Cross-Country Skiing Lessons

Cross-Country Skiing

Terra Cotta Conservation Area will now offer cross-country skiing lessons in the 2018 season! Starting in January, learn proper skiing technique from a CANSI certified instructor. Lessons are suited for beginners or skiers looking to improve their technique. Learn the skills to continue skiing and enjoy an active lifestyle throughout the winter months.

Group lessons are available Saturdays (from 10 a.m. to noon) throughout February for children and adults. Over the four weeks, participants will learn the basics of cross-country skiing and participate in games and guided ski tours, followed by hot chocolate at the Visitors Welcome Centre. Private lessons are available by appointment for those interested in individualized instruction and guided ski tours.

For more information on group lessons, please contact 1-800-367-0890 or

For more information on private lessons, please contact 647-967-8642 or

See you on the trails!

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