Youth programs


Our program has increased to 40 youth and the curriculum has been expanded to include skate skiing techniques for the advanced skiers. Assistant Coaches are also certified as National Certified Coaches through the Coaching Association of Canada and Cross Country Canada.


Athlete and coach development follows Sport Canada's Long Term Athlete Development model. LTAD focuses on the general framework of athlete development with special reference to growth, maturation and development, trainability, and sport system alignment and integration. It incorporates information from a number of sources. It draws on the experiences of various athlete development projects that have been implemented by different sport organizations in British Columbia since the mid-1990s. LTAD is an inclusive model that encourages individuals to get involved in lifelong physical activity.


The program is based on the Cross Country Development Program for Children. The focus on the program is to provide the kids with a healthy, fun and safe social experience while teaching them the basic techniques of classic and skate skiing. Currently the club has a number of junior/assistant coaches and volunteer parents who assist the lessons from beginner to advanced. Future goals of the program are to host our own races and have the kids attend regional races to encourage sportsmanship and competition.


The program runs from January to the end of March on Saturdays from 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm [children must be registered and members of the club to participate]. Equipment is provided to youth registered in the program as available. Kids are encouraged to buy their own equipment as they progress through the program and advance in their skill level.


Each class is carefully structured consisting of a warm-up, skill development, games and tour/practice on the trail systems. The philosophy of the program is built upon sportsmanship, respect, fitness/health and environmental stewardship.


Youth Membership Application





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If you are interested in adult lessons please contact us at If there is enough people interested the club will try and organize orientation and/or lessons. We can provide basic classic ski lessons or skate ski lessons. You have to provide your own equipment for these sessions.



The club has a long standing tradition of " moonlight" skiing. On the full moon of the winter months - when snow conditions, clear skies and temperature permit, interested persons meet at the parking lot at 7:00 pm [sharp] to go out for a group ski. NOTE: Head lamps must be worn as part of your equipment. Check the calendar for the full moon - or closest weekend date. This is not a formal structured event, but if you are interested please contact at\f0 and we will try and put you in touch with a member who is attending.



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Snowshoeing is permitted on secondary trails and on the extreme outside edges of the wider trails. Please stay off set track and skate pad.



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Mega Lottery: The Rotary Mega Lottery ticket sales have been one source of funding for the club for a number of years. Thank's to Rob Jones for his organization of this function and thank you to the volunteers who sold ticket on behalf of the club.