Rabbit Hill Ski Club

Rabbit Hill Ski Club is a non-profit volunteer organization offering high quality competitive ski racing for all ages. We offer a wide variety of training and racing options, in a season that runs from November to April. Come visit our club house at the base of the T-bar, where we foster a sense of team in a fun and competitive environment, while developing a lifelong love of the sport. Get involved in a sport where no one sits on the bench!  Contact Rabbit Hill Ski Club for registration information and more details at www.rabbithillalpine.com.

Riders on Board

Riders on Board is a non-profit snowboard club that offers freestyle basics and competitive programs for all riders. Riders will develop and progress their freestyle snowboarding skills with coaches that emphasize fun and fundamentals. For more information and registration details visit www.ridersonboard.com.

Parkland Racers Ski Club

Whether or recreational skier or an aspiring Olympian, the Parkland Racers Ski Club offers alpine skiing programs that may suit your child.  The alpine ski racing programs inspire young athletes to create a love for alpine skiing that will last a life time, through goal setting, mental and physical development and promotion of good sportsmanship while reaching each athlete’s personal best under direction of mature, highly qualified coaches in an organized and positive learning environment. For more information on registration and club details, please call 780-905-8667 or visit www.parklandracers.ca.

C.A.D.S

The Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing is a volunteer based organization having as its main objective, assisting individuals with a disability to lead richer and fuller lives through active participation in recreational and competitive snow skiing and snowboarding.We are a national organization with 1130 disabled members and 1900 able-bodied volunteers from all regions of Canada, committed to the idea that "skiing is fun for everyone".
 
The CADS organization has touched thousands of individuals, both on and off the slopes in its over 30 year history.
 
CADS also supports the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) which states that parties recognize that a mentally or physically disabled child should enjoy a full and decent life, in conditions which ensure dignity, promote self-reliance and facilitate the child’s active participation in the community.
 
For more information on the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing please call 780-427-8104 or visit www.cadsalberta.ca or www.disabledskiing.ca.