Bringing together Nordic skiers in the greater Seattle and Snoqualmie Pass region
Our mission is to inspire people of all ages and abilities to learn, develop and grow in the sport of Nordic skiing in the greater Seattle and Snoqualmie Pass region. We are passionate about building a supportive, welcoming community that provides educational programs for beginners to advanced skiers, promotes sharing information on Nordic skiing, and engages in exhilarating and health-promoting fun for all ages while experiencing the natural beauty of the outdoors.

2017 Season Events

Treats on the Trail - Sunday, Jan. 22 and Sunday, Feb. 26 at Hyak Sno Park

Adult Skate Ski Clinics - Saturday, Jan. 7 and additional dates in January/February - see Clinics tab for details

Jente Loppet Race - Sunday, Jan. 29 at Hyak Sno Park... 

Family Ski Outing - Saturday, Feb. 11.  Check back for details.

Ski for Pie! - March 4.  Fun family day of skiing and eating pie.  Check back for details

  • Nordic Ski Swap 2016


    Friday Dec 2, 2016 – 6:30-9:30 PM

    St. Andrews Episcopal Church
    111 NE 80th St, Seattle (Greenlake area)
    1 block west of I-5/NE 80th Exit

    to benefit the Snoqualmie Nordic Club

    Bring your XC, Telemark or Randonnee ski or snowshoe gear, clothing and accessories and sell it at the U-sell Nordic Ski Swap. Or come and buy ski or snowshoe gear or accessories to outfit yourself, your family or friends for the winter ski season. If selling, bring your gear, you sell it, and donate 15% of the proceeds.  If you require setup before doors open please call or email. 

    Note that we will have no facility to do credit card transactions at the swap, so bring cash or your check book.

    Can’t make the Nordic ski swap but have gear to donate?  We are accepting donated ski and snowshoeing gear and accessories, which we will sell and donate 100% of proceeds to the beneficiary programs.  For more information about the swap or donating gear, contact email: or call Derek Brown at 206-406-5433

    The attached flier below is provided for those folks inclined to help spread the word. It can be posted on any public bulletin board.

    Posted Nov 5, 2016, 1:29 PM by Snoqualmie Nordic Club
  • Where to ski in the Snoqualmie Pass region
    The Cascades have gotten a healthy dump of snow in the past week, and many of the Nordic trails are groomed and ready to go. Here are some useful links for skiing in the I-90 corridor:

    Cabin Creek/Erling Stordahl trails - Just off exit 63; daily grooming updates are posted here. More info from the Kongsberger Ski Club. Also see hourly temperatures at various places in the ski area.

    I-90 Sno-park ski areas - Washington State Parks maintains a number of groomed ski trails in the Snoqualmie Pass area, including Hyak, Crystal Springs and Cabin Creek. A full list with grooming updates is here.

    Summit at Snoqualmie Nordic Center - The alpine ski area also maintains a system of Nordic trails. More info here.

    Finally, it's a good idea to check the WSDOT web cameras for Snoqualmie Pass as well as this handy I-90 road temperature chart if you're heading up. Have fun out there!
    Posted Dec 16, 2015, 11:55 AM by Michelle Ma
  • Dryland season recap
    Our club got ready for the ski season with several fun events -- dryland training at Woodland Park, a pole hike around Discovery Park, a potluck at board member Linda Schwartz's house and a successful ski swap! 

    Here are a few of our favorite photos from the fall. Now it's time to get out and enjoy the early ski season!
    A spectacular view from Discovery Park in Seattle.

    One of our youngest skiers.

    The 2015 club ski swap.

    Posted Dec 16, 2015, 11:39 AM by Michelle Ma
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