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Info Session: Programs for athletes 13-16 years old

April 25, 2021

Athletes aged 13 – 16 and their parents please join Sea to Sky Nordics for an information session on Wednesday April 28, 2021 at 7:30 pm via Zoom when we will be discussing our programming options for the 2021-22 season.


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Multi-Sport Summer Camps

April 19, 2021

Here’s some news you have all been waiting for! We will be running our multi-sport summer camp program again at the Legacy Park this year. This hugely successful program maximizes fun in the outdoors, while at the same time addressing Covid 19 concerns. More information about the camps can be found here

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Register now for Nordic Jumping & Biathlon Bears

October 29, 2020

Register now for Nordic Jumping & Biathlon Bears!

Registration is now available for our Wednesday Night Hoppers ski jumping programs.

And we also have spaces in our Biathlon Bears program on Sundays..

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Canada Wins Bid to Host 2023 FIS Nordic Junior/U23 World Ski Championships in Squamish/Whistler

October 19, 2020

Canada’s bid to host the 2023 Nordic Junior/U23 World Ski Championships at Whistler Olympic Park is a winner.

The International Ski Federation (FIS) declared the next generation of Nordic stars will be striding and soaring into Canada’s west coast for the first time since the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

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New Race Suits

October 5, 2020

Sea to Sky Nordics has designed a new race suit and warmup ski jacket for the upcoming season.

While the existing jackets are great and we will see them on the trails for many years to come, we thought it was time to update our look. 

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Legacy Park Improvements

September 30, 2020

Legacy Park Improvements

This “gem in the woods” is a growing part of the recreation scene in our Corridor.  Thank you to so many who make this possible!

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Venue Readiness

July 23, 2020

Return to Sport Guidelines

Meetings have been held with Whistler Olympic Park (WOP).  Their staff have put together “return to sport” guidelines which meet the safety guidelines given to us by Health Authorities and Via Sport, the governing body of Nordic Sport in BC.  Find out more here.

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