OUT: OUTside Connection December 17, 2008

RETIRED JUDGE BILL ELA of Grand Junction cheers on the finishers at the Grand Mesa Nordic Council’s Winterstart ski race on Grand Mesa. The Nordic Council offers adult and youth cross-country ski lessons for all ages and abilities, ranging from novice to racers.



Recent storms have left snow to be measured in feet on Grand Mesa. Ski conditions are superb and the Grand Mesa Nordic Council is making it easy for novice cross-country skiers to master the art of gliding across the wintery landscape. Al Fornier, former ski coach at Colby College of
Waterville, Maine, offers weekly group and private adult ski lessons for all abilities.

In addition, the Nordic Council offers Grand Mesa Gliders, a ski program for youths ages 5-16, from beginners to racers. Lessons start Jan. 3 and include games, tour, races and outdoor education.

Who: The Grand Mesa Nordic Council, a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to diverse ski experiences.

What: Cross-country ski lessons for adults and youths of all ages and abilities.

Where: Grand Mesa Nordic trails

How: Al Fornier, 872-3868; http://www.gmnc.org or http://gmgliders.blogspot.com


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