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  • 2020/2021 Club Registration Registration on Zone4 is now open. Refer to the Membership page or go direct to Zone4.Ski Swap Shop is not being held this year, we are sorry to hear. With the present Covid infection rates, it is not deemed safe.This winter there may be some changes for the ski club and  we will follow the Manitoba regulations set out by the province and the Cross-Country Ski Association of Manitoba. (CCSAM) We will keep you informed as we learn what is expected.
    Posted Oct 17, 2020, 6:31 PM by Ski Club Webmaster
  • 2020 Loppet Results and Photos Find the Loppet results in the linked PDF, and Derek Owens photos 'On the Course' by following this link. Also see photos of the Loppet by Kneale Quayle here.
    Posted Feb 19, 2020, 6:24 PM by Willy Froese
  • Doreen and Robert Dick Memorial Ski Tour - Added Photos The 2019 Doreen & Robert Dick Memorial Ski Tour was held Feb 16.Photos taken during 2019 Tour below. 
    Posted Feb 24, 2020, 2:34 PM by Willy Froese
  • The Doreen and Robert Dick Story Whiteshell Cross Country Ski Club hosts Doreen and Robert Dick Memorial Ski Tour in support of the ALS Society of ManitobaDoreen and Robert DickSince February 2002 the Whiteshell Cross Country Ski club has hosted the annual Doreen Dick Fortitude Ski Tour. In 2013, the ski club honoured the memory of both Doreen and Robert Dick, who were a vital part of our ski club and community by hosting the first Doreen and Robert Dick Memorial Ski Tour in support of the ALS Society of Manitoba. The event which brought out 55 skiers who raised 8, 213.00 for Manitobans living with ALS was considered a success and The Whiteshell Ski Club has decided to run a modified version ...
    Posted Feb 5, 2019, 1:13 PM by Willy Froese
  • Warming Huts The Whiteshell Ski Club maintains warming huts located on the Red, Orange and English River Trails. Skiers may use them at their own discretion. The Club charges no fees, takes no bookings, and assumes no responsibility for the safety and well-being of the users. Users should be self-sufficient and be prepared to handle any eventuality (for example, lack of firewood, injuries, accidents, poor signal strength for cell phones, and the possibility of sharing the premises with others.) Donations help our non-profit, volunteer group to cover the cost of maintaining the trail network and the warming huts. For assistance in an emergency, call 911.
    Posted Jan 16, 2016, 2:27 PM by Ski Club Webmaster
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Trail Conditions

  • 2021 Season There is snow in the forecast. Not enough to ski on - yet - but the colder weather is just getting started. Lets get ready!
    Posted Oct 17, 2020, 6:36 PM by Ski Club Webmaster
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All trail work (all club work!) is done by volunteers during their spare time.
And we say 'Thank You' to them for doing so!
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