2021-22 Programs at a Glance
Kanata Nordic's membership and child, teen and adult program registration will open on September 12th for returning members! We will give existing members a two-week headstart to register as members and for children, teen and adult programs.
Registration will be open for new member on September 26th.
Membership fees remain the same as the past two winters. These fees cover the club's cost to groom trails, purchase capital and operating equipment, perform ongoing maintenance, ...
Everything is different in 2020! This year, for our annual autumn Ski Swap, Kanata Nordic is partnering with Kunstadt Sports' Hazeldean Rd. location.
Starting October 5th, all Kanata Nordic members can drop off any (gently) used nordic equipment. Here's how it will work:
The store will have "consignment" swap forms and a sales binder ready to go. If you're dropping off your old equipment, you need to fill out the form, describe the gear and note the selling price. You keep a copy of the ...
We're launching an experiment!Kanata Nordic is reaching out to the local community by grooming the National Capital Commission (NCC)' 5.5 km Watts Creek Pathway from where it intersects with Corkstown Rd. at Moodie Dr. to March Rd. (map below). This is a trial season for grooming this public trail, powered by Kanata Nordic's volunteer labour, club membership fees and equipment, with the support of the NCC.Please note that Kanata Nordic will only be grooming the Pathway on a "best efforts" ...
Hello to all Jackrabbits and Bunnyrabbits! Nordiq Canada is inviting all Jackrabbit and Bunnyrabbit skiers to design the 2021 Jackrabbit Toque, which will be worn by 10,500 Jackrabbit and Bunnyrabbit skiers across Canada! Get your ideas ready…here is the template for your design: Jackrabbit Toque Design Contest 2021
The criteria for entering in the contest are as follows: Contestants must be currently enrolled in a Nordiq Canada Jackrabbit or Bunnyrabbit programContestants must be ...
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Private lessons will be offered at Kanata Nordic this year through an agreement with instructor Liam Walke.
Lessons will be available Sunday, Monday and Friday or by appointment with Liam.Rates are $80/hour lesson (1 person) and $95/hour lesson (2 people), with discounts for larger groups through the scheduling link. There are additional discounts if people commit to 3 or more lessons, etc. These are the prices for KN members - non-members will also have to purchase a daypass, either cash ...
Thanks to a generous grant in autumn 2018 from the Ottawa Community Foundation, Kanata Nordic now has a modest fleet of rental ski packages, snowshoes, and headlamps. The ski shop is located at the main Kanata Nordic entrance, in Cabin D, in front of the chalet (see trail map).
The shop will be open the following times, assuming the trails are open.
Note: rental shop closed Sat Jan 11 and Sun Jan 12. Trails are closed due to icy, unsafe conditions.
Saturdays January ...
Want to get in shape for ski season or just enjoy the roads of Gatineau Park without traffic? The annual fall closure of Gatineau Park's parkways has begun and is as follows:
Wednesdays and Thursdays: North Loop (P8 to P9) 6pm until dusk
Saturdays and Sundays: Short Loop (intersection of Gatineau and Champlain Pkwys. to P9) 6am to 11am and North Loop 6am to 1pm
Please note that there will be some changes to this schedule during Fall Rhapsody (September 29 to October 21). ...
Once again this year the holiday season will be ‘illuminated’ by the Magic of Lights display in the evenings. It’s a new name and expanded route through the campground roads. When the display is operational there is NO SKIER OR VEHICLE ACCESS to the roads in use for it, even during the daytime. This is for your personal safety. Kanata Nordic has groomed new bypass trails so that skiers can enjoy loops and not dead-end at a road. Please help Kanata Nordic be a good tenant of the Parks by ...
Develop your skiing and help younger skiers learn to ski by becoming a trained coach and volunteering to be a leader. We are looking for leaders and assistant leader volunteers for our Bunnyrabbit and Jackrabbit programs. Only basic skiing skills are needed to start.
For those who volunteer to be leaders or assistants for our ski programs and take the Introduction to Community Coaching or Community Coaching course Kanata Nordic will reimburse your training cost. Click here to view ...