History

The Lodi Area XC Ski Club was formed in November, 2005 with the mission of
providing local cross-country skiing. The Lakeland Hills Country Golf Club and
the City of Lodi have generously allowed the club to groom the golf course and
surrounding land for skiing.  There is currently a 8 km groomed trail.  All
grooming is done by volunteers on a shoe-string budget.


In 2016, the club changed it's name to Ice Age Nordic Ski Club to recognize the
increasing number of participants from Waunakke and northern Dane County.


The
Ice Age Nordic Ski Team is comprised of middle school and high school
students that practice three days a week, usually on Tuesday, Wednesday,or
Thursday and again on Sunday.  In 2008, a
Youth Ski Program was formed for
kids in primary and elementary schools (grades 1-5).  There is also an adult
training group in development.











The club is supported by a Community Grant offered by the Sauk Prairie
Memorial Hospital Foundation to promote Wellness and Healthy lifestyle
choices.   

Other sponsors include the American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation,
LACE,
Lodi Canning Company, Lodi Optimist Club,  the Kuenzi family,  Endres Family
Jazzy Jersey Farm, and over 40 local patrons.
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Ice Age Nordic Ski Club
  • A strong committed parent base
    whose top priority includes youth
    development
  • A pyramid approach that
    develops elementary school
    kids into high school skiers and
    lifetime athletes
  • Low cost
  • Local snow and grooming with
    easy transportation to practice
    sites
  • Committed coaching
  • Easy access to groomed trails
    and ski equipment
The Team Goal

Our goal in northern Dane County is to
provide an opportunity for youth skiing
to flourish.  The realities of a successful
youth and high
/middle school program
include the following:
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