Development Level Program

For older kids who have completed the Entry Level Program, or for those who haven’t but would like to get involved in competitive alpine ski racing, we offer a full set of BC Alpine sponsored and FIS sanctioned programs starting at 12 years old.

Our U14, for ages 12-13, and the U16, ages 14-15, programs are aimed at proficient young skiers who want to pursue racing.

Our new U18 program is an extension of our U16 program, for young skiers aged 16 to 17, who wish to continue training and racing with Mount Seymour without the commitment and cost associated with international FIS level.

The focus is on a higher level of skiing and coaching with skiers spending more hours on the snow. Training takes place on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. As well the athletes are given the opportunity to participate in regular races offered at a variety of mountains in British Columbia.

Training at this level is more frequent and more demanding than the Entry Level Program, but the coaching staff strives to maintain the fun factor. Our U14 / U16 Head Coach Peter Krasula was competitive at the World Cup level and has a great rapport with kids in the program. Coaches encourage students to grow individually and gain confidence in their racing ability. Race results are recorded through the ski season and the race season culminates in the final provincial races.

Our racers join their team mates in overnight trips to the various race venues under the care of our coaches. Skiers are encouraged to practice self discipline, understand the value of personal growth and enjoy skiing all under the watchful eyes of caring skilled coaches.

Coaching fees do not include race costs or lift passes.

U14 Coaching Fees

Early Bird Fee

$1450yearly
  • Until November 30th

Regular Fee

$1570yearly
  • After November 30th

U16 / U18 Coaching Fees

Early Bird Fee

$1640yearly
  • Until November 30th

Regular Fee

$1770yearly
  • After November 30th

Notes:

Coaching fees are for the base program only and do not include the membership fee (ACA insurance), camps, race entries and race associated costs.

Early bird pricing ends November 30th. All membership dues must be payed on or before this date in order to qualify for the discount.

Dry Land Training

Dry land training runs three times a week September-November. U12+ athletes should consider dry land mandatory unless you are participating in another high level sport. Off season training is very important for athletic development and will help to prevent on snow injuries. There are no additional fees for dry land but you must be a member in good standing to attend.

Apex Training Camp | December 2-7, 2016

Quality early season training in Apex in a camp format. Athletes travel and lodge with coaches and chaperones for the duration of the camp.

Early Season Training | Various Dates

There will be a number of early season training days on Whistler while we wait for Seymour to open. These days are optional and do come with additional coaching fees (pass + transport cost). Registered members: please keep an eye on your inbox and the club calendar for more info and dates.

U14 Mount Washington: Coast Zone Race | January 21 -22, 2017

Whistler Speed Camp | TBD

U14 Cypress: Coast Zone Race| March 4-5, 2017

U14 Provincials at Big White| March 17-19, 2017

Mount Washington: Coast Zone Finals | April 1-2, 2017

Whistler Cup | April 14-16,2017

Whistler Spring Skiing | Various Dates

So Seymour has closed for the season but you still want to ski? Join us in Whistler! These days are optional and do come with additional coaching fees (pass + transport cost). Registered members: please keep an eye on your inbox and the club calendar for more info and dates.

Summer Glacier Camp | Dates TBD

More info coming soon.

Dry Land Training

Dry land training runs two times a week June-July. U12+ athletes should consider dry land mandatory unless you are participating in another high level sport. Off season training is very important for athletic development and will help to prevent on snow injuries. There are no additional fees for dry land but you must be a member in good standing to attend.

MSSC AGM | Date TBD

Not for the kids but for the parents. Come out and see how the club is doing both on snow and on the ledger, elect the executive, and voice your comments or concerns.

Dry Land Training

Dry land training runs three times a week September-November. U12+ athletes should consider dry land mandatory unless you are participating in another high level sport. Off season training is very important for athletic development and will help to prevent on snow injuries. There are no additional fees for dry land but you must be a member in good standing to attend.

Apex Training Camp | December 2-7, 2016

Quality early season training in Apex in a camp format. Athletes travel and lodge with coaches and chaperones for the duration of the camp.

Early Season Training | Various Dates

There will be a number of early season training days on Whistler while we wait for Seymour to open. These days are optional and do come with additional coaching fees (pass + transport cost). Registered members: please keep an eye on your inbox and the club calendar for more info and dates.

Sun Peaks: TECK Open Round 1| January 6-8, 2017

Red Mountain: TECK Open Round 2 | February 2-5, 2017

Enquist Slalom Seymour | February 11-12, 2017

Whistler: TECK Parsons Open Round 3| March 9-12, 2017

Whistler: DMNTC Speed and Flight School| March 29-April 2, 2017

Mount Washington: Coast Zone Finals | April 1-2, 2017

Whistler Cup | April 13-16, 2017

Whistler Spring Skiing | Various Dates

So Seymour has closed for the season but you still want to ski? Join us in Whistler! These days are optional and do come with additional coaching fees (pass + transport cost). Registered members: please keep an eye on your inbox and the club calendar for more info and dates.

Summer Glacier Camp | Dates TBD

More info coming soon.

Dry Land Training

Dry land training runs two times a week June-July. U12+ athletes should consider dry land mandatory unless you are participating in another high level sport. Off season training is very important for athletic development and will help to prevent on snow injuries. There are no additional fees for dry land but you must be a member in good standing to attend.

MSSC AGM | Date TBD

Not for the kids but for the parents. Come out and see how the club is doing both on snow and on the ledger, elect the executive, and voice your comments or concerns.

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