Youth Programs

Our Ski Development Programs meet every Saturday morning at the Mt Macpherson Nordic lodge.

All programs, except Bunnies, run from December 2, 2017 to March 10,2018.  Bunnies run from January 6, 2018 to March 10, 2018*.

*Start dates will be snow dependent.

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Here are some more details for each program:

Bunny Program (Ages 4 – 5)

$50.  Saturday mornings.  Focus on fun and introduces basic movement skills on skis.  January 6, 2018 to March 10, 2018.  Use this link for more information about The Bunny Program.


Jackrabbits Program (Ages 6 – 9).

Provides skiers with the fundamental skills of classic and skating technique in a fun and playful environment. December 2,2017 to March 10,2018.

  • Jackrabbits level 1 (Age 6) $75. Saturdays 9:45am to 12:00pm. 15 sessions.
  • Jackrabbits levels 2-4 (Ages 7 – 9) $100.  Saturdays 9:45am to 12:00pm and Tuesdays 4:00pm to 5:00pm. 30 sessions.
  • Jackrabbits levels 2-4 (Ages 7-9) $75. Tuesdays Only 4:00pm-5:00pm. 15 sessions.

Use this link for more information about Jackrabbits.


Trailblazers (Ages 10 and up)

$125. For skiers who want exposure to adventure activities (eg avalanche awareness, environmental survival). We continue technique development for the recreational skier. Saturdays 9:45 am to 12:00 pm. Start date will be snow dependent. December 2, 2017.

Use this link for more information about Trailblazers.


Track Attack (Ages 10 – 12)

$300.  Aims to produce technically competent Nordic skiers, focusing on skiing for fitness and competition. Includes dry-land training. Athletes may begin dry-land training in the fall. December 2, 2017 to March 10, 2018.

Use this link for more information about Track Attack.


Junior Development (Ages 13-18)

$600. Aims to produce technically competent Nordic skiers, focusing on skiing for fitness and competition. Opportunities to compete at provincial and national level competitions. Training plans are designed to meet athletes objectives. Athletes begin dry-land training in the summer.

Use this link for more information about Junior Development.