Light snow is falling outside and the weatherman is calling for more. There are less than seven days to go and almost all of them have a snowflake in the forecast. The Rendezvous Ski Trails were rolled this morning and we are skiing in town. The main loops will be groomed with a classic track and skate lane on Wednesday morning. With the 2010 Yellowstone Ski Festival in sight, the final details are wrapping up. It is not too late to register for a clinic. Consider a three or five day Nordic clinic to really start the ski season off right. Or a one or two day to fit your holiday schedule. Take in an early season race. There are seven different races at this year’s ski festival. Online registration is available now. Sign up by Thursday, November 18 to avoid late fees. Check out the schedule of events. Enjoy an array of waxing clinics, movies, classes, and presentations. The schedule is updated constantly, so check back often. The Indoor Expo is packed with all things Nordic and free of charge. Fill in your wish list at the On-Snow Demo, the largest of its kind. That’s right, your ski pass allows you full access to demo gear on the trails. Make plans to head this way and we will see you on the snow in West Yellowstone next week. For more information, visit www.yellowstoneskifestival.com and follow westyellxcski on Twitter or Facebook friend Yellowstone Ski Fest for up to minute news.
Skiing in West Yellowstone
November 17, 2010 By Topher Sabot, Editor
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