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Presented By: Methow Valley Nordic

As the name suggests, the MVN Members Clinic is for MVN members.  Join MVN at this link

Please consult our skill level chart for adult programs to determine your skill level.  

New this year: Based on feedback and with the objective of creating the best possible learning experience, we are offering a half-day beginner and advanced beginner option.  If you would rate yourself as a beginner or advanced in one technique and an intermediate or advanced skier in the other, register for the intermediate/advanced clinic offering and we will manually sort you into the right group (and manually refund you half of the difference in clinic costs).

As of publishing registration, we plan to require covid vaccination to attend the event as we will have the indoor space at the Mazama Community Club available for warm-up and lunch (with a potential to-go option for those that prefer).  Depending on the course of the pandemic leading up to the event, it is quite possible we will alter group logistics to reduce the number of people inside the building at one time, or even host the entire event outside as in winter 2021.  We will make this decision in the last weeks running up to the event.   

We plan to:


Have one day of skate and one day of classic instruction as part of the clinic.  Which day is which will depend on the weather forecast for the weekend and will be announced the week prior.
Provide lunch and snacks both days.
Have fun and learn a lot in one of the most beautiful places you can ski in North America!  


 

 

 

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