Are you ready for snow?
The Pagosa Nordic Club will hold its first meeting of the season at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9, at the Pagosa Springs Town Hall.
There are many new developments to discuss, including our four new, groomed trail systems (with 50km of groomed terrain), funding, new equipment, Web page, brochures, club incorporation, board member elections, club membership and volunteers.
Pagosa Nordic Club is a non-profit volunteer organization committed, “To enhance winter recreational opportunities in Pagosa Springs by maintaining accessible groomed winter trails for skate skiing, classic cross country skiing and snowshoeing, and to encourage and promote the use of these winter trails through education, marketing and events.”
There are no fees required to use the trails, however, donations, sponsorships and grants are a critical part of funding which enables the club to continue trail grooming operations.
The Pagosa Nordic Club thanks the U.S. Forest Service, Town of Pagosa Springs, Archuleta County, local businesses, residents and visitors for their continued support of the groomed nordic ski trails project.
Check out (and save to your favorites) the new Web page pagosanordic.com for up-to-date trail grooming conditions, weather, donation information and to contact us. New information will be added each week as winter approaches.
Pagosa Nordic Club is currrently recruiting and compiling a list of prospective volunteers to help with trail grooming, fund-raising, event organizing, grant writing, administration and more. If you are interested in volunteering, contact us through the Web page or call 946-7225.
Help spread the word, and consider becoming a new club member.