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Nordic Lessons to Begin Soon

Skate Style Lessons

Skate Style Lessons

Our series of five nordic group lessons for adults starts Tuesday Dec 19 or Jan 9, depending on weather.

Three great coaches offer classic and skate styles for beginner and intermediate skiers, and a lot of fun.
Proceeds benefit our Nordic Race Team.

See “Five Lesson Package” on our
Nordic Lessons page for details.

Snow Falls, Trails Are Groomed

That’s the way it works for our ever-vigilant trail grooming team. We finally received a second dump of snow Dec 3 and 4. By December 6, all the trails at White Butte and the city trails at Kinsmen Park, Science Centre, Douglas Park and Les Sherman Park were fully groomed.

Sherpa grooming new trail at RWF

Sherpa grooming new trail

Remember to check our Trail Conditions page for up-to-date information.
We try to have reports on each newly-groomed trail within hours.
In any case, each entry on the page shows you a LAST UPDATED date and time.

Free Bonus Lessons for All Jackrabbits AND All Bunnyrabbits!

We are taking advantage of our snow and starting our season early this year –
5:00 Wednesday evenings Nov 29 to Dec 27 at the Science Centre to be specific.

These free lessons are open to all Bunnyrabbits (with parents) and Jackrabbits registered for either Sunday or Wednesday lessons for 2018.

Jackrabbits Wednesday Night Lessons

Jackrabbits Wednesday Night Lessons

For details see our Jackrabbits Ski Club Facebook group,
and the Jackrabbits Wednesday Night Lessons Facebook event.

Wednesday Night Races Planned to Start December 13
See our recent update on the RSC Facebook page.

Science Centre trails with hoar frost

Science Centre trails with hoar frost

Every week from December 13, 2017 to March 7, 2018, conditions permitting, the Regina Ski Club will hold a Wednesday Night Race. These races will be free to ALL Regina Ski Club Members.

Recreational skiers can participate in a friendly race atmosphere, and be free to be as competive (or not) as they choose. Skiers in the race programs can keep race-sharp.

Races are at 6:30 with registration at 6:15. Bring a headlamp! Program details are on the Wednesday Night Races page, with weekly announcements on our Facebook page.

Regular Alpine Race Training Continues

Mission Ridge Winter Park at Fort Qu’Appelle opened Saturday December 2. Regular training for both the Nancy Greene program and the Race Team began there on the following day. That training will continue for the next two weekends as per the schedule to the right of this page.

For more information on our Alpine Race programs, see:

Nancy Greene & RART Schedule 2017-18 – a pdf document to download or print

Regina Alpine Ski Club website

Regina Alpine Racing Facebook page

Contacts: Steve Engel 306-501-3674
or Mike Penkala 306-535-1967.

Nancy Greene racers ready to go

Don’t miss the November Special Edition Sitzmarks!

Sitzmarks November 2017

cross country gear info session poster
Jackrabbits updates
Nordic Racing

Nordic Race - Early Snow Camp Lake Louise Nov 2017

Early Snow Camp Lake Louise Nov 2017

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

Sunday Lessons for Bunnyrabbits and Jackrabbits Begin Jan 7 2018

Our weekly Sunday lessons will run for 8 to 10 weeks, snow conditions permitting.

We start at 2:30 PM.
Bunnyrabbit (ages 3 to 5) sessions are 45 to 60 minutes and Jackrabbit (ages 6 to 12) sessions are 60 to 75 minutes.

Each lesson wraps with apres ski time, hot chocolate and snacks!

Rabbits ski under arches

Rabbits ski under arches

Read details of the 2017-2018 program and how to register on the
Bunnyrabbits and Jackrabbits page.
Communicate with others in the program via the Jackrabbit Ski Club Facebook group.

RSC Reservation and Refund Policy for Trips

Nordic Ski Trips

Nordic Ski Trips

In order to clarify the registration and refund process for both nordic and alpine trips, the RSC has adopted a formal policy.
It’s essence has not changed:
A reservation is complete and a seat will be saved only once the full cost or designated downpayment is prepaid by cash or cheque. A full refund is made if the club cancels the trip or if certain other conditions are met.

Click here to see the Regina Ski Club Reservation and Refund Policy in full.
The policy document includes the rationale behind the policy.

Register Online for the Upcoming 2017-18 Ski Season

RSC Nordic Racers

Online RSC registration is open for the 2017-18 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.

Two Alpine Trips Again in 2018

Low all-inclusive prices include bus transportation, 3 day lift ticket, 4 nights hotel, breakfasts and group functions.

Return to Bridger Bowl – For details see Ski Bridger Bowl, Montana.
As of November 29, one third of the seats are sold.
Please register ASAP so we can hold all of our reserved hotel rooms.

Bridger Bowl

Bridger Bowl - best underrated ski resort

Book February 21-25 2018 for a
Downhill / Cross Country trip to
Bridger Bowl at Bozeman, Montana.

Bridger has over 75 runs served by 8 lifts over four large bowls. It offers wide-open terrain with a variety of landscapes, and runs for all level of skier. Expect moderate temperatures and high chance of fresh snow! For cross country ski enthusiasts Bohart Ranch grooms 30 kilometers of quality trails.

Return to Whitefish – For details see Ski Whitefish Mountain, Montana.
As of November 29, half of the seats are sold.

Snowboarding at Whitefish Montana

Snowboarding at Whitefish Montana

Book off March 21-25 2018 for a Downhill / Cross Country trip to Whitefish Montana.

Whitefish is a huge resort with 105 runs from absolute beginner to expert, 14 lifts, and four ski-in restaurants. Glacier Nordic Club grooms and maintains cross-country trails in two nearby locations. Join us for awesome skiing and great night life. This is a fun trip beyond the skiing!

Alpine Adaptive Program Schedule Available

The Regina Ski Club believes all people have an equal right to participate in Alpine Skiing, regardless of ability.

The Regina Adaptive Ski Program has adaptive ski equipment for various types of disability. We offer lessons to individuals with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, visual impairment, and lower extremity amputations.

Blind Skier with Guide

See our Alpine Adaptive Program page for a program description, the schedule of events for the 2017-18 season, and details of the equipment available to cater to skiers with various disabilities.

Nordic Race Schedule Announced

The Nordic Racing Program of RSC includes the Track Attack program for youth aged 9 and older, and the Nordic Race Team for those 14 and older.

For information on these programs and the race schedule for the 2017-18 season,
see the Nordic Race Team page.

Nordic Race Team at LaRonge 2017

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!