Highlands Nordic Ski Trip on January 30th, 2016

The 10th annual ski trip to Highlands Nordic (http://www.highlandsnordic.on.ca/), courtesy of the WRNSC and the Grand Valley Trails Association, will be on Saturday January 30th, 2016. Travel will be aboard a comfortable Ayr’s coach bus.

Highlands is a great family destination, with 24 km of impeccably groomed trails for classic and skate skiing. Novice to expert skiers will find a trail to match their abilities. For a different pace, there’s also 7 km of snowshoe trails and a toboggan hill (bring your own toboggan, but no GT Racers or stand-on sleds). The ski centre also provides ski equipment rentals (both classic and skate), pro & service shops , change rooms, waxing facilities and a full service cafeteria that offers hot soup and sandwiches, hot and cold drinks & fresh baked goods.

Trip cost includes bus fare & ski trail fee. The fee is non-refundable, unless the trip is cancelled. Advance registration and payment is required. Registration and payment deadline is Wednesday January 20th.
Fee for WRNSC members: Adults – $40; Children over 6 & Youths (18 & under) – $25; Children 6 & under – $12. **Fee for non-members is $48**.

Make your cheque payable to the “Waterloo Region Nordic Sports Club“, and mail it to: WRNSC, P.O. Box 40031, Waterloo, ON N2J 4V1. Please include the names of participants, age group, phone number and e-mail address.

Skiers will be picked up in Waterloo, at Conestoga Mall. Please arrive before 8:00 am. Park vehicles at the parking lot to the south of the Bay. Enter off of King St. Park as far away from the building as possible. The approximate arrival time back to K-W is 5:30 – 6 PM (dependent on road/weather conditions).

To reserve your seats, contact Greg at info@wrnsc.ca.

Parent-skier meeting and equipment pickup on December 9

Registration for the Bunny Rabbit and Jack Rabbit programs is now at capacity and registrations are closed. A mandatory parent-skier meeting is being held this Wednesday, Dec 9 at Alpine Pubic School (Kitchener), starting at 7pm. If you have rented ski equipment and have not yet picked it up, please come to Alpine Public at 6:40 pm. Instructors will be available to help you select equipment that fits you and is suitable for the program in which you are registered.

If you already have picked up your equipment, please bring your skis with you so instructors can inspect them and prepare them for the winter.