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Manchester Telemark Festival & Indoor Race 29/30 June 2019 - tele beginners to experts welcome

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For telemark beginners to experts

Manchester Cross Country Ski club have a Telemark Festival at ChillFactore on 29 and 30 June. Details of programme, FAQs and booking via the 'Events' section at http://www.mccsc.org.uk/

The Festival runs all-day Saturday with expert instructors and coaches; the racing is Saturday eve and Sunday (Note: that if you want to do both the festival and races, you need to register for each separately)

Coaching for all levels:

For existing skiers who who would like to give telemark skiing a try - minimum standard/telemark beginner (with alpine/cross-country experience) is that you must be able to at least make 'non-tele' turns.

For more experienced/advanced telemark skiers there are intermediate and advanced coaching groups

Equipment hire available

If you are considering racing, please enter asap (and by Friday 14th June at latest), as a few more entries are needed this part of the event viable.


Come along - it will be great fun, and please spread the word around
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My son is keen to try telemark. Casts envious glances at the free heelers at C.F. But struggling to find boots. He is mondo 22/23.

Any advice greatly appreciated
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I've emailed to see what the available range is (the last time I checked, the smallest size at CFe was a UK5/mp24 and the shortest ski was 150cm). There may be more available from the club at the Festival. I'll let you know when I hear back.

My experience when I was looking for junior boots a few years back with no smaller sizes available locally to just try out I bought a second hand pair from someone in the USA - this worked out ok and luckily they fitted (I passed them on when outgrown).
If you consider this I suggest the usual places to keep an eye on - maybe an advert on snowheads, check eBay - both in the UK (.co.uk) and USA (.com) if postage to the UK is an option, the winterhighland site
If your son is 'junior sized' it is worth looking for models like the Scott/Garmont G-Rex (previous models were called teledactyls and telesaurus).
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Many thanks. I will look at those sites.
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