Cross Country Canada Presents Frozen Thunder
Since 2009, Frozen Thunder, an innovative snow-stockpiling project at the Canmore Nordic Centre, has provided the nation’s cross-country skiing and biathletes with early season on-snow training on more than two kilometres of groomed ski trails!
Yes starting in October, you can cross-country ski, mountain bike & trail run...all in the same day! It is truly a world-class playground for all ages!
Come visit us at the Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park, and drop by Cross-Country Ski de fond Canada's National office to learn more about Frozen Thunder opportunities for athletes, teams & for any questions regarding the wonderful sport of nordic skiing and its programs!
The Frozen Thunder partners are proud to offer Canada's best athletes the opportunity to train on snow early in the year to get ready for the podiums as early as possible for the competition season!
Thank you to the partnership of the Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park, WinSport Canada Olympic Park, Cross Country Ski de fond Canada National Ski Team & Para-Nordic National Ski Team, Alberta World Cup Society, Biathlon Canada & Biathlon Alberta! This project would not be possible without all these passionate organizations!
We wish everyone a great start to this exciting ski season!
The 2018 racing season in Canada will be launched on November 1st, 2018 with it's annual Sprint race, followed by a distance time trial on November 3rd, 2018.
Come cheer on some of our country's best cross-country skiers & biathletes as they start the last stretch of the #RoadToPyeongChang, and fine tune their technique for the 2018 Olympic & Paralympic Games! Go Canada Go!
Nordiq Canada, the governing body of cross-country and para-nordic skiing nation wide, including Canada's National Cross Country Ski Team.