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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 ...
Note: This page now contains an updated biathlon program description for the 2016-2017 season. The detailed biathlon event schedule for 2016-2017 will be posted as soon as it is finalized. 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 ...
Alpine Adaptive Ski Program
Note: All Regina Ski Club events of the 2015-2016 season have been completed. We anticipate program descriptions and event schedules for next season will be similar to those described on this page. Check back in October and November as program details and schedules for the 2016-2017 season are finalized. 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 ...
Note: All trails are closed for the 2015-16 season. Trails will re-open after the first significant snowfall(s) of the coming fall or winter. 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 ...
Bunnyrabbits and Jackrabbits
Note: All Regina Ski Club events of the 2015-2016 season have been completed. We anticipate program descriptions and event schedules for next season will be similar to those described on this page. Check back in October and November as program details and schedules for the 2016-2017 season are finalized. 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. In order for your children to improve their cross-country skiing and ...
Note: All Regina Ski Club Nordic trips of the 2015-2016 season have been completed. We anticipate trip descriptions and schedules for next season will be similar to those described on this page. Check back in October and November as program details and schedules for the 2016-2017 season are finalized. Any Regina Ski Club member may register for any trip at the Registration Night Sunday November 15 2015 6:30 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 - ...
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Saskatchewan Parasport Tour – Dream Relay
Don’t miss your chance to become part of Saskatchewan Parasport Tour – Dream Relay! This summer Saskatchewan para athletes will be crossing the province via several modes of physical activity transportation. The relay will start from Prince Albert June 7 in the evening, stopping in 9 communities and ending in Regina June 17.
Try the “Just Try It” events at various locations along the relay or volunteer to look after logistics, greet the participants or participate in the relay itself! At the end of the relay there will be a barbeque in the evening along Wascana Lake where we are looking for volunteers to help out. Don’t miss your chance to become part of a Saskatchewan adventure! Join the Saskatchewan Parasport Tour Dream Relay today and become part of a Saskatchewan Dream!!!
containing end-of-year stories from the 2015-2016 season, the “year of little snow”.
Gold Master Vic Anderson – Simone Hengen
Regina Biathlon Club – Merle Boyle
Nordic News – Laurie Roband
Fresh Snow at Bridger Bowl – Ray Wolfram
Remember the Regina Ski Club is now using MailChimp to distribute our newsletters, bulletins and other correspondence to our members.
Go to the RSC MailChimp archive to view past Sitzmark newsletters and bulletins that you may have missed. If you are a Ski Club member and are not receiving our newsletter via email, you can use the same page to join our mailing list.
2017 Jackrabbit Toque Design Winner Announced
Each year each Jackrabbit in Canada is given an adorable toque.
The winner of the 2016/17 design contest is 9-year-old Eva Parr of Pasadena Ski & Nature Park in Newfoundland.
Bridger Bowl Alpine Trip a Success
The final major ski club event of the
Wednesday Night Race Wind Up
Thanks to all those who came out for the Wednesday Nighter Wind Up.
Ruth Chambers was the lucky winner of the poles donated by Fresh Air Experience.
Thanks to everyone who participated or volunteered this season. See you all next year!
Bunnyrabbit / Jackrabbit
A beautiful day in Regina for Jackrabbit windup! Plus 13 on March 13th!
Jackrabbits played soccer, “giant-ball” four square, tug-a-war while the Bunnyrabbits played British Bulldog and Duck-Duck-Goose.
Thank you all rabbits, coaches, volunteers and gift sponsors for making this event a success!
Sit Skier Kurt Oatway
Kurt Oatway is a disabled sit skier who was introduced to Adaptive Skiing in 2010 with the Regina Alpine Adaptive Ski program.
He won the World Cup Crystal Globe by winning three of the four sit downhills this season. He was also second overall in the Giant Slalom.
For more details on Kurt’s award see:
Regina Alpine Adaptive Ski Program Member Takes World Cup Championship
and Oatway and Marcoux Capture Downhill Crystal Globes.
Nordic Trip to Duck Mountain
The March 5 Nordic trip to Duck Mountain, our last of the season, was a great success. There was plenty of freshly-groomed snow and bright sunlight, although temperatures around zero made waxing a bit tricky.
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!