Register for all of the programs listed below via our membership registration system.


Parent & Tot

4 & under, semi-parented

This early years class is not part of Cross Country Canada's progression but a Golden Nordic exclusive! Think of this as a semi-parented class - your attendance is important at this age. This is a coach led class to teach your child to ski with parental help. Come out and get active outdoors with your little one, and foster their ski skills from the get-go!

1-hour session on Wednesdays at 4:00 pm (starting January 4) / $75.00


Bunnyrabbits

Ages 5-6

The objective of this program is to introduce cross-country skiing and the healthy lifestyle associated with outdoor activity and active play. The program is designed to develop fundamental movement skills (with a focus on balance and agility), coordination, self confidence, imagination and social skills. It encourages children to be active and helps them develop an awareness and appreciation of our natural environment.

1-hour session on Wednesdays at 4:00 pm OR Saturdays at 10:00 am (starting January 4) / $75.00


Jackrabbits

Ages 7-9

The objective of this program is for children to learn basic cross-country ski skills (both classic and skating) and to instil a lifelong interest in the sport, thereby enhancing their quality of life and health. The program is designed to develop fundamental movement skills, build overall motor skills, confidence and social skills, and encourage fun and participation. Low-key competitions are introduced, as are inter-club social, skill and fitness oriented ski activities.

2-hour sessions on Wednesdays at 4:00 pm and Saturdays at 10:00 am (starting January 4) / $125


track attack

Ages 10-12

The objective of this program is for the participants to become technically competent cross-country skiers and to utilize those skills to explore a wide range of cross-country ski activities, from back country excursions to Ski Tournaments. The program is designed to further develop and refine all the cross-country ski skills including speed, power and aerobic fitness, develop strength and flexibility as well as good ski habits and independence.

1.5-hour sessions on Wednesdays at 4:00 pm and Saturdays at 10:00 am (starting September 21)  / $175


Winter fit

Ages 12-18

This program is directed at teens who have either progressed through our club Skill Development Programs or are new to skiing and want to stay fit for their summer training programs in other sports or simply want a social skiing experience with friends and peers. The objective is for the participants to become technically competent cross-country skiers and to utilize those skills to explore a wide range of cross-country ski activities. The program is designed to develop good ski skills and habits as well as to foster activity based friendships.

2-hour sessions on Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00 pm (starting December) / $150


Junior Race Team

Ages 13-14

The competitive team is intended for young teens and older who wish to take a more focused approach to skiing and training. The competitive team includes coaching support at regional races and weekly training plans. Training is from September 21-March and consists of skiing when there is snow and running, roller skiing, hiking and strength circuits when there is not. 

2-hour sessions on Tuesday at 4:00 pm, Thursday at 4:00 pm, and Saturday at 9:00 am. / $300


Senior RACE TEAM

Ages 15-18

The competitive team is intended for young teens and older who wish to take a more focused approach to skiing and training. The competitive team includes coaching support at races and weekly training plans and individual follow up from the Head Coach. Training is ongoing during the summer season and consists of running, roller skiing, hiking and strength circuits. 

2-hour sessions on Tuesday at 4:00 pm, Thursday at 4:00 pm, Saturday at 9:00 am, and Sunday at 9:00 am. / $450


Ski to School

Grade 2 and 7

All Grade 2 and Grade 7 classes in the Golden area get to enjoy nordic skiing with their classes, building outdoor aerobic activity into regular school days. Grade 7 students come out 3 times while grade 2 students will come out 4-6 times during the ski season. We are also exploring the possibility of adding additional grades.

Club instructors teach the students basic cross-country skiing technique through a variety of games and activities. All skiing equipment is provided and lessons are provided to all of Golden and Nicholson’s students. 


Special Olympics

Weekly sessions led by volunteers and coaches teach the fundamentals of classic style skiing to children and adults with developmental disabilities. One of our athletes, Shelly Poland won a gold and bronze medal at the Special Olympics World Championships in 2013.

If you are interested in joining as an athlete or volunteer, please contact coordinator Sue Row


All youth program fees include membership.