The Kimberley Nordic Club is excited to announce the release of their new Nordic Trail Map. The trail map will replace the existing map, which has been in circulation for the past five years. The club received five sponsorships from local businesses, which helped fund the production of the new map; Gerick Sports being the main sponsor.
New trail maps have been delivered to the club and are already in circulation. Its suspected that the new maps will be in circulation for the next three seasons. The updated maps include new trails, landmarks and points of interest.
“We are extremely grateful for the donations of our sponsors to help cover the costs of producing a new map. Gerick Sports is our key sponsor, while others include FunHogz, Toys’n’Togs, Kimberley Alpine Resort, and Re-Max/Caldwell Agencies. There has already been some amazing feedback from the community about the new map. We want to encourage individuals and families to come check out what our club has to offer; there’s options here for everyone,” said Kelly Diamond, KNC director.
Mike Stephen, owner of Gerick Sports said, “Kimberley Nordic Club is doing a fantastic job with their trails and continuous improvements has made this club a fun place for all to enjoy. The new map is a huge improvement; it’s clean and user friendly. We are thrilled to be a key sponsor for the club.”
The Kimberley Nordic network is a first class facility consisting of a variety of Snowcat groomed trails complete with double track, single track and a centre skating lane. There are also narrow single track trails to accommodate the more adventuresome bushwhacker. These trails, set and not, are of varying degrees of difficulty and length to accommodate all levels of Nordic skiers. The modern facility includes a comfortable 1,200 sq ft lodge with washrooms, a racer’s warming/waxing hut, 30 km of groomed dbl track trails, a 3.3 kilometer lit loop for night skiing, a one kilometre lit sprint loop and 6.5 km of single track trails. The facility also has some trails specifically constructed to be Paralympic skiing friendly.
Above photo: Kelly Diamond, KNC director and Mike Stephen, owner of Gerick Sports.
SubmittedTags: FunHogzGerick SportsKelly DiamondKimberley Alpine ResortKimberley Nordic ClubMike StephenNordic Trail MapRe-Max/Caldwell AgenciesToys’n’Togs
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