The 2016 Eastern High School Championships will be hosted by Frost Mountain Nordic on March 18th,19th, and 20th at Rikert Nordic Center. We are excited to be welcoming the top high school racers from around the East!
Intermediate. Follow the CT on the east side of Rikert Nordic Center to Wagon Wheel Rd. Then follow the trails of Ripton to the Chipman Inn and their pub.
3 to 5 hours depending on the route. Wider back-country skis are NOT recommended.
Contact: Andy McIntosh, firstname.lastname@example.org or evenings 802-388-8376 or weekdays 802-236-2488 for meeting time and location.
I skied most of this route Tuesday night, and Laura skied the entire route Wednesday and snow cover is mostly great. There are a couple short sections perhaps a couple hundred yards long where you will probably hit a few roots and rocks, so "rock" skis are recommended.
The VPA (Vermont Principals Association) recently revoked their previous rule prohibiting high school athletes from participating on a club team during a school team's season. This means that MUHS athletes CAN join FMN in the winter and race for both club and school!
Since 2006, Frost Mountain Nordic Ski Club has been dedicated to creating a healthier, more active, outdoor lifestyle for all ages and abilities in the mountains once home to Robert Frost in central Vermont. FMN has four areas of focus: HAVING FUN OUTSIDE, BUILDING COMMUNITY, EVENTS, and RACING.