Come learn what the Rails on Trails Cross Country Ski team is all about! The team welcomes first time skiers, those that have skied just a bit, and those wanting to race fast! Come to City Park on Oct 22nd, 5:30PM for a brief informational meeting to ask questions, meet coaches, understand the season schedule, meet teammates!
How to get to City Park Chalet: MAP
For more information: Open House Flyer 2019-20
or contact Ben Popp (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Katie Eichten (email@example.com)
Great Day of Racing at the 2nd Annual Jack Frost Fest Youth Ski Race!
New Spooner hats are here. The ski hats (same hats as last year) come in “Youth” and “Adult” sizes, the Pom hat is just one size. Both are $20. To purchase, click: HERE
Interested in learning more about the HS/MS ski teams (5th Grade an up) – check out the flyer below. There will be an information night Tuesday Oct 16th, 5:30PM, City Park. All levels of skiers welcome, even if you have never tried it!
MORE INFO: Flyer2018-19
Check back in October for more info on programs and events
More information on the programs page this summer: HERE
2018 info below….Updated 2019 info coming in nov 2018
Jack Frost Fest/ Rails on Trails Youth Ski Race
Saturday, January 14th • City Park • 11AM Start • Registration starts at 10
Choose 1 Kilometer or 2.5 Kilometer distance
Ages Pre-K through 8th grade • Adults may ski or walk alongside younger skiers
$5 entry fee • Youth Ski Club members earn their ski hats!!!
Youth Ski Demo
Saturday, January 14th • City Park • 10- Noon
Never skied? Come try it! • Skis available for 3-9 year-olds to try
Wear your own boots! • Maybe you will want to hop into the race!
Its time for winter and our annual membership drive. Please forward this email to anyone who may be interested in joining and supporting our local trails.
If you enjoy silent sports we encourage you to join our club and enjoy our local trails.
Our club maintains: 22 KM of cross country ski trails, 18 miles of fat bike trails, 24 miles of mountain bike trails, 4.5 miles of running trails.
Glide & Stride was formed in the Spooner area 30+ year ago to promote silent sports and a healthy lifestyle. Building and promoting trails systems for year round use has been a major focus for the group from its onset which has led to a strong youth ski league, high school ski team, various events and individuals excelling in silent sports.
Major projects have included partnering with the Spooner high school and city on trail building, grooming, lighting and maintaining Spooner city park trails; the Washburn county forestry department on the Wildcat mountain bike trails; and the Wisconsin DNR on the Beaverbrook Ski trails. The club encourages people of all ages to bike, ski, snowshoe, run and hike the beautiful Washburn county area.
Please join us and support our trails.
MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION FORM
Please print the above form and mail along with a check to:
Spooner Glide & Stride/Wildcat Mountain Bike Club, PO Box 218, Spooner, WI 54801
Have up Always wanted to learn how to x-c ski…or even improve your skiing? NOW is your chance – learn all about the new adult x-c ski lessons being offered in Spooner. More info: HERE