Back by popular demand! We are hosting a snow/trail grooming seminar/workshop for all interested parties.
Whether you’re a veteran groomer or just interested in getting some tracks set in your area, we welcome you to come exchange ideas, demo equipment and meet other trail builders and groomers.
When: Thursday, March 16, 10 AM – 2 PM Where: Windsor Park Nordic Center, 10 Des Meurons Street, Winnipeg Cost: $0.00 We will have several pieces of equipment on hand: pulling machines,groomers,drags, rollers,etc.
2021 Yamaha Viking side-by-side w Camso tracks and Cab
2020 Ski-Doo Skandic SWT 900
Snowdogs with tracksetters and toboggan
Meuller Tornado 2.0 Snow Tiller (no tractor on site to operate)
various DIY rigs for all manner of ski trail grooming excellence
Please contact Laurie Penton at 204-471-3447 if you plan to bring any of your own equipment.
The day will start with coffee/snacks in our clubhouse and a few brief presentations on the following topics:
Community Trails – Starting a Local Trail Network from Scratch (Scotty Nystrom, Bourkevale Community Centre)
Funding Opportunities to Develop Ski Trails in Manitoba (Karin McSherry, Executive Director CCSAM)
Trail Signage – This Way Home (Laurie Penton, CCSAM)
10 AM – meet and greet, coffee, general discussion
11 AM – hands on look at equipment comparing features (pros/cons) of different types of equipment
1 PM – opportunity to try out/operate equipment on hand
2 PM – wrap up
Q&A will occur throughout the session. Please RSVP your attendance by email email@example.com.
Jesse Bachinsky (24, Kenora, ON) earns his first medal of the 2023 Canada Winter Games, a bronze in the Para Nordic standing – 2.5 km classic race.
“I’m very proud and honoured to be part of this amazing team and, it’s a real honour to be here. The course is incredibly wicked fast, and there’s lots of technical climbs and downhills, and it’s a really great place to race and train.”
“This is my third Canada Games – and I had lots of fun at the last two. I’m just gonna continue to have lots of fun here and race hard, race fast. I gain experience every time I race or train and just being here, I learn new things, I meet new people, and it’s incredible and I love it.”
Accessible Sport Connection Manitoba in partnership with Winnipeg Trails Association and the Vision Impaired Resource Network host free adaptive ski nights every Tuesday at Kildonan Park Golf course from 6-8pm!
They invite persons with a disability to try skiing, snowshoeing or kicksledding. This is a chance to try adapted equipment, and meet a ski guide.
The event is facilitated by the dynamic duo of Kirby Cote and Olexsandr Korniiko! They are very passionate about creating opportunities for persons with a disability to get active.
Kirby is an athlete with a disability retired paralympic swimmer who works with Winnipeg Trails as our active aging coordinator. She is relatively new to skiing and keen to get you involved.
Olex is an athlete with a disability, who represented Ukraine at the 2014 Sochi, Paralympic games in skiing and biathlon. He has a long track record of program development and experience introducing persons with a disability to many different sports and physical activities.
You do not need to aspire to be a future paralumpian to participate. This event is super chill. Both our facilitators are passionate and dedicated to advancing access to sport AND recreation.
Team Manitoba at the 2023 Canada Winter Games February 18 – March 5, 2023 Prince Edward Island
Event Coverage Information Team Manitoba is sending 207 of the province’s best young athletes, along with 47 coaches, 15 managers, 6 technical support staff, and 22 mission staff to participate at the 2023 Canada Winter Games.
The Canada Games brings together more than 2,000 able-bodied athletes and athletes with physical and intellectual disabilities for the largest amateur multi-sport event in the country. Alternating between winter and summer, they span over 30 different sports to showcase the very best in Canadian sport and spirit.
Results Keep your eyes on Team Manitoba’s Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts. Official results can be obtained directly from the Canada Games. The online results system provides multiple search features. You can search by an athlete’s name, team name, sport, or city. It also provides a report that sorts results by day, sport and/or event that will be live by February 18.