Getting prepared for the Dawn Mountain Challenge

Golden is set to host the first Nordic ski race of the season.

Troy Hudson

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Golden is hosting the first ski race of the season in Western Canada once again.

The Dawn Mountain  Challenge/Kootenay Cup #1 will be taking place on November 26-27, 2011.

Once again we will be working with KHMR for the fantastic night sprint on November 26, which will be utilizing new terrain for all courses.

As well, this year we will be offering full participation for Atoms through Masters in both events.

Bring the whole family.

The second day will take place at the Golden Nordic Ski Club trail system for a classic TT. Please see the registration package for distances and pricing.

Zone 4 registration is also now open. Please distribute to all of your skiing buddies and area clubs.

We would really appreciate the XC networking. Should you have any questions, contact Troy Hudson at goldennightsuniserve.com or phone him at 250.344.7489 (home) or 250-290-2029.

 

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