Let There Be Light!

There was light, but now the Kimberley Nordic Club has new light bulbs. The 30-year-old overhead bulbs were replaced with newer ones received from the City of Cranbrook after an upgrade to LED. The club has over 36 km of trails and 3.5 km are illuminated for night skiing. On Saturday, September 24, Tony Hetu and Derm Kennedy were able change the 58 bulbs in less about four hours thanks to a lift from Sandor Rentals. “Replacing the bulbs while it’s still nice out will mean they will need minimal maintenance during the winter, which can be difficult to access in the snow,” said Kennedy, President of the club. The club would like to recognize the City of Cranbrook and Sandor Rentals for their c

Community Coaching - Part II

This is the second part of Jack Rabbits Coaching Certificates. Where: Kimberley Nordic Club When: November 25th-27th, 2016 Details to follow. Learn more about the KNC Jack Rabbits program here >>>

Intro to Community Coaching

The first level of coaching for Jackrabbits. When: November 4th & 5th, 2016 Where: Fernie, BC Details to follow Still room to sign up. Learn more about the KNC Jackrabbit program here >>>

2016/17 Season Membership News

Membership rates for 2016/17 season have changed and the good news is not all rates have increased. Based on numerous requests, we have decided to establish a reduced rate for night skiing which will be $5/person starting at 5 pm daily. Single memberships have been increased by $10 ($100), a family pass increased by $15 ($185) with each child between 7 - 18 yrs. an additional $5/child. Children 6 and under are still free. Keep in mind, we have to charge $19/person (same as last year) to cover CCBC (Cross Country BC) membership for all ages as well as GST). Our daily rates have increased to $12/day and we will be offering fit passes again 3/$30 or 5/$50. Find all our 2016/2017 rates and mem

Kimberley Nordic Club Celebrates New Trail Groomer

The Kimberley Nordic Club manages a premier facility, which is seeing significant investments thanks to prudent management, the Columbia Basin Trust, the provincial Resort Municipality Initiative, and the City of Kimberley. With 36 kms of groomed trails, night skiing, a public ski lodge and ski waxing facilities, the Kimberley Nordic Club (KNC) is a destination for over 5,800 members and visitors annually. The club is well organized and Kimberley members represent over 10% of the population. Sales Rep from Prinoth, Allan Graves with mechanic/groomer, Wayne Hockley. Chris Newel Photos But it’s tourism that is hot. ​The 2015/16 season saw over 130 memberships from folks based outside Kimberley

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