Club News

Calabogie Sapling Session 

$100 CAD

Dec 29-30, 2018

 

To register for this session visit: https://freestyleontario.ski/saplingsessions/

  • DAY 1 9:00-11:30am ON SNOW; 11:30-12:30 LUNCH (bring your own); 12:30-3:00pm ON SNOW

  • DAY 2 9:00-11:30am ON SNOW; 11:30-12:30 LUNCH (bring your own); 12:30-3:00pm FUN SKILLS SHOWCASE!

 

Sapling Sessions are Freestyle Ontario’s series of regional “freestyle” skiing clinics held across the province. They focus on introducing young skiers to the fun and excitement that Freestyle Skiing has to offer. Our program aims to introduce and build skiing skills in the terrain park, half-pipe and moguls. The suggested age is 7 and up who want to improve their freestyle skills and have a blast while doing it. 

 

If any of the following apply to you (or the person you are looking on behalf of), register for our upcoming sessions during the holiday break! 

  • You want to learn how to slide a box or rail, hit jumps, or fly through moguls but don’t know how!

  • You want to learn from Ontario’s best coaches and athletes

  • You’re looking for a way to try out Freestyle Skiing

  • You want to hone in on your skills and take it to the next step

  • You want to be part of Ontario's best youth event series!

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The Comp Team

 

Last year was a great year for the comp team. Two of our athletes competed at the Canada Cup event at our home hill, Calabogie Peaks.

 
In addition to the Canada Cup, we sent our competitive team to all of the Ontario Timber Tour events. Four athletes earned enough points to be invited to the 2018 Canadian Junior Nationals - they traveled to Apex Resort in Penticton, BC, and competed in moguls, dual moguls and aerials ...WOW!

 

What a season to build on this year.

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Ramps were great this summer as well, from under 10s to teenagers we had a great turn out to our four ramp camps this year. This is a safe team building activity that prepares freestyle skiers for future difficult tricks on the snow. Safety first!