Newsletter – October 24th

Stowe Nordic Annual Meeting

Join us on Monday October 30th at the Commodores Inn on Rt 100 in Stowe for a fun social event with the Nordic ski community followed by our brief (but required by club bylaws) annual meeting.

  • 3:30pm – Masters dryland training session (open to all)
  • 5pm – social hour with cash bar
  • 5:30pm – dinner (on us)
  • 6:15pm – annual meeting


Volunteers Needed – Saturday November 4th,12:30 – 2:00 PM

Stowe Nordic is helping out with this year’s Vermont 10 miler road race and we need a group of volunteers to work the registration tables on Nov. 4th.

Stowe Nordic’s VOLUNTEER GIVE BACK for this event:

  • Long-sleeve race shirt
  • Free lunch
  • Earn volunteer raffle points  (club members get 1 point for every 1/2 day volunteered throughout this season for a chance to win one (or more) of dozens of great prizes including a new pair of race skis!)
  • Invitation to our free season end volunteer appreciation dinner in March where raffle winners will be drawn
  • The good feeling of having helped raise some funds for Stowe Nordic that will be used to groom the Rec Path, subsidize youth ski programs and more.
  • Sign up at:


It’s Almost Season Pass Season

With your membership this year you will soon be receiving a new Stowe Nordic membership card which gets you a bunch of great discounts, including 40% off your season ski pass at Stowe Mountain Resort Cross-Country Center  (note that the new Epic Pass no longer includes access to the XC trails).

How to get your pass – there will no longer be a “list” at the Stowe Mountain Pass Office, instead you will use your membership card plus a secondary ID such as a drivers license to get the discount.  The Stowe Mountain pass office will be ready to issue discounted passes to club members soon

Also, if you plan to buy a Trapps pass you only have a few days left to get their 20% early season discount which ends on Oct. 31st.

Email us with any questions at:


New Friday Women’s Ski Program

In addition to our Monday Masters ski training group which is targeted at the competitive skier we are introducing a less demanding program on Friday afternoons designed specifically for women who want to learn to ski better, get some exercise, and have fun.  It is scheduled to permit those who work and can get away a little early on Fridays to join.  The program will be professionally coached by a former college XC racer now focusing her expertise on helping others improve their technique, fitness and enjoyment of the sport.

Time:   Fridays 3:30-5pm – 10 sessions from December through early March (full schedule to be announced)
Location: Stowe Mountain Resort XC Center
Cost:   $85  –  club membership and ski-pass are required (pass is 40% off for members)
Sign-up at:  (click on Friday Women’s Group) – link not available until Nov. 1st


NENSA Winter Kick-Off Party – Saturday Nov. 4th, 4:30 – 6:30 PM

Join our friends at NENSA and the National Nordic Foundation for their 2nd annual winter kick-off party at the von Trapp Brewery Bierhall (1333 Luce Hill Rd., Stowe).  This event is a fundraiser for all the great work NENSA does to coordinate and support nordic skiing in New England.

Tickets are $30 and include Trapp beer, appetizers, silent auction, raffle, awards and fun
Purchase tickets in advance here:

Thank You to Our Sponsors for Their Support of Cross Country-Skiing in Stowe

Mountain Ops  –  Piecasso  –  PK Coffee  –  Ski Rack, Burlington  –  Stowe Mtn Resort XC Center Sushi Yoshi