Race Details:

Presented By: Catamount Nordic

Beginner Classic - Four consecutive Tuesdays starting Jan 4; Time 10 -11:15am

Beginner Skate - Four consecutive Tuesdays starting Jan 4; Time 12 - 1:15pm

Intermediate/Advanced Classic - Four consecutive Wednesdays starting Jan 5 Time 10-11:30am

Intermediate/Advanced Skate Four consecutive Wednesdays starting Jan 5 Time 12 - 1:30pm

Clinic Notes

We will meet outside, in front of the Touring Center and head out on the trails on time. 
Indoor facilities are at limited capacity. Please dress to be outside.  
XC Ski rentals can be reserved directly by calling 970-871-6667. 
There is a restroom available at the Touring Center. 
Masks covering your nose and mouth must be worn inside facilities and if you are within 6 feet of others outside.
If you are not feeling well please do not join us, know we will miss you and will get you up to speed next week
Bring a water bottle and nutrition (gels, bars etc) and holder so you can stay hydrated and fueled while skiing.  
Dress in breathable layers:  Light, wicking layers close to skin, followed by a breathable light fleece or soft shell, followed by a wind jacket or warmer layer as needed.  Since there will be very limited indoor areas to congregate before and after skiing, bring a big, warm parka to have available. 


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