Our mission is to promote all forms of Nordic skiing as a healthy activity for all ages and abilities. Among our core activities are maintaining and grooming over 140 kilometers of ski trails for recreation and touring, as well as performance skiing and racing.
Serving Anchorage's Nordic ski community requires the year-round commitment of a small but dedicated staff, hundreds of hard-working volunteers, and a fleet of specialized heavy equipment. More importantly, the generous support of our members and donors is what
makes all of this possible.


Friday, April 5, 12:45 pm

Craig was out early this morning grooming the Mize, Sisson, Elliot's and World Cup. He said that the rest of the park is in good shape and that both classic and skate skiing will be great today.  He also took advantage of the beautiful sunshine to take some pictures of the trails, for posterity's sake.  Enjoy!
The sun is bright on the Hillside today.  Tom cleaned up the skate lanes on all the Lighted Loops and the Spencer and set new track on the Gasline, Richter and Ridge.  The trails are in fine shape for both classic and skating.  Have a wonderful weekend!
Bill was out bright and early this morning while it was still cold enough to do some good on the trails.  He started, as planned, at ERHS and Yosemite Dr. where he groomed the skate lanes and set new track.  He wasn't able to get the track set at full depth on the Yosemite trails, however the skiing is still excellent at both spots.  He also took a spin on the Coyote Trail System at Mirror Lake MS and set new track.  Rumor has it that these trails are the best kept secret in South Central Alaska!  If you want to escape the crowds in Anchorage it's worth the drive.   
Bill is watching the weather and will make a determination about grooming at Beach Lake early tomorrow morning.  Have a great Friday!

"UWAX is Back" Kincaid weather hotline is back online 248-UWAX (248-8929) will give Time, Temp in F, Wind direction, wind speed & humidity. Listen closely, - Hal, the automated voice, is a bit hard to understand. Huge thank you to Karl Volz for making that happen.