Telemark falls within the BC Wildfire Service "West Kelowna" Danger Region. Regretfully, as of July 17, we are now in "cease all high risk activities" status. Please act accordingly. Check here for our current Danger Class (updated daily) -- … [Read More...] about Fire Hazard Shutdown
Short update from Scott regarding the Law Creek Fire currently burning near Telemark: The evacuation alert was downgraded shortly after being issued, reducing the number of homes affected to about one third of the initial quantity – reflective of the control BCWF has on the event. Map released today shows the fire size and boundary. […]
Further to the extreme fire risk, we do have some minimal equipment which you should be now be carrying if you undertake any activities at Telemark. There are Pulaskis and backpack water sprayers stored in the groomer quonset. As Scott Anderson puts it, “You’re not going to save the valley with this calibre of gear. […]
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Below illustration shows the trail work we are planning to start next week. Normally, we invest a little bit every year to improve trail groom-ability and to tweak trails to reduce the amount of snow cover required before we can start grooming (equals earlier opening date!). We remove large rocks, eliminate tight radius turns, widen […]
Long time Team Telemark member David Walker will be representing Canada at the World University Games in Krasnoyarsk, Russia in March of 2019. Canadian skiers, attending full time university study, qualified for the games during the 2017-2018 season. David was 2nd overall in the distance points list. More information on Canada’s team can be found […]
Note: The below provision applies to bunny rabbit, jack rabbit, and junior XC racing. It DOES NOT apply to biathlon or people involved with the school program or Special Olympics — Barry Registration for the 2018-19 CCC Coaching License is Open June 18, 2018 All coaches coaching for more than 7 hours/year need to sign […]
Overview Telemark Nordic is located in the scenic Okanagan Valley, just 30 minutes from downtown Kelowna. It boasts 50 km of groomed trails for classic and skate skiing, an extensive network of marked snowshoe trails, and a dedicated canine trail. Telemark Nordic is a volunteer-driven, non-profit society with over 1200 members. It offers a number […]
Those looking for more information on the recent email to all members, please check back tomorrow (Wednesday) evening.
About Telemark Nordic Club
Discover cross country skiing and snowshoeing at Telemark Nordic Club. Imagine over 50 km of professionally groomed cross country ski trails for skate and classic skiing for beginner and experienced skiers, including several trails lit for night time skiing. Also, 60 km of stunning snowshoe trails through quiet, pristine ponderosa and cedar forests with breath-taking views across the Okanagan Valley. Never skied or snowshoed before? Telemark Nordic offers rentals, and lessons for children and adults alike. Do you have a child who would like to learn to ski fast?
Inquire about Telemark Nordic Club's award winning cross country and biathlon race teams. At the end of the day, you are welcome to join friends, old and new, in front of the fire inside the lodge. If you have been looking for a winter experience close to home that is healthy, fun for the family, inexpensive, and filled with amazing people, then give cross country skiing or snowshoeing a try at Telemark Nordic Club.