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Roller Skiing is an off-snow equivalent to cross-country skiing that takes place on smooth surfaces such as paths in parks, safe roads and cycle tracks.

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An Overview of Rollerskiing

Roller Skiing takes place on smooth surfaces such as park paths, roads, cycle and athletics tracks. It was born from cross country skiing sharing similar techniques and is often used as the basis of summer training for cross country skiers

Suitable for all ages and a perfect low-cost activity, there are more and more community clubs offering Rollerski sessions which give people the chance to have a go at the activity. To showcase what to expect when starting out, view the GO SKI GO BOARD's introductory video below:


Regular practice sessions can cost as little as £2-£10 including equipment hire and track fees. If you are looking to learn a guideline for a 6hr GO SKI GO BOARD beginners course is between £30 - £80 depending on location and deliverer.

Find Rollerskiing Activities Near You

Use the search below to find local activities near you.

National Governing Bodies

British Roller Sports Federation

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Snowsport England

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Claire / Gareth (Office)
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01509 232323

York Go Rollerski Club

Roller Skiing is the best simulation of cross country skiing on snow that has yet been devised. If you are a snowsport enthusiast or want a fabulous way to keep fit in a friendly, social sport, Rollerskiing at York Sport Village is for you.

University of York

York Sport provides a sport participation programme for students and staff called York Active. The programme is aimed at students and staff who are new to sport or looking to try something new. Whilst the sessions are specific to students, we offer regula

Roller Ski Session

Roller Ski Session

Roller ski session. Improvers can classic or skate and there will be coaching available for all levels.