The NVSC goal is to improve the ski racing skills of our members. While competition is encouraged, the main emphasis is on fun! NVSC is a volunteer run ski club. With that in mind, all parents/guardians will be required to work at two or more races that their racer participates in. No experience is necessary and it’s a great way to see how the races are run. Practices are on Thursday evenings at Nashoba Valley ski area in Westford and races take place on Sunday mornings.
The Buddy Werner League (BWL) and/or Nashoba Valley Ski Club (NVSC) has their own website! Check it out at www.nvscracing.com
NVSC is a volunteer/parent run organization for which Nashoba Valley Ski Area provides the coaching.
Philosophy of the club
The Nashoba Valley Ski Club’s goal is to improve the skills of our members. While competition is encouraged, the main emphasis is on fun. NVSC is a volunteer run ski club.
Frequently Asked Questions
6 years to 14 years old.
No, it’s a beginning level racing program up through advanced levels. Your child will learn beginning racing techniques, gate training and tactics. All racers must be able to ride the lift unassisted.
Thursday nights from 6:30-8:30 pm, 8 & under end at 8pm.
BWL races are every Sunday at 8:30am.
Nashoba, Ski Ward (Shrewsbury), or Bradford Ski Area (Haverhill).
Yes, helmets are required at all practices and races.