Para-Nordic cross-country skiing is a sport for athletes with a physical or visual impairment. Athletes can exercise the sport standing or sitting according to their abilities. Standing skiing is practiced by people with a physical disability or limited vision. Athletes with visual impairments are accompanied by a guide who tells them the path to follow during competitions. The seated ski, the skier uses a sledge, shaped like a chair, which is installed on two cross-country skis. Short sticks are used for propulsion

More information can be found on the website of our national division, Nordiq Canada, at the following link:  shttps://nordiqcanada.ca/skiers-and-programs/para-nordic/it the Cross-Country Canada website

Specialized Equipment Available!

All CCNB members can borrow specialized equipment for free. CCNB has different types of sit-ski available to skiers and clubs interested in this sport. For more information, please contact our offices by email: nbxcski@gmail.com or by phone: 506-475-5602. It will be our pleasure to help you :)!

Para-Nordic Skiing Demo Days!

Cross-Country Skiing New Brunswick offers Para-Nordic cross-country demonstration and initiation days, in collaboration with our local clubs and local and regional organizations.

If you are interested in holding a para-nordic demo near you, please contact our offices by email: nbxcski@gmail.com or by phone: 506-475-5602. It will be our pleasure to help you.

Provincial Para-Nordic Team