2023 Summer Camp
Dublin is the optimal setting for our nordic ski camp. Our quiet, paved roads provide great opportunities for rollerskiing, the Nordic Center has miles of single track for running and mountain biking, and the pristine Dublin Lake offers a great way to cool off after every workout. We’ll reside on the Dublin School campus where we will take advantage of the dining hall’s tasty meals, a fully equipped weight room, and an alpine ski slope that’s for the camp’s famous hill bounding workouts. Mount Monadnock is a quick jog from campus and provides an optimal venue for our distance hike at the conclusion of camp.
Athletes will work in small groups with some of New England’s top coaches, including Tracey Cote, Head Coach, Colby College; Kathy Maddock, Head Coach Dublin XC and Coach US World University Games 2023; and Kevin Lee, Head Coach Kearsarge High School and NH Nordic Ski Coach of the Year 2018 and 2020.
High school skiers should be comfortable on both classic and skate rollerskis, and should be able to ski three kilometers without a break. BKL skiers will be rollerskiing but do not need prior experience.
REGISTRATION IS OPEN
High School: August 9 – 12 – $450
BKL (grades 6, 7, 8th): August 9 – 11 – $400
limited space available.
CAMP ADD-ON Join us for one more night and then race.
LODGING Skiers and coaches will stay in dorms on the Dublin School campus.
DINING Meals will be served in the Dublin School dining hall on campus.
COACHING Skiers will work in small groups with experienced New Hampshire coaches.
BKL skiers upon request at time of registration. BKL skiers will be rollerskiing but do not need prior experience.
High school skiers should be comfortable on both classic and skate rollerskis, and should be able to ski 3 kilometers continuously without stopping.
These training camps will cover all aspects of dryland training for nordic skiing. We will run, rollerski, hike, swim, and ski bound. We will train hard, make new friends, and have fun!
Thank You! We thank Michael Lehmann and Nancy Haynes, children of the founders of Dublin School - Paul and Nancy Lehmann, who donated the land and resources to develop the Nordic Center.
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