCSAA
Cross Country Ski Areas Association
by ccsaaconsumer
2y ago
Indy Pass Expands Cross Country Offerings Cross country resort partners will offer two trail passes to all Indy passholders and an all-new Indy XC Pass is on sale now for $69 PORTLAND, Ore. (April 12, 2022) – The Indy Pass today announced new partnerships with six cross-country resorts that will offer two daily trail passes each for all Indy Pass holders. In addition, an all-new Indy XC Pass goes on sale today that offers two trail passes at each resort for $69 for adults and $29 for kids. The Indy Pass developed the program in partnership with the Cross Country Ski Areas Association ..read more
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Favorite Utah Nordic Centers
Cross Country Ski Areas Association
by ccsaaconsumer
2y ago
Utah has all the makings of the perfect ski destination: the singular climate and topography of the central Wasatch Range yields some of the best powder anywhere, while Olympic-level resorts and facilities make the rugged terrain accessible—without taming it in the least. The capital and first stop for any visitors flying in is, of course, Salt Lake City.  Conveniently positioned in the heart of the mountains, at the crossroads of all the major highways, Salt Lake is the ideal base camp for a trip into the mountains. However you plan your Utah getaway, be sure to put the follo ..read more
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