Updated for 2022, our skill summary cards per level.
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Snow-how for Parents
Kids can track their kilometers throughout the season to earn kilometer awards. Awards will be distributed through the clubs. Kilometers can be tracked through March 6th.
Bronze Pin for 25k
Silver Pin for 50k
Gold Pin for 100k
Bronze Medal for 150k
Silver Medal for 200k
Gold Medal for 300k
Here's how to make SkiSparks registration simple!
Every skier must bring the equipment listed below to every club meeting.
MYSL is a volunteer run organization. We are always looking for club leaders and coaches. The larger league has needs as well! If any of these volunteer roles interest you, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Minnesota Youth Ski League has been introducing young skiers to rollerskiing through our Skiwerx: Ski for Sport program for almost a decade. More information on Skiwerx, can be found here. We provide rollerskis for our spring, summer and fall programs.
"Winter is not a season, it's a celebration." -Anamika Mishra
"There is no bad weather, only bad clothing" -Swedish Proverb
Does your skier have the right clothing?
Age 0-5 no taller than child
Age 6-8 child's height
Age 9-12 10cm taller than child
We don't recommend that children skate before age 9.
See our full sizing chart as a pdf below.
See SkiSparks Skill Levels. You can edit your children's skill level in the "Household Info" section of the registration process (even after you register). It would be very unusual to go out of the suggested age-ranges and many children stay in a level for more than one season. Peer groupings of similar age are often more important than specfic skiing ability, except in the case of an older beginner (age 11-14). If your skier has never skied before and is 11+, please register for level 3.