- Sports/Activities Offered
- Roller Skiing, Skiing, Telemark Skiing
- Genders catered for
- Affiliated by
- Snowsport England
MCCSC is proud of the strength and depth of its coaches and being one of the largest Cross-Country club and the largest civilian Telemark club in England. Our common aim is to share and enjoy skiing bringing like-minded people together to ski, whether it be on a cycle track, road, indoor ski slope or the mountains.
Membership now covers a wide area of the North-West. MCCSC covers a range of activities including:
- - Roller ski courses and training on a purpose built cycle track (UCLAN, Preston)
- - Roller ski tours
- - Roller ski racing
- - Telemark skiing (Chillfactore, Manchester)
- - Telemark racing
- - Cross-Country skiing
- - Coaching Award Scheme to become an Instructor or Coach, in Roller, XC and Telemark skiing
The Club has members who take part in some or all of these activities and it caters for a considerable variety of skiing skills and ability and welcomes beginners* and experienced skiers alike. *Note intro to Telemark must have Alpine skiing experience.
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Next Session: Saturday 15th December (08:00 - 09:30)
Venue: Chillfactore,Trafford Quays Leisure Village, Trafford Way,Manchester,M417JA
Telemark coaching sessions (free coaching to members**) are usually held on alternate Saturdays at Chillfactore all year; 8.00-9.30am in winter* or 9:00-10.30am in summer*. *Check www.mccsc.org.uk for dates & times. Club members are entitled to a special lift pass rate for these sessions. **The Telemark Festival on the 29 June is a separate paid for event*.
Next Session: Saturday 19th January (10:00 - 12:30)
Venue: UCLan Sports Arena,Tom Benson Way,Preston,Lancashire,PR21SG
MCCSC autumn Rollerski coaching sessions will take place on the university cycle track at Preston Sports Arena. With exclusive use of the 1.5-km long circuit, which is wide, smooth and a good variety of slopes to practise diﬀerent techniques, from completely ﬂat, to gently sloping, to a reasonable hill over a bridge (which can be avoided). The Arena has free parking, toilets and changing rooms, and there is a café where we will have a break halfway through the session and where we can have lunch afterwards.
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