UPDATES 4/21/20: National Forest Campfire Ban in effect: As per a 4/21 press release, no campfires will be permitted on the Coconino National Forest (and thus the Nordic Village) until June 30th or beyond. This does not effect the use of the indoor wood burning stoves inside our yurts and cabins, nor does it effect
What to Expect and Bring for Your Winter Cabin or Yurt Stay So you’ve booked a stay at the Arizona Nordic Village and maybe you’re wondering what you need to bring or just what to expect! Let’s make sure you have the basics covered to ensure you have the best experience possible. Here’s what to
The Arizona Nordic Village (ANV) is seeking to hire multiple part-time, seasonal positions for the winter season, including: Cross country ski instructors (experience req’d) Groomer (snowcat grooming or heavy machine operation experience req’d) General winter staff – see description below. ANV is a year-round outdoor destination that hosts events, yurt and cabin camping, and trails.
When: October 24th, 2019 Where: Arizona Nordic Village (16848 US-180) Event Day Schedule: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm: Pre-run hydration, snacks, and high-fives 6:00pm – 5K Start! 6:30pm – 9:00pm -Post-run beer, Pizzicletta mobile pizza oven, campfire s’mores, games and awards – Nordic Village Registration: FREE! (but donations to help offset costs are always welcome)
Unbeknownst to us, Arizona Daily Sun Sam McManis reporter got out for a trail run at the Nordic Village recently. Enjoy this fun feature (also copied/pasted below) where McManis highlights that snow (powder) isn’t the only way to enjoy the forests and meadows of the Nordic Village. The best part – trail and facility access