Saturday, May 4, 2002 - Information
Experience The Haig

Dear avid cross-country skier:

The National Senior Development Team (NSDT) is pleased to offer an exciting and exclusive opportunity to experience summer skiing at the CODA Haig Glacier facility.

The Haig Glacier is located in the Spray Mountain range of Kananaskis Country, and at approximately 2700 m offers excellent summer skiing on around 5 km of groomed track, not to mention breath-taking views all around you. The unique living facilities have been built with special environmental consideration - from solar generators to specialized water utilization and disposal.

For over 10 years, elite ski teams across Canada and the USA - including the NSDT and Canadian National Ski Team have been using the Haig. The ability to ski on snow as well as train at altitude, is a huge complement to summer dry-land training, and has been proven to vastly improve athlete performances. The NSDT athletes will be there - training and living with you. These skiers are among the best in Canada, with goals of succeeding at top-level national, international and Olympic competitions. Your inclusion on this exclusive camp affords you the chance to not only get some on-snow glacier skiing, but to experience the training atmosphere of elite athletes.

Please have look at the details, and call today for more information on how to become part of this "chance of a lifetime" experience.

Exciting opportunity for Cross Country skiers

The National Senior Development Team from Canmore is offering 4 skiers an opportunity to live and train with the Team this summer.............. On Snow!!!!!

Dates: July 8th - July 15th or Aug 5th - 12th (4 spots each camp)

Location: Haig Glacier - CODA's on-snow training facility

Price: $1000.00 CND

Price includes: Meals, accommodations, grooming and track setting, and a chance to ski with some of Canada's best young skiers; technique and training.


  1. On Monday July 8th or August 5th at 11:00am you will be formally introduced to the team at the team's home base: the Bill Warren Training Centre in Canmore.
  2. From there you will be driven to Upper Kananaskis Lake where your quest for summer snow will begin. You will run/hike with the team to the Haig Glacier base camp, located 18km (2.5-3 hrs) from the parking lot.
  3. Once at the camp your adventure begins and you get the unique opportunity to see where and how Canada's best Nordic athletes train and prepare for the competitive season.

Important details: This is a wilderness experience - the camp is comfortable but rugged. You will be expected to assist in daily chores like cooking and cleaning. There are shower facilities, running water, and the sleeping arrangements are dorm style with men and women living in separate quarters.

For more detailed information and to register, contact:

Registration deadline is June 1st/02, and spots are based on "first come - first served".

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