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Presented By: Rochester XC Ski Foundation

RXCSF Youth Skiing is a Bill Koch League cross-country ski program for kids in 8th grade and younger, dedicated to having fun in the snow, improving skiing skills, and building a life-long love of the sport.  All skill levels are welcome, from first-time skiers to experienced racers - we'll have fun skiing for everyone

The first practice is on Saturday December 4, 2020, 11:00 - 12:30 at Mendon Ponds Park (beach parking lot near Stewart Lodge - directions) - but you're welcome to join anytime.  The season runs through early March, with full practices on Saturdays and optional after-school sessions one day per week when there's snow, as well as additional activities for those interested in racing.  Practice location depends on snow conditions, and is most often at Mendon Ponds (or other area parks) when there is good natural snow and at Bristol Mountain Nordic Center's snowmaking loop when there is not.  We start with a few fun dryland sessions until we're on snow (mid December?).  The schedule is updated on our website and weekly email announcements. Come join us!

Younger beginning skiers typically start out on no-wax classic skis while older experienced skiers ski on waxable classic and skate skis.  Sessions alternate between classic and skate skiing for groups that do both.  For more information see our website: rxcsfyouthskiing.weebly.com

Registration Fee Includes:


Coaching and instruction
RXCSF Hat, Headband, or Buff (new hat/headband design coming soon!)
After-ski snacks
RXCSF Youth Skiing Festival and other low-key races / events 

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