Area Clubs & Groups

 

Why?

To create circles of support around healthy eating and active living in the community.

Interested in joining a club or starting one of your very own? You've come to the right place!  If you find something you are interested in and want to join or simply want more info, fill out the contact form!  If you have an existing club related to active living or healthy eating that is not listed, please let us know and we will add it! (getfititasca100@gmail.com)

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It will be active as soon as possible!

Bovey/Coleraine Area

 

Mt. Itasca Ski and Outing Club

ISOC is a member of the United States Ski Association's Central Division and offers ski jumping training and competitions on our 5,10, 20, 40 and 70 meter ski jumps.  In addition, the ISOC has a nordic combined program which is a combination of ski jumping and cross country skiing.  We train everyone from absolute beginners to seasoned competitors, ages 5-95, in a friendly atmosphere." 

Mt. Itasca Ski, Snowboard, Tube

The Mt. Itasca ski center offers four downhill ski runs, a top three regional snowboard terrain park and an exciting snow tubing run. Equipment rental and lessons are available if needed. Afterwards you can relax in the full service chalet, grab a bite to eat, and watch ski jumping, cross country skiing, or biathlon from the large chalet windows.

Mt. Itasca Nordic Ski Association

MINSA trains athletes year round for both Nordic and biathlon competition and recreation.  We provide an impeccably groomed nordic trail system for training and competitions.  Our course includes more than 2 km of man-made snow, guaranteeing excellent skiing for fitness or racing.  We host world-class biathlon and nordic racing events every winter, and dozens of volunteers enjoy pitching in to make these events possible at Mt. Itasca.

Whether you want to ski, shoot, or volunteer, join us at the Mt. Itasca Winter Sports Center.

Mt. Itasca Youth Ski League

www.mysl.org, Catherine McLynn (218)326-1313

MYSL invites families to ski at Mount Itasca and offers ski equipment rental to youth ages 4 to 14 years.  Eight Sunday afternoon sessions from 1:00 to 3:00 pm begin January 4, 2015.

Families may register online anytime during the winter, but the cost increases from $30 per skier in mid-December. Parents are encouraged to ski with their children and/or assist with any of the six levels based on age and ability.

 

 

 

Cohasset/Grand Rapids Area

GRIMBA

(Grand Rapids Itasca Mountain Biking Association)

They are a non-profit organization with a mission to increase and advocate for mountain biking opportunities in the Grand Rapids region.

Kayak Club

Itasca Curling Club

Join them curling for the winter or play bocce ball in the summer

Grand Rapids Garden Club

 

Deer River Area 

Deer River Running Club

 

 

 

Nashwauk-Keewatin Area

 

Bigfork

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