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Wednesday Night Race: January 18 results

The January 18 race was a classic race with a choice of 2 or 4 laps long, on the Les Sherman “blue loop” on the east side of Elphinstone.
See the results on our Facebook Page.

It seems Moose Mountain Park is one of the few Saskatchewan sites with enough snow to ski. This weekend’s two-day trip to Eb’s Trails and Little Red has been changed to a one-day trip to Kenosee, with resulting changes to start time and prices. The bus will leave the parking lot south of the SaskPower head office at 9:00 AM Saturday, returning that evening. Prices are reduced to $35 per adult and $20 per child. Please have your replacement cheque ready for coordinator Barry Mang (306-584-0663). Some seats still available.

Another Nordic Trip
Moved to Kenosee

Skiing in Moose Mountain Park

Jackrabbits Could Use Extra Helpers

The RSC Bunny and Jackrabbits programs are well under way!!
We had a fabulous second day on the trails January 15.

Jackrabbits enjoy going through the hoops

If you or someone you know might want to help us out, we have over 60 young skiers (ages 3 to 12) this year and could use an extra hand! We would love some additional coaches / helpers to make our program a success.

Contact Julie Zepp-Rutledge at or 306-757-2014 to volunteer.

Many Volunteers Needed for Nordic Provincials February 4 & 5 2017

RSC Nordic Racers at Canada 150

The Regina Ski Club is still looking for help to host the Provincial Nordic Races February 4 & 5, 2017 at the Wildlife Federation Building and White Butte Trail. We need more volunteers for food service, race marshalls, setup and takedown. No special training is required. People can contact Lisa Morrison at Hearty thanks in advance.

Alpine Trip to Whitefish is Confirmed

Whitefish: Always lots of snow! Still some room on the bus. Join us in Whitefish Feb 22.

Our alpine trips are a bargain that is hard to match. Listed prices ($CDN) for the Whitefish trip in February and Red Lodge trip in March include bus transportation, a 3 day lift ticket, 4 nights hotel with full hot breakfasts, a few group functions, and plenty of fun.
For trip details, contact info for trip leader Ray Wolfram, and to register, see our Alpine Trips page.

boarding at Whitefish


Trails thin Jan 21st but skiable despite the warm weather.

See our Trail Conditions page for up-to-date details for each trail.

RSC Grooming Science Centre with new snowmobile funded through partnership between Regina Ski Club, Wascana Centre & Regina City

Lights Out at Kinsmen Park (temporarily)

Some of us like to ski at Kinsmen Park in the evening because it is well-lit. However, the City is currently replacing the footbridge in the park, and while that work is underway the lighting in the park is off. The ski trails are not affected, but we recommend bringing a head lamp for night skiing until the lights in the park come back on.

Sitzmarks Newsletter – Peter Whitehead Honored

Sitzmarks December 2016

Read about Peter’s award, the biathlon program to date, volunteer opportunities, upcoming special events and more.
Distinguished Service Award
- Gregg Brewster
Biathlon Club Enjoys the Fall
- Merle Boyle
SPRA Volunteer Award – Kamsack Times
Volunteer Opportunities & Special Events
- Karen Hardy

Peter Whitehead

Remember the Regina Ski Club is now using MailChimp to distribute our newsletters, bulletins and other correspondence to our members.

Fat Bike Policy

With the increased popularity of fat bike cycling on snow, local cycling clubs have encouraged the Regina Ski Club to develop a policy for allowing fat bike riding close to RSC groomed ski trails in Regina and at White Butte.
Please read Fat Bike Policy Regina Ski Club 2016 to learn where fat bike traffic is welcome and where it is not welcome.

fat bikes

Alpine Racing Season is Underway

The Regina Alpine Race Team and the younger Nancy Greene skiers did dryland training and are well into regular training at Mission Ridge, and have been competing in other training events and races.

See the Alpine (downhill) Racing page for a summary of the Regina Alpine Ski Club programs and the schedule of Training Camps and Races until mid-January.

Nancy Greene racers ready to go

Alpine Adaptive Ski Schedule for 2016-17 Announced

Sit Skiing

The RSC Alpine Adaptive Ski program provides skiing opportunities for individuals with a variety of physical disibilities. The schedule for 2016-17 has been finalized. The core program at Mission Ridge includes a free introductory day, five other training days, and the SaskTel Challenge Cup at seasons end. Optional activities include three major Para Camps and a CADS Festival, all held at resorts in BC.

For program details, see the Alpine Adaptive Ski Program page
and/or contact Gord Poulton at 306-545-2272.

Nordic Tour Schedule for 2016-17 Announced

Join us again this year for one or many nordic recreational bus trips to various Saskatchewan locations or to Canmore AB. Please see the schedule on our Nordic Trips page and get ready to come to registration night on Sunday November 6 to claim a spot on the bus for each trip you choose.

Canmore Nordic Trip

Wednesday Night Races Again This Year

Every week from December 7, 2016 to March 1, 2017, the Regina Ski Club will hold a Wednesday Night Race in Regina, weather permitting. These are friendly nordic races free to Regina Ski Club Members. Skiers of all ages and ability levels are more than welcome.
Goals include developing friendships and community among our members, increasing fitness, providing race experience and sharpness for our competitive skiers, and having fun.
See the Wednesday Night Races page for more details, the race schedule, and a race entry/waiver form.

Online Registration for 2016/17 is Now Open

RSC Nordic Racers

Online RSC registration is open for the 2016/17 season. See Membership – Join for a list of the benefits of membership and details of how to register.

You can register online via Regina Ski Club Registration on the Zone4 website.

The Regina Ski Club

The Regina Ski Club (RSC) provides programs, events and trips for all ages and levels of skiers, individuals and families alike. Club volunteers pack and set ski trails at the White Butte Recreation area north of Emerald Park, and within city limits in Wascana Center and a number of city park locations.

Our mission is to create opportunities for recreational and competitive Nordic (cross country) and Alpine (downhill) skiing and snowboarding. The spirit of the club is aptly summed up by our motto: fun, friendship, fitness!