The Kawartha Family Enduro offers 5km, 10km and 20km races in Classic or Free technique for individuals or relay teams on a 5km looped course.
First racers start Saturday 17 February 2018 at 9:00am, and trails are open for public skiing during the race.
Looking for a gift for that special someone in your life? Gift certificates in any amount are available for purchase online and can be redeemed online for membership and program registration or in person at Kawartha Nordic for trail passes or rentals.
Purchase your gift certificate today!
2018 COSSA/CISAA Championships Race. Trails remain open for public skiing.
New for 2017-2018! Check out the new snowshoe trail map with new names for the snowshoe trail loops: Heartlands, Wetlands, and Uplands. The map now includes segment distances so you can plan your route. Enjoy
Are you a teacher or community group leader looking for a healthy, fun activity this winter?!
From January 8 to March break, Kawartha Nordic offers ski lessons and equipment rental to children in grades 5 - 12 in the City and County of Peterborough. Kawartha Nordic has designed four options to allow students and community groups increased access to cross country skiing.
- School groups ski at Kawartha Nordic
- School groups ski at their school
- Children and youth group ski day
- Children and youth group ski evening
For more information please contact us at: email@example.com or 705.931.5672. Weekday bookings can be made online. For evening or weekend bookings please contact us.
When: 9am to 5pm, December 2, 2017
Where: Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School
All coaches with Kawartha Nordic’s Bunnyrabbit and Jackrabbit programs are asked to register for this 8-hour course by November 19th. To register, please refer to the email from Ryan, Youth Program Coordinator.read more
When: 9am to 5pm, December 16 & 17, 2017
Where: Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School
This workshop is the second step in the NCCP progression. It provides essential training for coaches delivering an effective skill development program to children six to nine years of age (the FUNdamentals stage of skier development). It is designed to train coaches to teach children intermediate technical skills in an enjoyable way so that it is FUN to learn, to select games that reinforce the technical skills being taught, to design and lead on-snow sessions, and to select and prepare equipment for young children. Successful completion of the NCCP Introduction to Community Coaching Workshop is a prerequisite.
All coaches with Kawartha Nordic’s Track Attack and L2T program are asked to register for this 2-day course by December 1, 2017. Participants should have completed the NCCP Introduction to Community Coaching course as a prerequisite. To regiser, please refer to the email from Ryan, Youth Program Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
One full day of the course will be dedicated to work with coaches on-snow for technical skills development and practice.read more
Fall means trail work at Kawartha Nordic! Trail clearing and volunteer weekends will be planned throughout the fall with dates posted to the website. Can't make one of these dates? No problem, feel free to visit on your own schedule and send us an email to let us know what you've done so we can direct other volunteers.
What's involved? Simply hiking the trails, removing branches, sticks and large stones from the trail bed, and cutting back any branches that interfere with safe skiing from the side of the trail. If you come across any large fallen trees send us an email to let us know the location. Other jobs such as stacking firewood are needed at the Woodfine chalet. The woodshed at the Laderach cabin also needs some TLC.
A volunteer coordinator will be at the Woodfine Chalet at the beginning of the day and will leave instructions for those arriving later in the day
- November 4 - noon - 4pm
- November 5 between 10am and 3pm.
- November 12 - 9am - noon
- November 13 - 10am-3pm
- additional dates will be added shortly
No need to RSVP. Please bring work gloves, work boots/ footwear, snacks and drinks, loppers, handsaws, trimmers or any other equipment you might make good use of.