Nancy Greene ski league gears up

The first flakes are starting to stick on Mount Washington, so it’s time to dig out the ski gear.

The first flakes are starting to stick on Mount Washington, so it’s time to dig out the ski gear and get ready for another amazing season on the slopes.

The Mt. Washington Ski Club is once again inviting all kids aged four to 12 to come out and try the Nancy Greene Ski League. This program teaches skiers the FUNdamentals of downhill skiing, including basic skills alongside the technical aspects of the sport.

While the Nancy Greene Ski League promotes skiing without the pressures of intense competition, skiers do have opportunities to show off their racing skills in fun, club based events.

The Ski Club also offers certified coaches, small group sizes, extra ski camps, progress reports, family use of the club cabin, social get togethers. For further information, you can click on the club website at or contact Troy or Kerri Perras at or phone (250) 850-2050.

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