Welcome to Temiskaming Nordic
Temiskaming Nordic is The Place To Ski and has earned a reputation for delivering one of the finest cross-country skiing experiences within Ontario. There are many reasons to ski at Temiskaming Nordic: awesome trails through beautiful forested landscape, early and late season skiing, great people, a welcoming chalet, youth programs, racing and social events.
We offer 20 km of well-marked, groomed and track-set skate and classic ski trails. The three beautiful trails systems offer varying levels of difficulty and length, making them enjoyable for beginner, intermediate and advanced level skiers. The combination of rolling esker terrain, unique trail system design and first-rate grooming makes the Temiskaming Nordic skiing experience one to remember and one to be repeated!
Temiskaming Nordic has grown over the last 25 years into an accomplished cross-country ski facility featuring a large heated log chalet with indoor washrooms, kitchen, waxing area and change rooms. Club membership is now near 385 individuals and families. We offer full season memberships as well as day-passes and ski rentals at very affordable, family-friendly rates.
We are centrally located in Ontario and easily accessible in often less than a few hour of driving from major centres.
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TNSC NEWSLETTER: May 2019 Edition
SKI PARTICIPATION RESULTS NOW AVAILABLE View/Download: Ski Participation Results 2018-2019
SPRINT AND LOPPET RESULTS NOW AVAILABLE View/Download: Sprint Results
View/Download: Loppet Results
A big thank you to Get Active in Temiskaming (along with all Get Active participants and volunteers) whose generous donation is helping to keep Bunny/Jackrabbit programs affordable.
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Annual General Meeting (AGM) May 10th at 6:00 PM
In an effort to keep our fees low for our members, the club has always relied on the generosity of volunteers. With a longer ski season, we are in dire need of volunteers to lessen the load and to maintain the status quo. To add to two previously vacant positions, (Vice President and Chalet Director), we have two board members who are stepping down: Maria Story, Race Director and André Lapierre, Treasurer. Please come out to our AGM to discuss the future of our club and consider putting your name forward for one of the 4 available positions.
Despite the use of volunteers to operate our club, we are incurring increasing costs to our equipment. The longer season puts more stress on our Piston Bully and more maintenance comes at a cost. As a result, we will be increasing membership and day fee rates for the 2019/2020 season. The new fees and proposed structure will be discussed at the AGM and we encourage you to attend to share your thoughts and ideas on this very important issue.
Volunteer Appreciation Night May 10th 7:30 ish PM
To those of you who have generously volunteered your time allowing the TNSC to have another successful season, we thank you for your commitment and dedication to our club!! It is not lost on the executive that volunteers have committed to a longer season for the benefit of all of our members.
To that end, we are holding a Volunteer Appreciation night on May 10th at 7:30ish (following the AGM) in your honour. We invite those who have volunteered throughout the season to join us for a casual get together. Without you, TNSC wouldn’t be the wonderful place/club that it is and is known for. We hope you can make it out.
Wood Splitting May 11th and 12th
We are looking for volunteers to help pile wood the weekend of May 11th and 12th. We are hoping that with more volunteers, the job could be done in one day (May 11th). We also need volunteers with gas powered chain saws to precut the bigger pieces prior to May 11th. Please contact Russell Walker at <firstname.lastname@example.org> if you can help.