Nordic Season 2017/18 Information
Nordic Ski Season 2017-2018
Crosscut Mountain Sports Center (CMSC) is pleased to announce the opening of public cross-country skiing this winter!
CMSC’s mission is to create an expanded, year-round outdoor recreation venue on the former Bohart and Crosscut ranches. We are diligently working to purchase and reconnect these two iconic properties as a single 533-acre property. Generous donors have provided nearly half of the $7 million needed for this ambitious project, and all charitable contributions are welcome.
In addition to a new PistenBully100 groomer and several snowmobile drag-groomers, we’ve assembled a top-notch crew that will be managing the trail network this season, offering nearly 50 kilometers of quality groomed skating and classic tracks for all ages and abilities. We have also partnered with Rossignol to provide all new rental equipment (skis, boots and poles) for CMSC’s Adventures in Winter Ecology learn-to-ski school program (rental skis and lessons for the general public will not be offered this season).
Season Pass & Day Ticket Prices (buy before November 15 and SAVE!)
Season Pass holders will have extra privileges as follows:
- We will open on December 1st, 2017. If conditions allow, Season Pass holders only will have access to skiing in advance of the Dec. 1 opening date.
- CMSC will be open to the public 7 days a week between 9am and 4pm. Season Pass holders may ski between the hours of 8am and 6pm during the regular season. (Please be advised that Season Pass holders who choose to ski before or after regular business hours will do so at their own risk and without emergency support from CMSC staff.)
- We will close on April 1st, 2018. If conditions allow, Season Pass holders only will have access to late season skiing as long as safe snow conditions last. (Please be advised that late season grooming will occur irregularly and/or as needed.)
- Each season pass holder will receive one complimentary voucher along with their pass, good for one free Adult/Youth day ticket at Crosscut Mountain Sports Center.
Always ski on posted trails and in indicated direction of travel, ski to the right when meeting on-coming skiers, ski in control, move to the side of the trail for rest stops, and please be courteous and respect all property. Note: this season we are not yet able to offer opportunities for skiing with dogs or snow biking, but we hope to be able to incorporate these users next season.
Click Here to purchase a 2017/18 Season Pass!