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Coach Our Young Skiers!

Inspire a young skier today

Are you interested in voluteering your time as a coach to inspire, motivate and teach our young skiers?

The RSC Bunny and Jackrabbits are gearing up for our 2016 season and are looking for more coaches. Cross Country Sask sets up coaching clinics. The next Intro to Community Coaching Course will be held December 18 from 7 to 10 pm and the 19th from 9am to 5pm at the Riverpark Centre in Lumsden.
Cost is $30 for the course.

To register or for more information on the course
please email Alana Ottenbreit or phone 306-780-9240.
If you would like to coach please email Julie Zepp Rutledge or phone 306-757-2014.

Nordic Lessons Plans for 2015-16

Two sets of cross-country ski classes are offered again this year:

The 5 lesson package beginning January 12 will suit those who are skiing confidently and wish to improve their technique for a variety of terrain situations. The Introductory classes provide a 90 minute lesson in the basics to get you started.

Private lessons are also available.

Nordic freestyle skiing technique

All lesson types and how to register are described on our Nordic Lessons page.

Wednesday Night Race Plans

The Regina Ski Club plans plans to continue Wednesday Night Races in Regina again this season. These are fun training races open to all interested RSC members, regardless of age or ability. The style (classic or freestyle), race format, and location varies from week to week.

Science Centre Trail - one location for Wednesday Night Races

Science Centre Trails

Races will be held each Wednesday from December 9th to March 2nd, weather and snow conditions permitting. An overall description of the program may be found on our Wednesday Night Races webpage. Details of each race, including any postponement or cancellation, will be posted on the RSC Facebook Page prior to each race day.

Nordic Race Schedule Announced for 2015-16

SaskCup racers Sturgeon River 2014

This year our nordic racing program is being coordinated by Lisa Morrison, with coaches Phyllis Bend, Ruth Chambers, and Laurie Weiman. The racing schedule for the coming season has been announced.

Learn more about the nordic race program and view the 2015-16 schedule on our
Nordic Race Team page.
Further details can be found on
the Cross Country Saskatchewan web site.

Another Return to Red Lodge Alpine Trip Planned

Once again the Regina Ski Club has arranged the ever-popular springtime alpine ski and snowboard bus trip to Red Lodge Montana.

One low price includes bus transportation,
3 day lift ticket, 4 nights hotel, and group functions.

Take a look at all the features on
our Alpine Trips page, then register.
This trip has sold out the past two years.

The Palisades at Red Lodge

Alpine Adaptive 2015-16 Schedule Announced

Alpine Adaptive Skiing

The Regina Alpine Adaptive Ski Program believes all people have a right to participate in Alpine Skiing. We have adaptive ski equipment for many types of disability, and our instructors have specialized training and certification through the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS).

Learn more about the program and view the 2015-16 schedule on our
Alpine Adaptive Ski Program page.

Jackrabbits 2013

Jackrabbit Registration is Open

Bunnyrabbits and Jackrabbits are programs for skiers aged 3 to 10 and their parents to learn to cross-country ski while having lots of fun.

Learn all about the program and how to register on our Bunnyrabbits and Jackrabbits page.

Biathlon Program and Schedule for 2015-2016

Biathlon Regina will continue to be a family-oriented community biathlon club.

We continue to make full use of the shooting ranges at the Regina Wildlife Federation and the adjoining ski trails at White Butte, well-maintained by the Regina Ski Club.
We will offer orientation, firearm arms safety courses, coaches’ training, and access to training camps and races.

Biathlon Sask Provincials 2015

For details and the 2015-2016 schedule, see the RSC Biathlon page.

Nordic Trip Schedule for 2015-2016

The RSC has finalized its schedule of Nordic trips for the coming season. Join us for day trips, weekend getaways, and/or our four-day trip to the Rockies at Canmore. All ages and abilities of skier are welcome to participate.

For the schedule and details on how to register, see our Nordic Trips page.

Nordic Ski Trips

Membership Registration for 2015-2016 Ski Season is open.

You may now purchase your membership to the Regina Ski Club for the 2015-2016 Ski Season. You can register online via the Zone4 website, or you may download and mail a printable membership registration form.

To see a list of some of the benefits of membership, and for details of how to join,
please see our Membership – Join page.

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!