Events & Trips

EVENT SCHEDULES BY PROGRAM

The Regina Ski Club has many programs, each conducting many events of its own and participating in events hosted by others, such as competitive races within Saskatchewan. These schedules are posted on the respective program pages along with the details of those programs. In some cases, more comprehensive schedules are posted on the websites of provincial skiing organizations.
Check the table below for links to these web pages:

RSC Program Webpage Program or Provincial Website
Alpine Adaptive Ski Program  
Alpine (downhill) Racing Regina Alpine Ski Club (RART and Nancy Greene)
Alpine Trips  
Biathlon Biathlon Saskatchewan
Bunnyrabbits and Jackrabbits  
Nordic (cross-country) Lessons  
Nordic Race Team Cross Country Saskatchewan
Nordic Trips  
Wednesday Night Races  

GENERAL EVENTS BY DATE

The RSC also has a few key events not associated with individual programs. These include a trail cleanup day, registration night, a ski swap sponsored by the Ski Patrol, and an end-of-year social and annual general meeting. These are described below.

FUTURE EVENTS BY DATE 2017-2018 Season

Events for the 2017-2018 season will be posted here once plans are finalized, likely in October and November. We anticipate most events to be similar to the past events listed below.

PAST EVENTS BY DATE 2016-2017 Season

OCTOBER 2016

White Butte Trails Cleanup Sunday October 30, 2016

Volunteers are needed for the annual fall trail clean-up day at White Butte Trails, scheduled for Sunday, October 30, 2016 from 10 am till about 2 pm.

Please gather at the WBT trailhead at 9:30 so crews can be organized. Most of the clipping is overhead stuff, so small hand clippers will be of limited use. Longer poll clippers are most useful.

A barbeque will follow at the hut near the trailhead. The food is supplied by the club.
Watch this website for any changes due to weather at the last minute.

trail crew hard at work

NOVEMBER 2016

Ski Swap and Sale November 4-5 2016

Our friends the Canadian Ski Patrol System, Qu’Appelle Zone will hold their annual Ski Swap and Sale November 4 and 5 at Campbell Collegiate in Regina. This is your opportunity to buy reasonably-priced alpine or nordic 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.)

Location: Campbell Collegiate 102 Massey Road
Register your equipment for sale: Fri Nov 4 6:30-9:00 pm
Sale: Sat Nov 5 9:00 am-4:30 pm (Closed for Mark-Downs 12:30-1:30)

Details Here
…or see the Facebook event
Canadian Ski Patrol
Qu’Appelle Zone SKI SWAP

Registration Social and Trip Sign-Up Sunday November 6 2016

The Regina Ski Club will hold its annual Registration Social on Sunday November 6th 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, lessons and/or racing programs.
Free coffee, juice and snacks.

Cathedral Neighborhood Center
2900 13th Ave at Retallack St

Duck Mountain Nordic Trip

Alpine Adaptive Ski Program Steak Night Tuesday November 8 2016

Support the Regina Ski Club’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 gord.poulton@sasktel.net

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

Alpine Adaptive skiers and friends

DECEMBER 2016

Canada 150 New Years Eve Celebrations Saturday December 31 2016

The City of Regina is kicking off Canada 150 celebrations with a New Years Eve celebration from noon to 5:30 PM December 31. Free events will be held indoors and out at the Saskatchewan Science Center, the Conexus Art Center and the Marina, with free shuttle busses every 15 minutes between these venues.

The Regina Ski Club is joining the celebrations fully! All of our groups and programs, from jackrabbits to biathlon and everything in between, will be present from 1 to 4 PM at the Science Centre. Activities will include:

  • Kids and adult demo skis available to try
  • Groomed ski trails for skate and classic skiing
  • Just-for-fun loppet event
  • Info and registration table
  • Activities for kids
  • Hot chocolate

For more information, see Countdown to Canada 150 New Year’s Eve Facebook event or visit the Canada 150 page on the City of Regina website.

RSC Nordic Racers at Canada 150

MARCH 2017

Regina Ski Club Wind-up Social and AGM Sunday March 5 2017

Join us for the Regina Ski Club year-end windup social, potluck supper and AGM.
The location is the Regina Wildlife Federation Recreation Center, as in recent years.
• Drop off your potluck dish at the clubhouse any time after 3:30 PM.
• Enjoy a ski (conditions permitting):
… A groomed trail from the RWF parking lot takes you to the White Butte Trails.
• The potluck supper begins at 5:30 PM.
• The Annual General Meeting begins at 6:30 PM.

The RWF Recreation Center is located roughly 2 miles (1.6 km) east of Pilot Butte on Range Road 2182. It can be accessed from the north via Sask Highway 46 or from the south via the TransCanada Highway.

Please note the detour for bypass construction is still in effect when approaching from the TransCanada. You must take the well-marked detour at Range Road 2185, aka the “gravel pit road”, a full mile west of the usual turnoff to Pilot Butte at highway 624. The detour takes you north a short distance, then meanders eastward a mile to highway 624. Keep going straight east through that intersection. The detour will then take you southeast to the north service road next to the TransCanada. Continue east 2 miles (3.2 km), then turn left at the RWF directional sign on range road 2182 and drive north until you see the entrance to RWF on your right.

You can also take a more straightforward route along highway 46 east from the north end of Regina, then turn south on range road 2182.

trail from RWF to WBT

trail from RWF to WBT - when there is snow


directions to RWF with detour

directions to RWF with detour


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