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Regina Ski Club Membership Benefits Programs for all ages, from children to seniors Programs for all ability levels, from beginners to recreational to nationally competitive Nordic (cross-country), Alpine (downhill) and Biathlon programs Alpine Adaptive program for persons with physical disabilities Several Alpine and Nordic trips organized each year Regularly groomed Nordic trails throughout Regina and at White Butte Trails Many social events Nordic skiing lessons All Regina Ski Club members automatically become members of the Saskatchewan Ski Association (SASKI) and Canadian Ski Association (CSA) ... and you will join a great community of friends and families that enjoy skiing and outdoor winter fun. Regina Ski Club Membership Fees for the ...
Bunnyrabbits and Jackrabbits
What are the Bunnyrabbits and Jackrabbits Ski Programs? These programs are dedicated to encouraging young participants to enjoy cross-country skiing with their peers. The programs focus on cross-country ski development through fun activities and games that are appropriate to each age & skill level.
This page contains current trail conditions for all nordic ski trails maintained by the Regina Ski Club. We make every effort to post current trail conditions, especially immediately after grooming. However, sometimes we can't groom regularly because of melting or lack of new snow, and the posting gets out of date. Therefore, please note the date that the information on a particular trail was UPDATED. In addition, links near page bottom will take you to information on trails in Moose Mountain and Duck Mountain provincial parks, as well as other ski trails in Saskatchewan. [caption id="attachment_4253" align="alignright" width="240" caption="Sherpa grooming ...
Any Regina Ski Club member may register for any trip at the Registration Night Sunday November 6 2016 7:00 to 9:00 PM. Or you may contact the designated Coordinator of your trip of interest at any time prior to the trip date. Register early, because many trips sell out. Fred Cameron Memorial Bench Rundle Lake Trail - Duck Mountain Park Canmore Nordic Centre Canmore Nordic Trip Nordic Trip schedule for the 2016-2017 season: All trips EXCEPT the Canmore trip leave by bus Saturday at 7:30 or 8:00 AM from the SaskPower parking lot between Scarth and Hamilton Streets north of 13th Ave. Try to arrive one half hour ...
Note: This page now contains an updated biathlon program description and schedule for the 2016-2017 season. Regina Biathlon 2016-2017 at the Regina Wildlife Federation (RWF) The Club: We enjoy winter, and snow, and are somewhat sad at the time of spring melt. This year we are an active community biathlon club associated with the Regina Ski Club, and the Regina Wildlife Federation (RWF). We host practices based on member consensus. We share the shooting range with partner clubs. This has been positive for range access, trails, snow grooming and minimizing costs. We will offer orientation, firearms safety course, coaches’ training, and access to ...
Alpine Adaptive Ski Program
Note: This page now contains program details and schedules for the upcoming 2016-2017 season. The Regina Alpine Adaptive Ski Program believes that 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 disabilities. We offer lessons to individuals with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, spinal cord injuries, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, visual impairment, and lower extremity amputations that can wear a prosthetic which supports some body weight. Our program has instructors with specialized training and certification through the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS) with Level 1, ...
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Skiing Activities at Waskimo are Cancelled
- The youth/adult loppet, general public skiing, and beginner lessons are cancelled.
- Jackrabbits activities for children are cancelled.
- There will be no Ski Club trailhead tent.
- Free ski loans from Fresh Air Experience are no longer required.
- The bike race and fat bike demo are also cancelled.
The Regina Ski Club is extremely greatful to everyone who has put so much effort into planning and organizing the RSC contribution to this year’s Waskimo 2.0. In particular, Julie Rutledge and her team planned all the Jackrabbit events, Don Laing was going to lead beginner lessons, and Sandy Bain had organized a loppet a la Wednesday Night Races. Most especially we thank Gregg Brewster for representing the RSC at literally years of Waskimo planning meetings and for organizing all the other organizers who have contributed to the effort. Hopefully all this effort is not in vain, and we can use all our great ideas and plans next year at Waskimo 2.1. But for now, as Groomer Gregg says, “It is what it is.”
Please note Waskimo still plans several indoor events at the Conexus Arts Centre. Consult the Waskimo website for details of which programs are cancelled and which programs are scheduled to go ahead as originally planned.
White Butte Trails Remain Skiable Despite Warm Weather
As of Sunday February 19, White Butte Trails are icy early mornings and soft in the afternoons. So, if timed properly, good spring skiing is still available around mid-day, especially for skating. Temperatures are forecast to return to normal Wednesday night and we expect the sheltered areas of WBT to survive the warm spell intact. After that, there could be weeks of good skiing left.
As always, please check our Trail Conditions page, with an eye on the “Last Updated” date for each set of trails. You may be pleasantly surprised!
Sasktel Challenge Cup February 25 2017
Click here for the 11th Annual SaskTel Classic poster.
For details and to register, contact Steve Bell by phone at 306-566-9362.
Jackrabbits Bus added for Duck Mountain Loppet Trip
On Saturday February 25th our Nordic bus trip is to the ever-popular Annual Duck Mountain Loppet. The first bus is full, but this year we will have a second bus with priority seating for Jackrabbits families. Non-Jackrabbits skiers are also welcome on the second bus.
The buses leave Regina at 7:30 AM from the SaskPower parking lot. Try to arrive by 7:00. Prices for the bus are $20 for kids and $35 for adults. Email Julie Rutledge firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a seat!
Loppet registration itself is via the Kamsack Ski Club. Pre-registration is preferred. Fees are very reasonable and include snacks on the trails, certificates/pins, and a post-event turkey dinner hosted at the Rec Centre across the road from the trails.
It is a super fun time and great opportunity for the kids to experience the cross country ski culture.
Weekday lessons for Jackrabbits
Due to the popularity of the Jackrabbit program, coaches Scott and Bryan will be teaching weekday lessons for the next three weeks. These lessons are free to current Jackrabbit members (age 6+), and new members are encouraged to join. Lessons will take place at the Science Centre tracks Wednesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 to 5:30 pm.
For details, see our Facebook post Weekday Lessons for Jackrabbits.
Please email Jackrabbit Ski Club if you are interested in this opportunity!
Sitzmarks Newsletter – Peter Whitehead Honored
Read about Peter’s award, the biathlon program to date, volunteer opportunities, upcoming special events and more.
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.
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.
Alpine Adaptive Ski Schedule for 2016-17 Announced
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.
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
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!