Initially developed as an off-season ski training activity and used as a dry land training technique for competitive Nordic skiers, Nordic walking has evolved into an all year round activity enjoyed by keep-fit enthusiasts around the world. Simply put, Nordic walking is a form of fitness walking using specially designed poles. Proponents of Nordic walking readily extol the health benefits of this energetic activity, which is an affordable and effective way to get an all-over workout at any time of the year, and is suitable for any age group.
Enchanting wooded trails – warm, cozy fires. On March 6th, 2010 the Northern Highland American Legion State Forest invites you to our annual Candlelight Ski-Hike-Snowshoe Event. Beginning at the Clear Lake Ranger Station, in Woodruff, WI, parts of the Raven trail system will be lit by hundreds of flickering candles. Participants can enjoy a 1.5- […]
With more than two hundred tiki torches lighting the way, skiing and hiking enthusiasts will be able to explore the slopes of the Kohler-Andrae State Park at the Winter Candlelight Hike and Ski 2010. Family and friends can enjoy this rare opportunity from 6 – 9 pm, and no sleds or pets are allowed, to […]
Looking for a camp for your child this school break? Perhaps you’re interested in doing something new for your vacation. Ski camps have much to offer to both children and adults. These camps are educational and fun. Professional coaches at ski camps will assist you in improving your skiing skills. Ski camps may have set […]
Located between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite, Bear Valley is a great ski area with a high level of natural snowfall. Bear Valley Mountain Resort is somewhat unique in that it has a great small-town ambiance that endears it to those who have visited it before, and who continue to visit every winter. Bear Valley has […]