Regina Ski Club Home Page

Planning for 2014-2015 Season Well Underway

Planning for the RSC’s many program areas this season is progressing throughout the month of October. Plans will be announced here on the home page as details are finalized, and details will be shown on the appropriate program pages. Check back here often during the month and during the ski season.

Nordic Race Schedule for 2014-2015

Cross Country Saskatchewan has announced its race schedule for 2014-2015. The RSC Nordic Race Team will be participating in a number of meets which are listed at the bottom of our Nordic Race Team page.
For a complete list of CCS events, see the Events Calendar page on the CCS website.

RSC at CCS fall training Waskesiu 2014

Nordic Trips Schedule for 2014-2015

Canmore Nordic Trip 2012

All of the Regina Ski Club Nordic trips for the coming season have been planned.
Details are on our Nordic Trips page.

The first chance for RSC members to register for specific trips is the Registration Night Social on November 15, 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the Cathedral Village Community Centre. Some trips sell out quickly, so plan to be there to assure a spot on the bus.

White Butte Trails Clean-Up Saturday November 1 2014

The annual White Butte Trail Clean-up Day is set for Sat Nov 1 2014 from 9:30 AM to about 1:30 PM. Please wear work clothes and bring manual cutting tools suitable for trimming trailside vegetation. Meet at the WBT trailhead. We will marshal into small groups with a crew leader and move to various trail sections. After the work is complete, we will re-assemble at trailhead for a wiener roast.
In case of changes due to weather, watch this website.

trail crew hard at work 2013

Contact Nordic Facilities Director Gregg Brewster at 306-949-8210 if you have questions.
See our White Butte Trails Info page for directions to and a map of the trails.

Alpine Adaptive Ski Program Steak Night Wednesday November 12 2014

Alpine Adaptive skiers and friends

Support the RSC’s Alpine Adaptive Ski Program by attending our steak night.
The TAP Brew Pub & Eatery
4245 Rochdale Blvd Regina
Cost $ 25.00/person

Contact Gord Poulton for Tickets at
306-536-4958 or

For more information on the program itself, see our Alpine Adaptive Ski Program page.

Registration Social and Trip Sign-Up Saturday November 15

The Regina Ski Club will hold its annual Registration Social on Saturday November 15th from 7:00 to 9:00 PM at the Cathedral Neighbourhood Center. Everyone is welcome!
Come and find out about the many programs and events offered by the club, become a new or renewed member and sign up for trips and/or lessons.
Free coffee, juice and snacks.
Cathedral Neighborhood Center
2900 13th Ave at Retallack St

Ski Club members at Duck Mountain Park

Ski Swap and Sale November 14-15

Our friends the Canadian Ski Patrol System, Qu’Appelle Zone will hold their annual Ski Swap November 14 and 15 at Campbell Collegiate in Regina. This is your opportunity to buy reasonably-priced equipment and sell your unwanted items while supporting the Ski Patrol System at the same time. Several volunteers are available to help you select equipment appropriate for you or your child. (There is a good guide to the selection and maintenance of Nordic skis at the Cross Country Canada website.)
Registration of items for sale: Fri Nov 14 6:30-9:00 pm
Sale: Sat Nov 15 9:00 am-4:30 pm – Closed for Mark-Downs 12:30-1:30
Campbell Collegiate 102 Massey Road

Sitzmarks Spring 2014 Newsletter

Read the spring 2014 edition of
Sitzmarks newsletter
for reports of the Regina Ski Club’s many events and programs conducted over a very busy 2013-14 ski season.

President’s Podium
Help Wanted
Red Lodge Alpine Trip
Nordic Facilities Report
Alpine Adaptive Report
Cross Country Youth Racing
Alpine Skiing Report

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!