APU Nordic Ski Center began a decade ago as a regional Olympic training center for cross-country skiers. The program developed some of the best elite skiers in the country including many Olympians, World Champion and national medalists.
APU Nordic Ski Center is a place for those who wish to pursue international excellence both academically and athletically.
APUNSC offers programs for the entire Anchorage community from Juniors to Masters.
APU Nordic Ski Center is located on the campus of Alaska Pacific University, a small private liberal arts and sciences university.
February 21, 2017 by Rosie Brennan
Here is a blog I wrote for the National Nordic Foundation about my time at home plus a little add on: Over the last ten years, the U.S. Women’s Cross Country team has undoubtedly found its stride. Many years ago, Kikkan Randall spearheaded an ambitious goal to not only be the best herself, but to […]  > READ MORE
February 16, 2017 by Sadie Bjornsen
These last two weeks, I have been living and training in Meribel, France, making my final finishing touches and preparations for World Championships. This camp served multiple purposes for me. First and foremost, I needed to rest and recover. I found myself in a bit of a fatigue hole in Falun for the last World […]  > READ MORE
February 14, 2017 by Jessica Yeaton
Two weeks ago, I left Anchorage and headed for Pyeong Chang, South Korea- the location of the next winter Olympic Games. It wad pretty cool to venture somewhere entirely new; as awesome as Europe and Canada are, I was really excited to trade in sauerkraut for kimchi and experience a different culture. Although it was […]  > READ MORE
February 8, 2017 by Scott Patterson
One would assume with flying all the way to Korea for some ski races, there would be some sightseeing and cultural experiences as well.  However, in the whirlwind experience of the Olympic test world cups, I got to see four places: the airport, the hotel, a temple, and the race venue. First off the airport.  […]  > READ MORE
January 31, 2017 by Scott Patterson
Returning to a blog now is kind of like getting back in contact with an old friend.  It’s really great to see them, but actually you need some obscure favor that makes the whole thing slightly awkward.  The slightly awkward part is definitely here but luckily I don’t need any favors.  Lots has gone on […]  > READ MORE
January 31, 2017 by Kikkan Randall
I’ve always been a big believer that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” and have made getting yearly preventive check-ups a priority.  Now that I’m a Mom, I’m carrying that philosophy over toward making sure my son gets his preventive check-ups on schedule too. Fitting in my son’s checkups with my […]  > READ MORE