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         Cross Country Skiing:     more books (100)
  1. The Wimp's Guide to Cross-Country Skiing by James Kobak, 2002-10-23
  2. The Cross-Country Skiing Handbook by Edward R. Baldwin, 1984-12
  3. Cross-Country Skiing Right by William Hall, 1985-03
  4. Basic Essentials Cross-Country Skiing by John Moynier, 1999-08-01
  5. Pleasure of Cross Country Skiing by Morten Lund, 1985-06-03
  6. Pocket Guide to Cross Country Skiing by Greg Vivien, 1994-11
  7. Cross-Country Skiing Yellowstone Country by Ken Olsen, Dena Marchant, et all 1993-02
  8. Nordic Touring and Cross Country Skiing by Michael Brady, 1979-06
  9. Cross-Country Skiing in New England: 129 Recommended Ski-Touring Facilities and Trails by Lyn Chamberlain, 1995-11-01
  10. The New, Complete Book of Cross Country Skiing by William J. Lederer, Joe Pete Wilson, 1983-11
  11. Cross Country Skiing by Sindre Bergen, Robert O'Connor, 1996-12
  12. Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing by Erwin A. Bauer, 1975-09-16
  13. Cross-country Skiing by Paddy Field, Tim Walker, 1987-09-14
  14. Cross-country Skiing (Venture Guide S) by Terence Henry Charles Brown, Rob H Hunter, 1977-10

21. Environmental Traveling Companions - CROSS COUNTRY SKIING
ETC winter activities include crosscountry skiing with basic instruction, playing in the snow, exploring the giant sequoia forests of Big Trees State Park, indoor and outdoor
Home About ETC White Water Rafting Sea Kayaking ... Links "This is more than a recreation program for individuals with disabilities. To stand up on a pair or skis for the first time and get somewhere is always going to make our kids feel that much better aobut their abilities. To stand before their peers and the whole ETC family and share their talents and thoughts unabashedly warmed all our hearts." Janet Richman, Down Syndrome League CROSS COUNTRY SKIING Thick blankets of snow turn the Sierra into a playground for your group each winter. ETC winter activities include cross-country skiing with basic instruction, playing in the snow, exploring the giant sequoia forests of Big Trees State Park, indoor and outdoor games, natural history talks, informal music lessons and plenty of laughs and fun! We ski at the Bear Valley Cross Country Ski Resort in Bear Valley, California. We are happy to tailor trips to meet your group's specific interests and needs.
Our cabin is located in the beautiful pine forests outside Arnold, California, 3 hours from San Francisco. It is fully equipped with modern kitchens and bathrooms. The wood stove in the living room makes for a cozy evening after a great day of skiing. In addition, ETC's live-in winter interns provide a warm welcome as the cabin hosts.

22. FIS-Ski - FIS Cross-Country
Includes news, calendar, events, points lists, and biographies.
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Season kick-off in Zürich Numerous technical delegates, chiefs of competition and members of the CC committees came together for the traditional autumn meetings in Zurich last weekend. ...Read More Overview of rule changes As already confirmed by the FIS Council in the spring, the FIS Cross-Country World Cup will implement several new rules this season. ...Read More FIS World Cup calendar 2010/11 During the meetings in Zürich, the various Cross-Country Sub-Committees reviewed the World Cup calendars up to 2014/2015 and adapted their planning with the input of the different ...Read More Busy week at the FIS Autumn Meetings ...Read More more news...

23. Downhill Skiing «Cross Country Skiing is online sports blog on skiing. Here you can find information on all type of skiing events.
Cross Country Skiing Stay a stride ahead
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As another cold southwesterly front blasted the South Island yesterday, Gale-force winds shut down all the skifields in Queenstown and Wanaka. Throughout the past week, High winds have affected skifields, creating safety issues for the operation of chairlifts. Because of high winds, Cardrona Alpine Resort and Queenstown's Remarkables Ski Area have been closed twice during the week. Treble Cone skifield in Wanaka, which has been unable to operate its Saddle Basin four-seater chairlift since Wednesday, has also been troubled by the ongoing blustery southwesterly winds. Because of the weather, Pisa Range cross-country ski facility Snow Farm also closed yesterday. However, as skifields wind down operations for the last week of the season, the stormy weather has brought significant snowfalls. Cardrona and Snow Park have gained more than 50cm of snow during the past week, while Treble Cone has received more than 80cm of powder snow. Regular falls of between 10cm and 25cm during the past five days was also received at the NZSki Ltd's Queenstown operations at the Remarkables and Coronet Peak to boost their base levels to 195cm and 130cm respectively.

24. Three Rivers Park District : Cross-country Skiing
Three Rivers features 73 miles of groomed cross country ski trails at various locations. Trails are available for skiers of all skill levels, from beginning to expert.
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Winter in Minnesota brings scenic, snowy landscapes and crisp, fresh air. It’s the perfect backdrop for cross-country skiing. This recreational activity is enjoyed as a peaceful way to explore the wintery landscape while getting a great, low-impact workout. Three Rivers Park District features 70 miles of groomed cross-country ski trails at various locations. Trails are available for skiers of all skill levels. Some parks also have lighted trails for evening skiing. A driver’s license or photo ID for deposit is required for equipment rental Lessons Three Rivers Parks offers  cross-country ski lessons for adults and children. Take the complete package or brush up on specific skills. Lessons will help you stride into action on the trails this winter!
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Miles of Trails Baker Park Reserve Hyland Lake Park Reserve Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve Carver Park Reserve ... Clifton E. French Regional Park
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A pass is required for all skiers age 12 and older from December 1 through March 31
Used Cross-country Ski Equipment Sale
Get ready for the upcoming cross-country ski season at the annual used equipment sale.

25. Forbush Corner Cross Country Skiing Located Between Grayling And Gaylord In Fred
Forbush Corner, cross country skiing located between Grayling and Gaylord is the place in northern Michigan for cross country ski areas and nordic ski touring centers.
A Unique Cross Country Experience Forbush Corner, a unique cross country experience. Enjoy miles of rolling, wooded trails that are carefully designed for all levels of ability and immaculately groomed by the largest fleet of nordic only grooming equipment in the midwest. Combine that with the Frederic micro climate of early and frequent snowfalls, and it adds up to FUN! Instruction available from beginner to expert. Call or email for details.
  • Enjoy miles of trails groomed for both skating and classical
  • Largest fleet of nordic only grooming equipment in the midwest
  • Performance Ski Shop
  • Weekend Limited Food Service
  • You'll Be Glad You Came!

Easy Access - Just a quarter mile east of I-75 at the Lewiston/Frederic exit (264)

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26. Cross Country Skiing - Cross Country Ski Trails & Lodges
Cross country skiing destinations. Find cross country ski trails lodges. Brought to you by Gordon's Travel Guide Adventure Active Travel
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Duration: 1 Day / 1 Night USD 395.00 per person United States: Updated: 2 months ago Winter All-Inclusive Cabin Rates - Jan 3-14 by Vista Verde Ranch

27. Cross-Country Skiing - Westchester New York
Directory of CrossCountry Skiing in Westchester County, NY listings. Select from list of Cross-Country Skiing by your local town or business and activity name.
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Select by Name Anthony Wayne Recreation Area Bear Mountain State Park Blue Mountain Reservation Burger Hill "Scenic Hudson" Catskill Forest Preserve Cherry Plain State Park Clarence Fahnestock State Park, Carmel Clarence Fahnestock State Park, Dutchess County Cranberry Lake Preserve Nature Center Croton Gorge Park Croton Point Park Edith G. Read Wildlife Sanctuary Fahnestock Winter Park FDR, Franklin D. Roosevelt State Park Franny Reese State Park "Scenic Hudson" Harriman State Park John Boyd Thacher State Park Lake Taghkanic State Park Lenoir Preserve Nature Center Margaret Lewis Norrie State Park Minnewaska State Park Mountain Lakes Park North County Trailway Nyack Beach State Park Public Golf Course - Maple Moor Golf Course Public Golf Course - Mohansic Golf Course Rockland Lake State Park Saxon Woods Park South County Trailway Staatsburgh "State Historic Site" Sterling Forest State Park Tallman Mountain State Park Thompson's Lake State Park Tibbetts Brook Park Trailside Nature Museum Twin Lakes Nature Study V. E. Macy Park

28. Kickleds Of Scandinavia-Scandia Kicksled Welcomes You
An alternative to cross-country skiing.
Scandia Kicksled hopes that you enjoy your visit and that we can help you get a glimpse of the fun ways to travel in Scandinavia We have Kicksleds, Ice Racers, 4-Wheel Scooters, Kickbikes, and much more!
Scandia Kicksled will give you a look at some fun ways to get around on snow, ice, and land. In this site you will see links to individual pages as well as links for audio themes for the countries shown by their flags.
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29. About The Sport - Additional Information : Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics
Crosscountry skiers competed at the first Olympic Winter Games in Chamonix, France, in 1924, in 18-kilometre and 50-kilometre races for men. Ladies’ cross-country skiing made
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Paintings thought to be at least 6,000 years old, discovered in Russia in the 1930s, show a hunter alongside some reindeer. The hunter is wearing skis, clearly illustrating that using two wooden slats to travel quickly on snow has been central to survival in cold climates for centuries. By the year 1500, the entire Swedish army was fully equipped with skis; the Norwegian army held cross-country ski competitions as early as 1767. The first civilian cross-country ski event took place in Tromso, located in Norway’s far north, in 1843. Cross-country skiers competed at the first Olympic Winter Games in Chamonix, France, in 1924 , in 18-kilometre and 50-kilometre races for men. Ladies’ cross-country skiing made its debut at the Oslo 1952 Olympic Winter Games . The cross-country skiing technique known as skating or free technique, became a separate Olympic competitive discipline at the Calgary 1988 Winter Games How It Works Racers use two basic techniques in cross-country skiing: classic technique, where the skis move parallel to each other through machine-groomed tracks in the snow, and free technique, where skiers propel themselves in a manner similar to speed skating, pushing off with the edge of their skis. Free technique uses shorter skis and is slightly faster than classic — on average about eight per cent faster over an entire race distance.

30. Cross Country Skiing - Links And Information From
Links for equipment, clothing, snow conditions, weather forecasts, skiing organisations, ski clubs, piste maps, holiday companies, and books about cross country skiing.
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Welcome . You can find a lot of cross country (nordic / langlauf) skiing sites if you search the web, and there is a lot of useful information scattered about within them. But many of the sites are concerned with skiing in North America. This site is intended for people who want to ski in Europe. It is more for track and trail skiers than for ski mountaineers, although any skier - including alpine skiers - may find the links useful.
We have tried to bring together in one place the links to information that we have found, been told about, and used over the past few years. There are links to skiing equipment outdoor clothing snow conditions weather forecasts ... ski clubs ; also links to piste maps holiday companies books and videos about skiing, travel insurance - all sorts of things. It is now usually possible to see what the snow is like on the

31. Cross Country Skiing Online - Cross Country Skis And Nordic Gear
CrossCountry Skiing Online is a quick and easy way to find cross country ski, skis and skiing info.
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is a quick and easy way to find info on cross country skis and gear. Whether you are searching for info on cross country skis, ski poles, ski gear, ski clothing, places to go cross-country skiing, or how to get started Nordic skiing, this is the place to find what you need.
We have advice on shopping for and buying cross country skis and other necessary gear. We also highlight the best shopping deals and list the best places for buying your Nordic gear. Finally, we talk about some of the best locations to go cross-country skiing as well as the current snow conditions, temperatures and weather forecasts.
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makes some of the ultimate wintersports clothing and outerwear like this classic jacket, which is ideal for both casual journeys through the local park or going deep into the backcountry.
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Non-profit organization promotes and supports the development of cross-country ski racers. Provides history of XC ski racing, information on college programs and fundraising efforts. Sells Olympic videos to benefit future Olympic hopefuls.

33. Cross-Country Skiing : Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics
Olympic CrossCountry Skiing for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. All the information about Cross-Country Skiing schedules and results, medals, athletes, news, photos and videos.
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key.prevtab key.nexttab February 15, 2010 KALLA Charlotte Sweden SMIGUN-VAEHI Kristina Estonia BJOERGEN Marit Norway Official 10:00 - Ladies' 10 km Free COLOGNA Dario Switzerland PILLER COTTRER Pietro Italy BAUER Lukas Czech Republic Official 12:30 - Men's 15 km Free February 17, 2010 Results Official 10:15 - Ladies' Individual Sprint Classic Qualification Results Official 10:40 - Men's Individual Sprint Classic Qualification Results Official 12:30 - Ladies' Individual Sprint Classic Quarterfinals Results Official 12:58 - Men's Individual Sprint Classic Quarterfinals Results Official 13:26 - Ladies' Individual Sprint Classic Semifinals Results Official 13:38 - Men's Individual Sprint Classic Semifinals BJOERGEN Marit Norway KOWALCZYK Justyna Poland MAJDIC Petra Slovenia Official 13:52 - Ladies' Individual Sprint Classic Finals KRIUKOV Nikita Russian Federation PANZHINSKIY Alexander Russian Federation NORTHUG Petter Norway Official 14:02 - Men's Individual Sprint Classic Finals February 19, 2010

34. Cross Country Skiing
Cross country Skiing. Fitness Testing Assignment Cross country Skiing by Hilde Gjellesvik. Contents. Introduction; Characteristics of Cross-Country Skiers
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        Fitness Testing Assignment: Cross country Skiing - by Hilde Gjellesvik
        In Nordic countries, cross-country skiing has for long been a popular sport. Worldwide, over 16 million people regularly participate in the sport. Cross-country skiing is a classic example of an endurance activity (Karlsson 1984). It requires mostly a stong and efficient aerobic system (Morrissey et al 1987). Cross-country skiers use of upper arm musculature in the poling action leads to some of the highest levels of maximum oxygen consumption recorded in athletes (Smith et al 1996).
        Characteristics of Cross-Country Skiers
        The cross-country skier is 95-100% dependent on aerobic energy output. Maximal oxygen uptake is widely accepted as a crucial determinant for aerobic endurance capacity, and is commonly used in assessing performance capability in cross country-skiers (Bunc et al 1987, Niinimaa et al 1978). Rusko et al (1978) reported lower maximal oxygen uptake in U.S. cross-country skiers compared to Nordic skiers. Despite that, the U.S. got a silver medal in 1976 Olympics. It is therefore of importance to remember that maximal oxygen uptake is only one of several factors affecting the performance in cross-country skiing. Although normative data is available in the literature, only a few examples will be presented in this assignment.

35. Ski De Fond, Regroupement Des Stations De Ski De Fond De La Région De Québec
Extensive information on cross-country skiing trails in and around Quebec City.
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    Pour une dix-neuvième année, voici le répertoire du Regroupement des stations de ski de fond de la région de Québec (RSSFRQ) pour vous guider dans la pratique de vos sports d’hiver : ski de fond, raquette et marche. Au menu; 2500 kilomètres, 46 stations dans un rayon de 150 kilomètres autour de la ville de Québec, de Charlevoix jusqu’aux limites ouest de la région de Québec vers Portneuf, en passant par la région Chaudière-Appalaches ou, bifurquant vers le Centre-du-Québec. Pourquoi ne pas profiter de votre week-end de ski et raquette pour passer une nuit dans une auberge et découvrir les produits du terroir ou, renouveler votre équipement à l’une des boutiques spécialisées? Bienvenue dans nos stations de ski de fond et raquette!
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36. Cross Country Skiing |
Cross country skiing in Utah is a wonderful way to see the majestic beauty of our winter months. Complete information on resorts and cross country skiing in National Forests.

37. Cross-Country Skiing In The Hudson Valley -- Roberts
Places and groups for cross country skiing in the Hudson Valley in New York state.

38. Cross-Country Skiing
Snow Adventures How to get started, the gear, the rewards, and where to go to get to the next level for these snow thrills
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    Few winter sports can match the serenity of cross-country skiing, with an endorphins rush to boot. Strapping on a pair of skinny skis gives you a chance to explore the woods and avoid a winter gut.
    Pick Your Poison
    Ski centers offer trails groomed for both traditional striding and the newer skating technique. Striding, also known as “classic skiing,” is easier to pick up and can be taken off-trail, but skating offers more speed.
    Work Every Muscle
    No matter what technique you’re using, rely on your whole body—legs, abs, back, chest, and arms—for the most efficient and powerful skiing. If you only feel it in your arms or legs, it’s time for another lesson.
    Push It
    Skiing is equal parts propulsion and glide: Focus on getting the most out of every time you push off the snow. As with swimming, slow and smooth technique is always faster than short and choppy. Cross-country skis require a bit more care than downhill ones since you don’t have gravity’s assistance all the time. Maximize your fun and efficiency by using the correct waxes on skis that fit.

39. Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center
Maintains over twenty-five kilometers of groomed cross country ski trails on Oak Hill and surrounding areas in Hanover, New Hampshire.
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Passes are required on groomed trails. Call (603) 643-5836 for trail conditions. Base Depth: ?
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If we receive new snow we will groom select trails.
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The sections of the golf course along Rte 10 and near the DOC House will not be groomed this winter. Skiers do not need a trail pass to ski here. No grooming this year on golf course
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Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center
The Dartmouth Cross Country Ski Center maintains over twenty-five kilometers of groomed cross country ski trails on Oak Hill and Garipay Field in Hanover, New Hampshire, as well as the ice on Occom Pond for ice skating. The Cross Country Ski Center has two facilities. One is based out of the DOC House on Occom Pond Download a trail map (PDF, 2.1 MB). Passes required! Download a season trail pass application (Word, 22KB), or stop by the basement of Robinson Hall, or buy a day pass at DXC on Occom Pond or at Oak Hill for $10. For downhill/alpine skiing and snowboarding, visit the

40. Cross Country Ski Trails Source - The Online Guide To Cross Country Skiing
Online guide to crosscountry skiing trails around the globe. Includes printable trail descriptions and printable trail maps.
ross Country Skiing Trails Source is your online adventure guide to the best cross country ski trails around the globe! You'll find over 1000 XC nordic routes in 30 countries. CLICK on the map to find your trail!
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