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03/19/2017

Celebrate the season! Skiwerx Series Awards, Skiwerx Team Awards and MYSL Top Ten K-counter...

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2017 Skiwerx Series schedule is now posted...

The Minnesota Youth Ski League (MYSL) is proud to be expanding our famous programming to...

The American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation (ABSF) has expanded their Skier Development Grants...

The last day to ski and log kilometers will be Sunday March 6th. The Top Ten skiers from the...

MYSL's own Jessie Diggins made history today by winning the World Cup (5km freestyle). First...

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Where do I start? What is club membership?

The MYSL is a league of clubs around the midwest that meet weekly in the winter (usually eight...

When should I register? What is the refund policy?

Regisration will open in early October (no earlier than October 10th).  Many MYSL SkiSparks...

K Counter Instructions

Kids can track their kilometers throughout the season to earn kilometer award pins. This is an...

How do I find equipment for my child?

There are a variey of options for equipment.

1. Some MYSL CLUBS have rental equipment...

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MYSL welcomes MyXC Central Youth Ski Leagues

The Minnesota Youth Ski League (MYSL) is proud to be expanding our famous programming to Wisconsin and Michigan under the MyXC (Central Youth Ski Leagues) umbrella. This is a cooperative effort between MYSL and CXC (Central Cross County) to bring fantastic youth programming to all kids in the Central Region. 

Clubs throughout the Central Region are now able to join under the MyXC banner. Let the fun begin. Details on our core programming options (SkiSparks and Skiwerx) are detailed HERE.

La Crosse Youth Ski Club

Venue Name: 
Hixon Forest - Main Parking Lot

Location

Milson Ct.
54601 La Crosse , WI
United States
43° 49' 20.5536" N, 91° 12' 53.2944" W

Welcome to the La Crosse Youth Ski Club!

MYSL is a volunteer organization that teaches kids 4 years of age through 6th grade the basics of Nordic sking.  The season is 8 weeks long and meets once a week starting in January and going through the end of February.

When should I register? What is the refund policy?

  • Posted on: August 10, 2016 - 5:44am
  • By: AmyC

Regisration will open in early October (no earlier than October 10th).  Many MYSL SkiSparks Clubs fill up, so you will want to register promptly. Club Rental Equipment is even more limited, so you will want to register ASAP (have your childs, height, weight and shoe size ready). Club rentals are for kids only and waxless (fishscale) skis unless noted. Skis can only be rented at the club that you hold your membership and you must participate fully in the club. 

The MYSL Refund policy allows for refunds up until the ski club begins meeting. A $5 processing fee per membership will be retained. After the club starts meeting, there are no refunds. Weather sometimes causes a change in plans and no refunds are given for rescheduled, relocated or canceled sessions.

Birkie Foundation and MYSL Partner to Provide Equipment Grants

The American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation (ABSF) has expanded their Skier Development Grants program to  include up to three matching grants (MYSL and ABSF both award up to $1000) for equipment for MYSL SkiSparks or Skiwerx Clubs. For more details and how to apply :

http://www.birkie.com/live/philanthropy/skier-development-fund/

We are very happy to be working with the Birkie to expand the opportunities for youth skiing in the Midwest!

 

K Counter Deadline

The last day to ski and log kilometers will be Sunday March 6th. The Top Ten skiers from the SkiSparks and Skiwerx leader boards will be invited to the MYSL Awards Banquet on March 20th. Congratulations to all of the skiers that participated in the K Counter program. 

K Counter Instructions

  • Posted on: January 25, 2016 - 10:39am
  • By: AmyC

Kids can track their kilometers throughout the season to earn kilometer award pins. This is an incentive to get out and ski during our brief winter!  Clubs set their own standards for awards (gold, silver and bronze). A sample from the Hyland Club is 100k gold, 50k silver and 25k bronze.

How to use the online K counter

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