Join our Minocqua ski trip for some fantastic skiing at Minocqua Winter Park and Nine Mile Forest from Friday, February 10 thru Sunday, February 12.
Online registration has been turned off since all unfilled rooms were released on 1/26/23. Please contact trip leader John McCarthy at 414-412-0331 or firstname.lastname@example.org to see if lodging is available.
The bus leaves Friday morning at 8 am. We will be stopping on the way up to ski at Nine Mile Forest near Wausau. Nine Mile Forest, which is the home of the Badger State Winter Games, has about 30 km of trails groomed for striding and skating and suitable for all abilities, and 11 km of snowshoe trails. There is a nice chalet with ski rentals.
We will ski at Minocqua Winter Park on Saturday and Sunday. Minocqua Winter Park has 86 km of beautifully groomed trails for striding and skating, including both flat and hilly terrain for all skiing abilities as well as 15 miles of snowshoe trails. It has a large ski lodge with a café that serves a variety of excellent food, beer, and homemade soups, and has a well-stocked ski shop where ski and snowshoe rentals are available.
Cost Includes: Motor coach transportation, trail fees, and two nights' accommodations at the AmericInn with swimming pool, whirlpool, sauna, free continental breakfast, and microwave and refrigerator in each room. Restaurants are within walking distance. An optional group dinner will be offered.
You must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 in order to participate on this trip.
Contact trip leader John McCarthy at 414-412-0331 or email@example.com for more information. Don’t miss this opportunity for some truly great skiing.
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The Nordic Ski Club of Milwaukee (NSCM) continues to practice social distancing and the use of face masks, as recommended by the CDC and Wisconsin authorities. Know that your participation in any event is at your own risk. Before attending any NSCM outing or event, please check with the event leader. Use good judgement and continue to keep us all safe.