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Presented By: Methow Valley Nordic

FART is a fitness-focused ski group for the intermediate (+) to advanced skier.  Each session is focused around interval-training with a bit of speed and/or technique incorporated as part of the warm-up.  

Despite the name (hey it's a great acronym), you don't have to be a racer to join FART!  About 1/3 of our group never puts on a bib, another 1/3 does it only once or twice a winter, and another 1/3 is a more regular competitor.  Everyone can reap the benefits of regular interval training for their skiing and overall fitness.  And it's always easier to challenge yourself when there are others to share the experience with!

Not sure what level skier you are?  Consult our skill level chart for adult programs.

Membership: Weekly classes and training groups are one of the perks of membership in Methow Valley Nordic.  All FATT registrants must be Methow Valley Nordic members.  Family memberships are included in registration for our season-long competitive youth programs (Methow Valley Nordic Team, Methow Valley Biathlon), or you can purchase an individual or family membership via Skireg.

Trail Passes: All of our instruction activities take place on Methow Trails' network of groomed XC ski trails.  It is each participants responsibility to have a valid trail pass.

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