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Diggins, Brennan head 2022 U.S. Olympic cross-country skiing. Meet the Team U.S.A. here. Check out the 2022 Beijing Olympic Cross Country Skiing schedule.
Come join us for the NOVEMBER meeting of the LI Cross Country Ski Club TONIGHT 11/17/2022 at 7PM at the Plainview/Old Bethpage Library, 999 Old Country Rd, Plainview. We will have someone from New Moon Ski Shop speaking about the latest glide waxes and will also be discussing our upcoming XC ski trips. We look… Continue reading “NOVEMBER CLUB MEETING 11/17/2022”
The LICCSC Executive Board has decided to make the monthly club meetings via ZOOM until further notice. We will NOT be meeting at the Plainview Old Bethpage Library until further notice. The zoom information will be published to members by email via the Google Group and can also be found a week before the meeting on… Continue reading “PLEASE NOTE: Updated LICCSC Meeting Schedule”
Fate of the owner is still unknown. Article is from SCIENCE, OCT 5, 2021 10:20 AM BY ANDREW CURRY In 2014, Norwegian archaeologists found a lone wooden ski on a mountaintop, where it had been trapped in ice for 1300 years. The ski was well preserved, down to an intact binding made from birch rope… Continue reading “Oldest Pair of Skis Unearthed in Norwegian Ice”
The local snow we are getting this season is awesome! I cannot remember a year when we had such good local snow to XC ski on. As a result our members have been skiing at places like Caumsett State Park, Bethpage Golf Course and Wildwood State Park. Fahnstock Winter Park, about 2 hour drive from… Continue reading “Best Local Snow In Memory!”
LICCSC members had another wonderful hike at the Quogue Wildlife Refuge on Jan 21, 2021 led by Helen Horton. You can see more pictures from the hike at the link below. These hikes are a great way to get out an enjoy the outdoors with other members as we wait for skiable snow. There is… Continue reading “Club Hike At Quogue Wildlife Refuge”