Nooksack Nordic Ski Club sponsors a number of ski trips throughout the season to different locations in Washington and British Columbia.  Members may sign up with the trip leader.  Click on the link for each trip for further information. Trip questions can be sent by email to

Trips will be listed on our NNSC club calendar.


Club-sponsored, multi-day ski trips were dropped during Covid. This season we are bringing them back. A committee has formed to plan trips for this season. We have developed three types of trips:

Logan Lake/Stake Lake, BC. Unfortunately, this trip has been cancelled due to lack of snow, both on the ground and predicted through early January. This trip will be a four-day trip, (nights of Jan. 11,12,13), based out of the Highland House Bed and Breakfast at Logan Lake which is about 3 hours north of Bellingham. This location provides ready access to two excellent XC venues – Logan Lake and Stake – see descriptions on NNSC website. More information will be forthcoming here. The Highland House can accommodate up to 9 people.

Methow Valley, WA. We are also working on a February trip the Methow Valley – the most extensive XC trail system in the country. This is also being planned as a four-day trip, potentially from Friday through Monday. We are considering two lodging options – a cabin that could accommodate a group or, as an alternative, recommending a hotel where club members would book individual rooms. Everyone would be invited to get together for dinners at local restaurants.

Hollyburn Mountain, BC in conjunction with the Tuesday Night Races (TNR) that Will Whiton mentions in his article about his upcoming presentation on racing. Those interested in skiing on Wednesday can book a room at the nearby SureStay by Best Western in North Vancouver – 21 minutes away. Will be offering race clinics on Wednesday mornings.

Depending on the level of interest, an additional trip may be developed.
Join the meeting at 7:00 pm on December 12 to get additional information and ask any questions.

The rest of this page is from a previous year and is left up as an illustration of what we hope to return to in the coming winters!

Area map showing locations [Use this map for general locations, not for driving instructions to the parking lots!]

Next Year

Trips in the discussion stage:

Trip leaders – if you let Pete know the details, he will update this page.

If you are driving, please be safe (and be aware of the requirements for winter tires in Canada)