For the first time since 2016, Canmore will be hosting the FIS Cross-Country World Cup!
The World Cup will take place at the Canmore Nordic Centre on 9-13th February. This event is free to attend and the vast majority of the Nordic Centre trails will still be accessible to the public. More than 190 of the world’s best cross-country ski athletes from 20 nations are due to attend. Including powerhouse teams such as Norway, Sweden, Finland and the United States, as well as several countries who haven’t previously raced in Canmore, such as Ireland, Taipai, and Andorra. For more information, please visit the Alberta World Cup website.
We will be fully operational during the event! This means that equipment rentals, lessons, ski servicing and retail will all be in full swing. We will be selling Official FIS World Cup merchandise during the event. Click here to view Surge Activewear's selection.
There will be NO parking available to the general public at the Canmore Nordic Centre during race days Feb 9th, 10th, 11th & 13th.
Public transport is the only way to access The Nordic Centre during the above dates if you are intending to ski or bike the CNC trails, shop with us, or watch the event. Free shuttles from Downtown to the Canmore Nordic Centre will be running every 15 minutes from 7am to 5pm from the corner of 10th Street and 7th Avenue. Ski Equipment and collapsible strollers will be allowed on the shuttle bus.
The vast majority of trails at the Nordic Centre will be open to the public during the World Cup. However, the Stadium, Olympic trails, Centennial, Rundle (J76-J69), Meadowview (J47-J41), Osprey, King of Sweden and Coyote will be closed during the event. Please visit the Alberta Parks event page for a full overview regarding trail access during the World Cup.
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