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Skimeisters Alpine Racing Club

The U10 program is a program that focuses on forming the foundation and initiating the game of ski racing. Athletes learn the Skier Essentials and the basic rules of ski racing. With an increase in volume of our double day (Saturday and Sunday) program or our single day program (Saturday or Sunday), coaches instill a love of the sport by utilizing various race training environments. 


Athletes focus on the slalom (SL) and giant slalom (GS) disciplines while still refining the carve through free skiing and play on skis. Coaches introduce the kinder kombi (KK) event in preparation for one KK race start per season. The focus of each day is rooted in fun while ensuring each athlete learns the Alpine Skier Responsibility Code. 


Parents drop their athletes off with coaches in the morning, pick them up for lunch and drop them back off for their afternoon session.

Who: Athletes born in 2012, 2013, and 2014.

Prerequisites: Athletes must be comfortable riding the Gold Chair at Nakiska and must be able to ski from the top of the Gold Chair at Nakiska to the base area lodge. 

Please note: you can register for our program mid-season if your athlete needs some additional time in ski school prior to joining ski club. Email us at anytime throughout the season for details at info@skinasa.org.

When: Saturday pre-season dryland training. Saturday and Sunday, full day, on-snow program or single, full day programming for those looking for less commitment.

Time: Group departs for chairlift at 9:00 am and returns for a parented lunch at 11:30 am. Group reconvenes at 12:15 pm for their afternoon session and finishes their day by 3:00 pm.

Start: On-snow program starts the weekend of December 4, 2021.

New Athlete Assessment: For all new athletes to our program, we will be hosting a new athlete assessment 1/2 day at Nakiska on the weekend of November 27, 2021. Exact schedule TBC.

Days Off: There is no skiing on December 25 and 26, 2021 and January 1 and 2, 2022 for Christmas break. There is also no training on February 12 and 13, 2022 for the Family Day long weekend. 

Christmas Camp: We will be offering add-on, mid-week training over the Christmas school break. Details to follow in the fall.

Wearmouth Cup: All U10 athletes participate together in the Wearmouth Cup on Saturday, March 26, 2022.

Finish: Program finishes the weekend of April 9, 2022.

Team Fees:

  • Single Day U10: This program is full for the 2021/22 season.

  • Double Day U10: This program is full for the 2021/22 season.

Additional Fees: Approximately $135 per athlete Alberta Alpine Membership Fee, $40 per parent for Alberta Alpine Membership Fee and $106 per family for NASA Family Membership Fee. Alberta Alpine Membership Fees are still TBC and subject to change.

Fees Not Included in Program: Equipment, Lift Ticket, Race Entry Fees.

Refund Options: Please link to our refund policy.

Volunteer/Fundraising Commitment: Please review our  Volunteer Policy. There is no fundraising commitment.

Race Starts: U10 athletes will participate in approximately 3 weekend races, depending on the Alberta Alpine South Zone race schedule. All U10 athletes will also participate in the NASA House League.

Add-on Programs

Sunshine Training

Spend one weekend per month with your training group at Sunshine. Must have been in our program for at least one season prior to registering for the Sunshine add-on. Registration for this program will be released in the fall to registered members.


Winsport Training

Add an extra evening of skiing per week at Winsport starting in January. Session runs Wednesdays (weather dependent). On hill skiing is scheduled from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Open to all U10 athletes. Registration for this program will be released in the fall to registered members.