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Boundary Trails Nordic Club

Burwalde Woods is the main facility used by the club, including the Jackrabbits. There are trails for both classic and skate skiing. Club membership fees support the operation and maintenance of these trails. Burwalde Trails is located between Morden and Winkler, three miles north of junction Hwy 3 and Hwy 14 or nine miles south of Hwy 23 (west of Hwy). The main trailhead is accessed from the Froese’s yard (home of Burwalde Woods Honey). There is limited parking space; please park tightly so there will be room for others. A donation box is located at the trailhead for non-members to contribute

Shannondale is located a mile north of Thornhill which is 5 miles west of Morden. Situated in a valley, these trails wind through the forest providing magnificent scenery. Dave Lumgair, the proprietor, builder, and maintainer of these trails encourages skiers of all levels to come and enjoy. The trails offer a range of technical difficulty from easy (Yellow or Green trails) to very challenging (Orange skate trail). The Blue trail is a fantastic midlevel classic run that is a favourite among many. The two chalets, one at the trail head and one in the valley are normally kept warm on the weekends. Trail upkeep is supported by donations which can be left in the donation box at the trailhead. For more information regarding trailing conditions call Dave Lumgair at 204-822-3735 or send him an email.

City of Morden Cross Country Ski Trails: Trails are groomed in the Dead Horse Creek and up to the west side of Morden Park. Check City of Morden website or Morden Recreation Facebook page for updates on trail conditions, location and access points.

The Bunnyrabbit Program (five and under) is directed at children in the ‘Active Start’ stage of development. This is the first level of the program. The program is designed to develop fundamental movement skills (with a focus on balance and agility), coordination, self-confidence, imagination and social skills. $65 per child (must have a family membership which costs

The Jackrabbit Program (six-nine years) is directed at children in the‘FUNdamentals’ stage of development. This is the second level of the program. The program is designed to develop fundamental movement skills, build overall motor skills, confidence and social skills, and encourage fun and participation. Low-key competitions are introduced, as are inter-club social, skill and fitness oriented ski activities (e.g. on-snow ski camps).

The Track Attack Program or Junior Development: (ten -12 years) is directed at children in the ‘Learning to Train’ stage of development. This is the third level of the program. The program is designed to further develop and refine all the cross-country ski skills. Develop skills, speed, power and aerobic fitness, develop strength and flexibility as well as good ski habits, building adventure based activities into the seasonal plan e.g camps on and off snow. $40 per child (must have a membership; individual $35; Family $65)

Registration Day is usually Last Saturday in November, check website for more information and registration forms: https://btncski.wordpress.com/

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