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Home: Welcome

Why We Ski

We pride ourselves on inviting Nordic skiers of all abilities and interests to come out and enjoy the experience.  Be it a high profile international event or a local group ski, you will find a supportive crowd that appreciates any accomplishment.  We look forward to the snow, and feed off each other's energy to make the best of the season. Club members enjoy an informal organization that focuses on all aspects of Nordic skiing from Elite Athlete training to just getting out the door.  Members range from nationally ranked Masters to two year old first timers.  Our focus is to provide an inclusive team environment for those wishing to improve or continue at a new level in the sport.  The recipe works so well that we keep in touch year round running, biking, hiking, swimming, paddling, and more during the off season.

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Nordic Skiing

Skiing is more fun and economical when a crowd shows up.  All smiles on a sunny day!


Mentoring and Coaching

Year round opportunities to stay active and fit while learning.  We truly want everyone to feel included and have a positive experience.


Recovery and Replenishment

Kicking back and relaxing after a hard day on the trails.  We understand that the fun does not stop when you take your skis off.

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About Us

Northwest Vermont Endurance, Inc.  is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and improving endurance sports in Vermont.  NWVE is a NENSA affiliated club serving Northwest Vermont, and those with close ties still here at heart.  We have a strong commitment to enjoying Nordic skiing in the Northeast, and use our network to attend events with fellow skiers, enriching the experience, while growing the club and supporting the sport.

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NWVE Scholarship

NWVE recognizes a Nordic Skier graduating from a Vermont high school with  $500.00 scholarship.


The student:

  • Has been accepted at an accredited two or four year college

  • Has participated in Nordic Skiing Events in grades 11 and 12

  • Has maintained a B average in high school

  • Shows qualities of good citizenship and sportsmanship


Rollerski Time Trial

NWVE Hosts This Annual Season Primer 
Challenging athletes in three disciplines of Double Pole, No Pole, and Open Skate on a challenging one mile uphill course.


Event Reports

Comprehensive reporting of many regional events by Pole-itzer Prize winning author Damian Bolduc and occasional guests.  Reports recognize the work that goes into making opportunities possible and show appreciation through celebrating incredible experiences with those beyond the club.

Home: Get Involved

Contact Northwest Vermont Endurance

NWVE World Headquarters
C/O Damian Bolduc
PO Box 103
Craftsbury Common, VT 05827

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