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Learn to Cross-Country Ski

The best way to learn how to cross-country ski is to take a lesson or two from a qualified instructor and then practice your new skills on groomed trails. 

Groomed trails are simply easier to ski on than rough snow is, and they allow you the freedom to concentrate on developing your technique.  Packed trails also let you quickly gain self-confidence in your newly learned skills.

When you gain some experience and master your technique, then you can venture off the beaten path to uncharted territories.

Cross Country Ski Areas Association has plenty of great articles for both beginners and experienced skiers.

Your Guide to Cross Country Skiing from Snowlink.

Master Skier Online publication for Nordic ski racers offers tips and articles.


























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