Full day of PRO ACADEMY will be on the first day of the conference where participants will complete the online PRO ACADEMY session before arriving. YOU MUST REGISTER NOW!!
Day one will be hands on with instructors and machines reviewing both technique and theory. Day two of the Grooming Track will focus in on machine maintenance, tours of the two shops on site, and snow science.
Please join CCSAA at its Annual Conference April 2 & 3 at the Olympic Regional Development Authority in Lake Placid NY. The Conference is a great opportunity to not only listen to relevant speakers within our Nordic community, but to spend time with other owner/operators of cross country ski areas, to get some great spring skiing on the silver star trails and share ideas of what works and does not work.More Info >>>
Annual Conference - Register Now!!
Please register early so we can better plan. We look forward to seeing you at the Annual Conference!! Register Here >>>
Snowmaking Education at Annual Conference
There will be a full day of snowmaking programming that will include equipment demos (temps willing), snow science, hands on tours of the two snowmaking systems they have and a tour of the Snow Factory.More Info >>>
PSIA Clinic at Annual Conference
PSIA will be running a two day skiing improvement clinic for instructors. Classic and skate sessions will take place during the morning ski time allowing instructors to participate in the afternoon sessions. More Info >>>
Monday Night Curling - Register Here!!
Try your hand at Curling, you could be the next Olympic Medalist. Join the after registration and before dinner for the experience you have been looking for. Includes equipment, instruction and fun. Cost is $20 and there will be a cash bar.More Info >>>
2019 End of Season Survey - Collect Your Data!
Please remember to collect your ski area data for the incredibly important end of season survey. Detail on what is need may be found through the link.
SAM Article on CCSAA
Of all the changes taking place at regional and national ski associations across North America, none are as sweeping or urgent as those at the Cross Country Ski Areas Association (CCSAA).