Welcome the Tobacco Valley Nordic Ski Club
NOTE: A Community Pint Night at HA) Brewery/Pizza Jax will be held Wednesday, January 4th from 3:00-8:00. There will be a live auction of some great stuff to raise money for trail groomers.
What a glorious winter to get out and glide around our woods! The new non-profit Tobacco Valley Nordic Ski Club encourages you to strap on your skis and enjoy the frosty forests.
They'll promote their passion for our winter wonderland in several cool ways. When you join the T.V. Nordic Ski Club it will be easy to find skiing buddies whether you're a newbie or seasoned trail blazer. Specifically, what they do is: locate and groom trails, supply online trail maps, post reports of current trail conditions, educate the community about the benefits of cross-country skiing, and offer safety training for winter sports. So far, they have groomed trails for classic Nordic skiing in the Virginia Hill and Still Creek areas and plan to expand to other areas. They also plan to host ski swaps and cross-county skiing lessons for our community.
Club members share the responsibilities to locate and groom trails. Membership dues ($15 individual and $25 for a family) and donations pay for the expenses of the groomers.
The trails they groom are free and don’t require a pass. However, when you join the T.V. Nordic Ski Club you are in with some like-minded folks who just love to be out in our snowy paradise!
For specific trail information check out their Website. Also find and Like them on Facebook.
About the Author: Alice B Elrod is a longtime promoter, supporter and contributor to our community. I love living in this glorious valley. There are so many people here who ardently strive to help out and it's a pleasure to pitch in when I can. Writing for visitNWmontana gives me a chance to know more about our community lets me invest some creative time in getting the word out about how wonderful it is to call this place home. I also have the privilege to be involved in the community by working with the Creative Arts Council, Recycle Eureka and through my chiropractic practice, Elrod Chiropractic.