Boy Meets Moose
There are many moose on the trails at this time. The best time of the day to see wildlife at Telemark is earlier in the day, as animals walk the trails at night, and start to leave the trails when skiers and snowshoers arrive. For more information on the animals that live at Telemark, and their tracks, click here.
Sunday, January 15th, 2017
On this day any Telemark member (someone with an adult ski or snowshoe season pass) can bring one friend and the friend skis or snowshoes for free. Stop by the office on your way in and pick up your friend’s free pass. Rental equipment is not included.
World Junior Trials
31st Kelowna Apple Loppet Sunday Januray 29th – Registration Open
Registration is now open for the Kelowna Apple Loppet at Telemark. This fun family event will have the same format and courses as last year. Click here for the event and registration information.
Women’s Thursday Snowshoe Group
KelownaNow Article on Snowshoeing at Telemark
Click here for a current snowshoeing article titled “Snowshoeing in a Winter Paradise at Telemark”
Thefts in the Parking Lot – Not
There have not been any break-ins in the parking lot reported so far this season. History has shown they will occur. Do not leave valuables in your car, even in the trunk. Report any suspicious activity immediately to the West Kelowna RCMP at 911.
Snowshoeing on Cross Country Ski Trails
Why do cross country skiers get upset when they see snowshoeing tracks on Nordic ski trails? Because snowshoeing tracks make cross country skiing more difficult. Click here to find out why.
Waxing Cross Country Skis
Click here for a short article on waxing cross country skis.
Telemark Club Memberships and Program Registration for 2016 – 2017 Season Now Open
The on-line registration for club memberships and programs is now open. You can register on-line by clicking here. You can also download the paper application by clicking here. Paper applications can be sent in by mail. Click here to download a document that explains programs offered at Telemark.