New England Womens Ski Day at Bolton Valley Sunday Jan 30

Posted By: The Ski Channel on January 20, 2011 6:23 am

Bolton Valley’s 100 km of high altitude Nordic terrain will be the playground this year for the New England Nordic Ski Association’s (NENSA) 10th Annual New England Women’s Ski Day, Sunday, Jan. 30.

Cross country ski clinics for all levels—from first time skiers to seasoned masters—are the focus of the day’s event. Clinics are taught by top-notch instructors, plus experts will host specialty wax demonstrations, clothing and equipment retailers will show off the latest in Nordic gear and technology. Lunch is included at The Ponds at Bolton Valley.

There will be clinics in both skate and classic skiing during the day plus equipment dealers on hand with demo equipment so women can try out the latest in skate and classic technology.

NENSA Women’s Day is for skiers ages 13 and up. Rental equipment is available at the Bolton Nordic Center, which carries a complete line of Rossignol classic and skate equipment.

The cost of the day is $25 (NENSA members) and $30 (non-NENSA members) and includes a Nordic ticket plus lunch at The Ponds. The following is the day’s schedule:

8:45-9:45 a.m. Registration at Bolton Valley Nordic Center
10 a.m. – 4 p.m. NENSA Expo: Equipment suppliers, wax technicians, outfitters and clothiers from the ski industry will be on hand with goods to try and buy
10 – 11:40 a.m. Clinics: Skating and Classic technique clinics for first timers, beginners and intermediate level skiers
11:45 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. Lunch break & raffle drawing, short talk on equipment
1:30 – 2:45 p.m. Repeat of clinics
2:45 – 3:30 p.m. Fun wrap-up event, drawing of grand raffle prize and light refreshments

Registration is online at or the morning of the event. Call (207) 688-6503 for more details.

Bolton Valley Resort is Vermont’s most convenient big mountain for skiing and riding packed with value. Less than 10 minutes from I-89 and less than 30 minutes from Burlington, the family-friendly mountain offers skiers and riders of all abilities three mountain peaks with 71 trails and 6 lifts, plus 3 terrain parks including the Burton Progression Park.