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2017 Canadian Voyageur Canoe BrigadesClub InformationEdmonton
Large Canoe Brigades in big canoes celebrating Canada in 2017. From Sea to Sea to Sea.
670 Collective Mountain Bike ClubClub InformationMedicine Hat
670 Collective Mountain Bike Club is a IMBA/ABA affiliated non-profit organization located in Medicine Hat, AB. Riders of 670 build and maintain sustainable trails, participate in weekly group rides, race across Western Canada, travel to popular mountain bike riding destinations and partake in various club social events.
Airdrie BMX AssociationClub InformationAirdrie
Alberta Downhill Racing AssociationClub InformationCalgary
Alberta Whitewater AssociationClub InformationLundbreck
Provincial governing body for kayak and closed deck canoe paddle sports in Alberta
Altius Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationCalgary
Aspen Primary Care NetworkClub InformationAthabasca
Banff Skating ClubClub InformationBanff
Banff Ski RunnersClub InformationCanmore
Cross Country Ski Club
Banff/Canmore Speed Skating ClubClub InformationCanmore
Battle of the Bridge Bouldering CompetitionClub InformationLethbridge
Bouldering Competition
Biathlon AlbertaClub InformationCalgary
Biathlon Alberta is the provincial governing body for the sport of Biathlon in Alberta.
Biathlonschool.comClub InformationCanmore
High performance club, designed to promote biathlon in Canada and to improve international performance level of Canadian athletes.
Big Rock RunnersClub InformationOkotoks
Bike Bros Cycling ClubClub InformationCochrane
We are a Cochrane AB based cycling club bringing together mountain and road cycling enthusiasts.
Bikehawks Mountain Bike ClubClub InformationGrande Prairie
Billy Loutit Triathlon CommitteeClub InformationAthabasca
Bow Valley Freestyle Ski ClubClub InformationCalgary
CFSA sanctioned Freestyle Ski Club
Bow Valley Riptides Swim ClubClub InformationCanmore
Bow Waters JackrabbitsClub InformationCalgary
The Bow Waters Jackrabbits is a family cross-country ski club with an emphasis on touring. At the heart of our program is our 10 Lesson schedule on Sunday mornings in Kananaskis Country or Canmore Nordic Centre. We also offer optional tours, hostel weekends, loppet participation and our annual Sports Day.
Bragg Creek PhysiotherapyClub InformationBragg Creek
Brooks Cross Country Ski ClubClub InformationLake Newell Resort
Calgary Alpine Racing ClubClub InformationCalgary
Calgary Bicycle Track LeagueClub InformationCalgary
Calgary Nordic Training GroupClub InformationCalgary
We promote Age Group/Masters sking and family participation in organized ski events. We focus on setting personal goals and achieving them. We want our members to find suitable levels of competition, while at the same time allowing them to aspire to the highest levels. The goal is for each of our members to succeed at their chosen level through the support of the coaches and other members.
Calgary Ski ClubClub InformationCalgary
The Calgary Ski Club is a recreational club for cross country and downhill skiing, as well as summer recreational activities. The Club hosts the annual Lake Louise Loppet and runs skier education programs and adult and Jackrabbits lessons.
Camrose Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationCamrose
The Camrose Ski Club is one of the oldest ski clubs in Canada, having been founded in 1911, by Scandinavian settlers. Today, the club is home to cross country skiing, biathlon, and luge. The club is affiliated with the University of Alberta, Camrose Campus. Skiers and biathletes compete at provincial, national, and international events. The club maintains the Stoney Creek Valley System and a trail system at the Camrose Golf Course. The trail systems accommodate both classic and skate. Come and enjoy the picturesque and well developed trail system in Camrose!
Canadian Association for Disabled Skiers - AlbertaClub InformationEdmonton
Canadian Birkebeiner SocietyClub InformationEdmonton
The Canadian Birkebeiner Society hosts the annual Canadian Birkebeiner Ski Festival every second Saturday in February. Since 1985, thousands of skiers have relived the legend of the Birchleg warriors, skiing 55 kilometres with a 5.5kg pack, as a symbol of the Norwegian child prince who was brought to safety by the Birchlegs in the winter of 1206. The Canadian Birkebeiner recreates the legend annually at Cooking Lake-Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area, 35 kilometres east of Edmonton. Birkebeiners can ski 55 km (with or without pack categories) or 31km starting at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, a historic site on Highway 16, through Elk Island National Park, to the Cooking Lake-Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area. It is a mass-start recreational loppet, and a wilderness "point-to-point" tour through rolling moraine, that can only be skied Birkie Day as the course traverses three different parks. There are also shorter loop distances of 13, 4, and 2.5 km starting and finishing at Waskehegan Staging Area. The Society runs learn to Loppet ski lessons in January to prepare first time, intermediate and advanced skiers for Birkie Day. Ski Trails are set throughout the winter by Provincial Parks staff and Birkebeiner volunteers.
Canadian Masters Alberta DivisionClub InformationCanmore
Canadian Masters Cross-Country Ski Association, Alberta
Canadian Orienteering FederationClub InformationCalagry
Canmore AvalancheClub InformationCanmore
Canmore Minor Soccer Association Representative Program
Canmore BiathlonClub InformationCanmore
Canmore Illusions Gymnastics Club Club InformationCanmore
The Canmore Illusions Gymnastics Club, in partnership with its members, exists to promote the sport of gymnastics by providing opportunities for all members to develop personal excellence and a lifelong love of the sport and fitness. Our mission provides our participants, of all ages and abilities, with quality instruction in gymnastics whereby they can achieve their potential in an environment that is built around camaraderie and is challenging and exciting, yet safe.
Canmore Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationCanmore
The Canmore Nordic Ski Club has been existence for more than 25 years. Its mission is to enhance the development of cross country skiing and biathlon in our community. We are fortunate to be located close to fantastic skiing at the Canmore Nordic Centre and nearby mountain parks. The Club hosts the annual Rocky Mountain Ski Challenge in March of each year.
Canmore Skating ClubClub InformationCanmore
We are dedicated to providing opportunities for anyone to “find their joy in skating”. A range of well developed skating related programs is available in response to the interests and needs of all levels and ages of skaters. With the state of the art facilities and equipment, Bow Valley is a hub for year round skating activity, attracting national and international skating abilities. We have a team of energetic volunteers, committed Board of Directors and high caliber coaches who are dedicated to the aspirations of each skater. In pursuit of personal fulfillment, our skaters discover the intrinsic values of our sport, learning lessons that serve them well as they travel through life.
Canmore Soccer CampsClub InformationCanmore
Summer soccer camps for children.
Capital Region Cross Country Ski SocietyClub InformationEdmonton
The Capital Region Training Group is a team of dedicated young cross country ski racers from various ski clubs in Central Alberta and the Edmonton region who want to train together on a regular basis; who are already training year round and have raced for at least a few years. While CRTG athletes race as CRTG Team members, they also proudly still race as representatives of their home clubs. Current team athletes are from clubs in Edson, St. Albert, Fort Saskatchewan, Camrose, and Edmonton. In addition to creating a supportive environment for young high performance athletes, the CRTG is also dedicated to supporting youth, club & coaching development in the Central Alberta.
Castle Mountain Freestyle Club Information
Castle Mountain Freestyle is CFSA sanctioned, non-profit freestyle ski club consisting of dedicated Coaches, Athletes and Parents.
Chinook Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationLethbridge
Chinook Nordic Ski Club was formed over Christmas 1998 by a couple of Lethbridge families with a strong desire to ski in an area where there's little snow and even less nordic ski culture. After a trial run we registered with CCA for the 1999-2000 season to access the jackrabbit program for our young members. We have graduated 4 skiers through the Jackrabbit program and now focus on Racing Rabbits and junior development skiing.
City of Grande Prairie Beat The Bear Club InformationGrande Prairie
Beat the Bear is a Duathlon race series (Run 3km, Bike 8km, Run 3km). A sprint race series that takes place over the course of 3 months. It’s simple - 3 events, 3 different courses, 1 location – South Bear Creek.
Coal BurnerClub InformationMedicine Hat
CODA's Canada Olympics Park Cross Country Ski ClubClub InformationCalgary
The COP Nordic club runs introductory instructional programs in cross country skiing. We run the jackrabbit program at Canada Olympic Park. Our primary focus is youth skill development.
Cold Lake Alpine Ski SocietyClub InformationCold Lake
Entry Level, U10/U12/U14/U16/U18 Skiers
Cross Country AlbertaClub InformationEdmonton
Cross Country CanadaClub InformationCanmore
Crowsnest Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationColeman
Recreational ski association that advocates for and helps to maintain the 31 kilometer trail system in Allison Chinook Recreation Area. Association website is
Crowsnest Pass Boys and Girls Club JackrabbitsClub InformationCrowsnest Pass
Crystal Ridge Nordic Ski Club Club InformationOkotoks
We are a recreational nordic ski club based out of the Crystal Ridge Golf Club in Okotoks.
Deadgoat RacingClub InformationCalgary
Devon Bicycle AssociationClub InformationDevon
Devon Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationDevon
We maintain 20km of classical trail and a short skating track with1.5 km of lit trail in Lions Park for night skiing. Visit our website at for more information.
Drayton Valley TriathlonClub InformationDrayton Valley
Dunvegan Nordic Ski and Cycle ClubClub InformationFairview
The Dunvegan Nordic Ski and Cycle Club is an informal group of enthusiastic skiers and cyclists based in Fairview, Alberta. Club volunteers groom classic and skating trails adjacent to the town, and in the beautiful Sand Hills Lake area to the west (snow permitting). Contact us if you are in the area, we'll give you a tour! In summer we ride all the local roads, and are developing some excellent off road trails.
DV100 Race or RideClub InformationDrayton Valley
Edmonton Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationEdmonton
The Edmonton Nordic Ski Club was formed in the mid-'70s and currently has over 800 members. ENSC has been the primary developer of the Nordic ski facility in Goldbar and Goldstick Parks, and is currently developing a Nordic / Biathlon facility in Strathcona Science Park, just outside the city of Edmonton. Goldbar/Goldstick Parks offer a 10km lit loop for night skiing, one of the longest in Canada. The club offers programs for beginning, intermediate and advanced recreational and competitive skiers including Jackrabbits, teen groups and adults lessons .
Edmonton Road and Track ClubClub InformationEdmonton
ERTC Membership includes certified coaching and training program development, fitness assessment, nutritional advice, goal planning, club newsletters, Alberta Bicycle Association (ABA) insurance, access to the Tuesday Night Race series, and access to all group training rides. By signing this membership form you are agreeing to adhere to club guidelines including those specific to volunteering and the ABA racing program. Collection of the following personal information is for the sole purpose of the operation of the ERTC. A list of the member names will be provided to the ABA. This information will otherwise not be provided to any third-party without prior consent of the member. The names of ERTC members (but not contact information) will also be shared with our major sponsor, Revolution Cycle, in order to receive special discount pricing. A complete membership application and payment in full (refundable) must be submitted before joining ERTC group rides.
Evolve Ski and Snowboard Cross Club Club InformationCanmore
Ski and Snowboard Cross Club
Fast and FemaleClub InformationCanmore
Fast and Female
Fast Trax Run & Ski ClubClub InformationEdmonton
Fast Trax Nordic Team taking part in Alberta Cups, Canada Cups and the Alberta Loppet Series.
Foothills Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationCalgary
The Foothills Nordic Ski Club (FNSC) is an active club in Calgary. Incorporated in 1964, FNSC has a long history of touring, back country skiing, staging major events, organizing programs and developing elite cross-country and biathlon athletes.
Foothills Wanderers Orienteering ClubClub InformationCalgary
Orienteering races and training in Southern Alberta
Fort McMurray Ski ClubClub InformationFort McMurray
Fort Saskatchewan Ski ClubClub InformationFort Saskatchewan
Fort Sask Nordic Ski Club promotes and provides opportunities for participation in Cross Country Skiing in Fort Saskatchewan for residents and families. Our family friendly atmosphere provides learning opportunities for all ages, abiities and interests.
Fortress Alpine Ski TeamClub InformationCalgary
Forza Velo Cycling ProductionsClub InformationCanmore
Grand Cru SocietyClub InformationCalgary
Grande Cache Nordic Club Information
Grande Prairie Run/Walk ClubClub InformationGrande Prairie
Running and Walking Club promoting physical activity within Grande Prairie and surrounding area
Grande Prairie WheelersClub InformationGrande Prairie
Road, mountain and fat biking club for Grande Prairie and surrounding area
Grizzly EventsClub InformationCalgary
Hardisty Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationHardisty
Hawk Ridge Cross Country Ski ClubClub InformationCalgary
Hinton Nordic SkiersClub InformationHinton
The Hinton Nordic Skiers operate out of the Hinton Nordic Centre. Just 14 km north on highway 40 (3km west of Hinton)
Innisfail Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationInnisfail
Jasper Cross Country Ski ClubClub InformationJasper
Cross Country Ski Club
Jasper Ski ClubClub InformationJasper
Alpine Sking Racing Club for 6-14 year olds located at Mrmot Basin, Jasper, Alberta
Juventus Cycling ClubClub InformationEdmonton
Kananaskis Alpine Ski TeamClub InformationCalgary
The Kananaskis Alpine Ski Team delivers development high performance programs for K2 athletes from the Calgary area. We work in partnership with the other Nakiska Alpine Ski Association member clubs to provide a complete alpine development pathway for athletes age 4-20.
Kikino Northern Lights Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationKikino
Kronos Triathlon ClubClub InformationCalgary
Lake Louise Black Dogs Ski ClubClub InformationCalgary
Lake Louise Grizzlies Ski ClubClub InformationCanmore
NGSL club
Lake Louise Race Ski ClubClub InformationCanmore
U14, U16, U18
Lakeland Cross Country Ski ClubClub InformationSt. Paul
Leading Edge Running Club Ltd.Club InformationSt. Albert
Lifesport Racing Team Ski ClubClub InformationCanmore
We are a club for the independant skiers affliated with the Lifesport ski shop in Calgary. Our members range from Canadian Champions and World Cup racers to local loppet skiers. Most of the team is made up of Masters racers who enjoy competing in both local loppets and World Loppets. This season we plan to race in the Canadian and American Birkebeiners.
Momentum CyclingClub InformationBragg Creek
Road & Mountain Biking Cycling Coaching
Mount Allen Ski TeamClub InformationCalgary
The Mount Allen Ski Team delivers development high performance programs for KD athletes from the Calgary area. We work in partnership with the other Nakiska Alpine Ski Association member clubs to provide a complete alpine development pathway for athletes age 4-20.
Muskeg FlyersClub InformationEdson
The Muskeg Flyers Nordic Ski Club promotes cross country skiing opportunities in the Edson Area. The Club grooms and maintains 30 kilometers of trails at the Hornbeck Cross Country Ski Area. We organize a Loppet every year at the Hornbeck Trails. We have a few social gatherings during the ski season. The Club also has an active mountain touring contingent, and has avalanche safety equipment available for members to use. The Muskeg Flyers are an excellent source of information about skiing opportunities and conditions in the West Central Alberta area. We have meetings once per month during the ski season. Our fees are low, and our structure very informal. Joining the Muskeg Flyers supports cross country skiing and cross country ski trails in the Edson area.
National Alpine Training CentreClub InformationCalgary
The National Alpine Training Centre delivers development high performance programs for FIS athletes from the Calgary area. We work in partnership with the other Nakiska Alpine Ski Association member clubs to provide a complete alpine development pathway for athletes age 4-20.
Nitehawk Alpine Ski TeamClub InformationGrande Prairie, AB
Alpine Racing
Nuovo Nord Cycling ClubClub InformationEdmonton
Onoway JackrabbitsClub InformationONOWAY
The Onoway Jackrabbit Club operates out of Onoway Elementary School.
Orienteering CanadaClub InformationCalgary
Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy Avalanche Ski TeamClub InformationCanmore
a varsity ski team for new Canadian students and others at OLS
Paskapoo Alpine Racing TeamClub InformationCalgary
The Paskapoo Ski Club delivers development high performance programs for K1 athletes from the Calgary area. We work in partnership with the other Nakiska Alpine Ski Association member clubs to provide a complete alpine development pathway for athletes age 4-20.
Pembina Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationDrayton Valley
Ptarmigan Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationFort McMurray
The Ptarmigan Nordic Ski Club promotes winter outdoor activity in Fort McMurray through cross-country skiing. Most of the Club's activities take place on 20 km of groomed trails in the Birchwood Trail System in the Conn Creek valley. The Club provides all winter trail grooming on a volunteer basis and is actively involved in maintaining and preserving the Conn valley as an intra-city wilderness area. The Club also manages a log ski cabin at the trailhead. The Ptarmigan Nordic Ski Club welcomes novice and advanced skiers and provides lessons for children and adults.
Rabbit Hill Ski ClubClub InformationEdmonton
Rabbit Hill Ski Club offers ski racing programs for athletes ages 4 through 17. The club started in 1978 and is still running strong today! We are part of a growing youth ski community in Edmonton and Northern Alberta.
Red Deer Ski ClubClub InformationRed Deer
Red Rock UnionClub InformationMedicine Hat
Ride52Club InformationCalgary
Ride52 Cycling Club was founded in 2014 to promote and encourage all aspects of cycling in Calgary, Alberta and draws its members from around the local area. Our members compete in all aspects of the sport: road racing, criterium, time trialing, cyclo-cross, track cycling, granfondos and mountain biking. We also have a very active social side that encourages participation in club rides, and club nights. We cater for all levels of ability and all we ask is that you are of average fitness and can cycle an average of 29km/h. The Club provides a full calendar of racing events on the road through our affiliations to the ABA and during the summer we promote weekly evening rides on local courses ranging in distance.
Rocky Mountain House Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationRocky Mountain House
Growing local club based at the Pine Hills Golf Course. Active Jackrabbit program. 6 km of trails for classic and skating. Visitors Welcome.
Rocky Mountain Jackrabbit Ski ClubClub Information
Since 1988 the Rocky Mountain Jackrabbit Ski Club has offered a family-oriented, volunteer-run, jackrabbit ski program to teach children, 4-14 years of age, cross country ski skills. Sessions occur on Sunday afternoons, 1:00 to 3:00 p.m., from January to March, at various venues including the Canmore Nordic Centre and Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in Kananaskis Country.
Rocky Mountain RacersClub InformationCalgary
Rocky Mountain Racers (RMR) is a high performance club for athletes in cross country skiing and biathlon. The club retains professional coaches on a year round basis to provide comprehensive training and support programs for the athletes. Our goal is to contribute athletes for Canada's national teams and help this country compete with the world. Our Head Coach is John Jaques and assistant coach is Luke McGurk.
Rundle Mountain Cycling ClubClub InformationCanmore
Skimeisters Alpine Race ClubClub InformationCalgary
The Skimeisters Alpine Race Club delivers development high performance programs for Nancy Greene athletes from the Calgary area. We work in partnership with the other Nakiska Alpine Ski Association member clubs to provide a complete alpine development pathway for athletes age 4 and up.
Smoky River NordicClub InformationGrande Cache
Snow Valley Alpine Ski ClubClub InformationEdmonton
Span RacingClub InformationCalgary
A masters level cycling team focused on Southern Alberta road and cross racing, and Gran Fondos.
Speed TheoryClub InformationCalgary
Spin SistersClub InformationCalgary
A women's mountain biking club for Calgary and area participants.
St. Albert Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationSt. Albert
The St. Albert Nordic Ski Club (SANSC) is a family oriented nordic ski club. We offer a vaiety of childrens programs, adult lessons, and fun social activities. Send us an e-mail, give us a call or just come out on the trails in Kingswood Park or River Lot 56 to enjoy some kick and glide.
St. Albert Triathlon AssociationClub InformationSt. Albert
Organizes the St. Albert Kids of Steel Triathlon
Strathcona Nordic Ski Club (inactive)Club InformationSherwood Park
Recreational and competitive skiing for families and youth. Ski at Strathcona Wilderness Centre (Strathcona County) and Gold Bar Park (Edmonton). Youth racing team coached by NCCP and CANSI instructors.
Strathcona Wilderness CentreClub InformationSherwood Park
The Strathcona Wilderness Centre offers over 12 kilometers of cross country ski trails, a modern pine lodge for overnight accommodations, and family oriented special events and learn to ski programs for children, adults, schools, and community groups. The Centre is located only 16 km east of Sherwood Park; the Centre can be reached within 45 minutes from downtown Edmonton. Use GPS co-ordinates: N 53º 31.957' W 112º 59.964' 12 km cross country ski trails are groomed for classic skiing, of which 10 km are also groomed for skate skiing. On the Multi-Purpose trail, walking and snowshoeing are also permitted. Cross country skis and snowshoes for children and adults are available for on-site rental. For toddlers, try a kinder shuttle or baby glider to pull behind you. Looking for ski buddies? The Centre is the home of the Strathcona Nordic Ski Club. Join this fun oriented ski club to meet new friends, improve your ski technique and fitness, and participate in the Canadian Birkebeiner and other loppetts. Ski teams and individuals are welcome to make the Centre your regular training site. Talk to us about hosting dryland and on-snow training camps, time trails and events. Explore for our current program guide, school enrichment programs, maps and photos of the Centre. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Sturgeon River Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationEdmonton
Skating and classical trails along the Sturgeon River north of Edmonton and south of Bon Accord.
Sundre Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationSundre
Sunridge Ski ClubClub InformationEdmonton
Sunshine Alpine RacersClub InformationCalgary
Synergy Racing Cycle ClubClub InformationCalgary
Grassroots cycling club focussed on road, track (velodrome), cyclocross and mountain bike racing in Alberta.
Team LokiClub InformationCalgary
A group of mischevious fun loving x-country ski racers' and their families!
The Norseman Ski ClubClub InformationCalgary
We are a recreational nordic club with around 300 members, offering member co-ordinated day and overnight tours from Early November to April.The majority of our trips are on the groomed trails of Kananaskis and Banff, we also have a small (25-30) group who are very active backcountry skiers.
Trail Sports Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationCanmore
Located at the Canmore Nordic Centre, site of the Nordic Skiing events of the 1988 Olympic Winter Games and World Cup Mountain Bike (1998, 1999 and 2000), Trail Sports serves all your cross country skiing and mountain biking needs. Canmore Nordic Centre is a short 5 minute drive from downtown Canmore, near Banff in the beautiful Canadian Rockies.
TransRockies Race SeriesClub InformationCalgary
U. of C. Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationCalgary
Operated through the University of Calgary Outdoor Program Centre - open to all public - , this club's main focus is our Jack Rabbit program. Our instructors, besides being the most enthusiastic and fun people around, have Jackrabbit and/or CANSI leader certification.
University of Alberta - Augustana Vikings NordicClub InformationCamrose
UROC United Riders of CrowsnestClub InformationBlairmore
Valley Alpine Ski ClubClub InformationAlliance
Vermilion Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationVermilion
Formed in 1976, the Vermilion Nordic Ski Club is based out of the extensively renovated and relocated CN Station. The trail system is groomed for both classic and skating and is north facing so it holds the snow well. Vermilion has the honour of being the home club of three time Olympian Beckie Scott, the first North American female cross country skier to win an Olympic Gold medal. We have an active Jackrabbit program as well as a junior race program. Our main annual event is the Beckie Scott loppet.
Wabasca Cross Country Ski ClubClub InformationWabasca
Wapiti Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationGrande Prairie
The Wapiti Nordic Ski Club ( WNSC) offers low cost, family fun, just minutes from Grande Prairie, Alberta. Take a deep breath of crisp clean Peace Country air and enjoy cross country skiing on our 50+ kilometres of groomed trails.
Westcastle Ski ClubClub InformationCalgary
Westlock Nordic Ski ClubClub InformationWestlock
Recreational ski club setting trails at the Westlock Golf Course and in town.
Whitecourt Nordic RangersClub InformationWhitecourt
XC Bragg CreekClub InformationBragg Creek
xc bragg creek is a cross country ski club guided by three beliefs: 1. Every child can learn to ski skilfully (Technical Proficiency) 2. Going fast on skis is fun (Physical Fitness) 3. Skiing is fun and challenging (Personal Development). xc bragg creek co-hosts the Alberta Youth Championships in March 2013. xc bragg creek skis at the West Bragg Ski Trails in Kananaskis Country.
XC World Cup SocietyClub InformationCanmore
As a non-profit Corporation organized and operated for charitable, educational, and recreational purposes, and in furtherance thereof and for no other purpose, X-C World Cup Society shall: Plan, organize, and stage cross country ski races at the World Cup levels, in the Province of Alberta Promote the sport of cross country skiing throughout Alberta Support the staging of other regional and local cross country ski races, and where appropriate plan, organize, and stage these races Support the development of Cross Country Skiing Officials in conjunction with Cross Country Alberta
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