Black Mountain Ski Resort & Chisholm Ski Club Trail Race Pass
Please note that any spectator on skis at any Nordic race must purchase a race spectator pass to be on course and the Nordic trails for the day.
Tickets available at the ticket counter and at the Chisholm Ski Club Race Headquarters.
Thank you for supporting Nordic skiing and our Nordic Trail System.
We are a 501-c3 corporation promoting affordable skiing In the River Valley
As I think back of all the races that we have hosted in Rumford, it amazes me what the Chisholm Ski Club and Black Mountain Ski Area have done for the River Valley Area through volunteerism. This started in the early 1900’s with the facilities on Spruce Street in Rumford, moving on to Scotty’s Mountain on the edge of town after World War II, and then on to the Glover Farm and our current location at Black Mountain in 1960.
There is so much history with the club and ski area in the River Valley and we have held some incredible events over the last 90+years. In 1950 Rumford became famous world wide for successfully staging the World Cross Country Ski Championships on a 48-hour notice. In 1951, the tryouts for the US Cross Country Ski Team were held in Rumford. In addition to these major competitions, we have since hosted National Biathlon Championships, U.S. Masters Cross Country Skiing Championships, National Junior Olympics, Chevy Truck U.S. Nationals, NCAA Cross Country Skiing Championships, Chevy Truck US Cross Country Championships, USCSA National Championships, and most recently the 2011 and 2012 US Cross Country Ski Championships. The list goes on and on.
Looking at that list of races, I continue to say, “It’s only a little club . . . but we do big things.” The main reason we are able to successfully stage so many competitions, is because of our dedicated volunteer base. Without volunteerism, we would not be able to host the cross country and alpine races that help fuel the economy of the River Valley Area businesses.
Wendall “Chummy” Broomhall
Dues for Fiscal Year July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019 are $15.00 per family.
Please mail to the Chisholm Ski Club PO Box 616 Rumford, ME 04276
Chisholm Ski Club and Black Mountain Ski Resort are hosting the EHSC and U16 Nordic Qualifier Races on Saturday, February 28th. The purpose of the race is to select the teams to represent Maine at the 2015 NENSA U16 and Eastern High School Championships. Any athlete may enter the race, as long as they either attend a Maine High School or are Maine residents. The format will be a 5km Classic race in the morning, followed by a 5km FS Pursuit in the afternoon. The final pursuit results will be used to name the team.The top 21 U16 Boys and 21 U16 Girls will be named to the Maine U16 Nordic Team.
Audrey Heriz-Smith of Camden Hills High School won the KVAC women's giant slalom race at Black Mountain with a two-run combined time of 1:42.62. Jenna Hanrahan of Mt. Blue HS took second (1:46.99) with Hampen Academy's Brea Brown came in third. Rounding out the top 6 were Janiki Pakulski of Maranacook, Jordan Cummings of Edward Little and Maranacook's Katie Ide.
BECAUSE OF EXTREMELY HIGH WINDS AND FOR THE SAFETY OF OUR ATHLETES, THE JR SASSI 3K AND THE SASSI MEMORIAL 5K CLASSICAL THAT WERE SCHEDULED FOR JANUARY 31ST WERE CANCELED. EFFORTS TO RESCHEDULE WILL BE MADE. PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR MORE INFORMATION AS IT BECOMES AVAILABLE.
The 2018 Maine U16 and Eastern High School Championship teams were selected based on qualifying races held at Black Mountain on March 3rd. In the High School race, Olivia Skillings, skiing for the Maine Coast Waldorf School in Freeport, passed Stephanie Nicols of Gould Academy in Bethel to capture 1st place in the Freestyle pursuit. Nicols, who had won the 5k Classical race earlier in the day, finished second. Coming in third was Lily Horne of Freeport High School.
In the High School Boys competition, Ben Alford, representing the Bethel Outing Club won the gold in the pursuit. Alford, who had also won the classical race, led wire to wire. He was followed by Max Bartley, who was skiing as a member of the Outdoor Sport Institute of Caribou. Finishing in third was Luke Bartol of Maranacook High School.
Maine Junior Ski League Class A
2015 Skiing Championships
The Farmington Area Boys and Girls Ski Teams each claimed 2015 Maine Junior Ski League Overall Championships during the Day 2 Competition at Black Mountain Ski Resort in Rumford on Saturday, February 14th. It was the boys nordic team, led by 3K Classical Gold Medalist Dominic Giampietro, who dominated the field to lead the Famington boys to victory.
NENSA EASTERN HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIPS
March 20, 21, 22, 2015
Chishholm Ski Club and Black Mountain Ski Resort will be hosting the 2015 New England Nordic Ski Associaltion's Eastern High School Championships in March. Top high school cross country skiers from the Northeast will be competing in this annual championship on Black Mountain's famed nordic ski trails. The three-day event will include freestyle, classical, sprint, and medley relay races.
The Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference and the Mountain Valley Conference are once again teaming for their league skiing championships. Day One of the Championships will be at Black Mountain Ski Resort while Titcomb Mountain in Farmington will host Day Two.