Here we are again - cold, snowy and exciting.
Winter came so suddenly and early that the lucky ones got a bonus pre-season weekend of fine weather and fun skiing.
The attached 2012
Winter Newsletter has news, information about events and activities and introduces some new initiatives.
But first it announces that the on-line entry system for a series of Perisher Valley XC events is up and running.
Thanks to all involved for the support that has been provided over the summer at work parties and through donations of time, material and funds.
The Nordic Shelter is warmer for new windows and cladding. And the new snow fences have been filled and farmed already.
Looks like a good winter ahead. We hope you all get a chance to enjoy it.
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for some sporting advice on fitness by Geoff Rousel (Sports
See Slopes sporting events by clicking this link
Alpine sports activities
The Redwood Committee and Members of the SLOPES Organisation are committed to encouraging all forms of alpine sports in the NSW Snowy Mountain region, from skiing and boarding in winter to bushwalking and angling in summer.
We will keep members updated with sporting activities, competitions and alpine race opportunities via links from our web page.
for the 2012 program
Perisher Blue Masters
Perisher’s Winter Sports Club (WSC) conducts a variety of season long programs specially designed for enthusiasts to develop and progress their snow riding skills.
The program caters for kids three years and over to adults who are interested in recreational skiing through to racing and boarding competitions.
Information on the program can be found at the following web site:
NSW Snow Sports
NSW Snow Sports is the Peak Body and State Sporting Organisation for Snowsports in NSW.
Their website provides information on membership as well as events calendars and race results, particularly for the annual
Interschool's Championships competition.
Details can be found at: www.nswsnowsports.com.au
The Perisher Cup was initiated by the NSW Ski Association in the early 1950’s and is now conducted by Perisher Blue, with assistance from Cooma Ski Club.
The event is a team activity with four participants, each of whom competes in three events:
Cross Country 4X2 klm relay, a Giant Slalom and the best of three jumps.
Details on how to enter will be available on:
Gateway to Sport.
A comprehensive guide to sporting activities in NSW can also be found at the following web site www.dsr.nsw.gov.au