Craftsbury Outdoor Center Blog
Category Archives: Skiing
Some work today from Paul and the folks at UVM around the geographic distribution of locations saving snow. Craftsbury (should we get it dialed in) would be the furthest towards the equator and among the lowest elevation locations to save … Continue reading
We’re excited to be working with UVM geology on a snow storage test. UVM professor Paul Bierman brings us up to speed on the state of the snowpack. As the last little bit on snow melts away from the upper … Continue reading
Dan Cnossen, who is currently in the running for “Best Male Paralympic Athlete of the Year,” won an astounding six medals at last month’s Paralympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea! We have had privilege of having Dan train with us … Continue reading
Our Craftsbury Junior Nordic Ski Club racers were out in full force at the Eastern High School Qualifier in Rikert, VT President’s Day weekend. Click through to see the best shots from Craftsbury parent Chris Young, or click on any … Continue reading
A collection of photos of our CNSC juniors from the UVM Carnival/Stowe Eastern Cup on February 10-11, which ended up being moved to Craftsbury. Click on any image to enlarge. All photos thanks to photographer Dave Priganc!
First round of pics from photographer Kris Dobie from Saturday, January 27th’s 37th annual Marathon!
Great day of racing from all our competitors, big congrats to GRP’s Kaitlynn Miller and APU’s Forrest Mahlen, our winners! Thanks to Kris Dobie for the pics, can’t wait to get up and do it all again tomorrow!
We were thrilled to have almost 50 racers toeing the line for our second Tuesday Night Race of the season, a 5k classic individual start on Kirby’s Challenge course. Between former GRP skiers, juniors, Sterling College skiers, Craftsbury masters, and … Continue reading
With ever shorter and warmer winters, a few cross country areas have looked into snow saving as a way to extend the season, or ideally start it much earlier. The idea is that during the winter, a ski area will … Continue reading
This is a repost of a blog that we published last year, that explores the concept of carbo-loading. However, with the Marathon coming up, it is certainly still a pertinent topic, and we hope racers find it useful in their … Continue reading