Both New & Returning Members
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Farm Ski Saturday 10th July 12 pm
Just like a Park Run and all about improving your time over the same distance.
Social evening Thursday July 8th at Pembroke Wines 5:30 pm to 7 pm
Members and prospective members welcome
Social Evening 8th July at Pembroke Wines
Gluehwein & Hot Chocolate Saturday 10th July 12 pm
Celebrate our new hut
Waiorau Nordic Sports club provides a social and learning platform for
Cross Country skiers at Snow Farm.
We actively promote youth development and welcome new members.
Have a Seasons Pass at Snow Farm? join the Waiorau Nordic Sports Club
Waiorau Nordic Sports Club
Benefits of being a Club Member
Every club member benefits from:
Regular social activities and newsletters.
A weekly social hour during the ski season at Pembroke Wines.
Dedicated Snow Farm ski lockers and gear lockers enabling you keep your skis at the snow for a token cost. Find out more
Discounted club ski races throughout the season.
Ski Club ski improvement clinics with our talented ski club members.
The chance to be awarded at the end of season prize giving (all abilities recognised).
A family-friendly, supportive and inclusive atmosphere.
Supporting Snow Farm youth development with fundraising activities.
Driving Snow Farm facility improvements to help members ski experience
A brief history of the Waiorau Nordic Sports Club
The club was founded in 1993 and registered officially in 1995. Originally named Wanaka Nordic Ski Club, and in 2013 re-named as the Waiorau Nordic Sports Club to recognise the area in which the ski field lies and to encompass all nordic sport enjoyed there.
In 1999, May Lee set up a youth development group, for the encouragement of young skiers and to help them participate in overseas competitions. After some successful fun-filled trips to the Australian Hoppet, this group of dedicated parents and friends were inspired to support their keen skiers through the Waiorau Nordic Sports Club.
Today our clubs have amalgamated and but our goal remains the same.
Between 2014 to 2018 the club has raised over $18,500 for youth development. This money has assisted many of our younger club members to further their development within the sport and to compete in international events.