Hallis lake cross country skiing.

Conquer the trails

The CSTC is all set to host a free cross country ski camp for young aspiring skiers at the Hallis Lake Lodge Friday.

The Cariboo Ski Touring Club (CSTC) is all set to host a free cross country ski camp for young aspiring skiers at the Hallis Lake Lodge Friday, Feb. 27 from 3 – 8 p.m.

Ski camps are fully supervised with certified instructors and coaches to help teach the skill of cross country skiing or help improve upon an avid skiers form.

As the sun goes down skiers will be given head lamps to guide the way as they tackle the trails in the evening light.

Hot chocolate and snack are provided, along with a bonfire with marshmallows.

Registration and ski rentals are free for kids ages 10 – 13, however spaces are limited so register as early as possible at Rocky Peak  Adventure Gear or at the Hallis Lake Rental shop.

For information e-mail Tania at rentalshop@caribooski.ca or call 250-991-6906.

 

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