Dave Simms puts some wax onto Rosie Graffunder’s skis as the Rabbits cross-country ski school gets underway at Candle Creek Trails on Sunday. The Rabbits classes are held every Sunday for eight weeks, 2 – 3 p.m.

PHOTOS: Rabbits learn to cross-country ski

Eight weeks of lessons begin at Candle Creek trails


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Left: Matthias practices going downhill on his cross-country skis during the first Rabbits class on Sunday.

Parker does a little downhilling on his cross-country skis during a Rabbits class at Candle Creek trails on Sunday.

Right: Cross-country skis rest stuck in the snow in front of Wells Gray Outdoors Club’s cabin next to the Candle Creek Trails. The club also held its annual sno-cial on Sunday, with participants checking out the new trails, followed by snacks and gluhwein at the cabin.

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