North Shore Nordic Association in the News
Thanks to our grooming efforts, our trails were mentioned as "prominent Nordic ski tracks" in a great article in the Boston Globe, entitled "The quiet joys of cross-country skiing." In the article, board member James Trudeau also shares why he loves cross-country skiing: "The joy of moving through the natural environment, the beauty of winter, the challenge of overcoming the weather. Simplicity. Silence. Self-reliance. There are no interruptions due to lifelines and slow lift rides. Like ice skating and cycling, there is a flow to cross-country skiing that’s a joy."
Reporter Amanda Ostuni, whom we also spoke with last December, wrote a follow-up piece on the fundraising and trail progress we made in our first year of operations.
Globe correspondent Brion O'Connor interviewed our founding members as part of his "On the Move" column.
This morning, the NSNA was featured in the Hamilton-Wenham Chronicle.
This week the North Shore Nordic Association sat down with Amanda Osuni from the Salem News to discuss our organization and groomed trails initiative. We had a lovely time and encourage you to read the article in today's Salem News.
The article appeared both printed and online. To view the full online edition, visit Salem News Article Online: "Blazing a Network of Cross-Country Trails" (article by Amanda Osuni, photography by David Le).