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Skijoring Competitions “Ski Driving” in Montana
Larry Turner

“Ski Driving” in Montana

Take your cross-country skiing game to the next level: Skijoring is a winter sport where a person on skis is pulled by a horse, a dog or a snowmobile. Think: waterskiing on the snow. This increasingly popular sport with Scandinavian roots (the Norwegian word skikjøring meaning ski driving) is gaining notoriety in the United States, with a growing list of clubs and organized competitions.

Here in Glacier Country, head to Whitefish for the World Skijoring Invitational or to Rebecca Farm in Kalispell.

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Triple Creek Ranch

Triple Creek Ranch

City: Darby
Phone: 406.821.4600

5551 West Fork Road
Darby, Montana 59829

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