U8/U10 Program

The Nancy Greene Ski League (NGSL) Under 8/10 is designed for kids five to nine years old. Fundamental skills are introduced at this level in a safe and fun environment through gate training and versatile skier development. The goal for kids who progress through the program is to develop speed control and confidence in a variety of terrain creating confident skiers in and out of the race course.

Skiers are grouped with others within their age and skill range and are coached and supervised by professional CSCF coaches. Within their groups, the skiers will develop strong technical and versatile skiing skills following Alpine Canada’s Snow Star Program. Skiers will also be able to participate in a number of fun and competitive team-based races over the season.

The only requirement for joining the Entry Level Program is an intermediate skiing ability. Children need to be able to get on an off of a chair lift without assistance, and the ability to ski an intermediate run under control. If you have any questions or concerns please contact the club.

Please note that we cannot accept children who have not skied before or are beginner level skiers. If your child is either of these please have a look at the programs offered by the Mount Seymour Snow School.

One Weekend Day: Saturday or Sunday

Early Bird Rate

  • Saturdays or Sundays

Regular Rate

  • Saturdays or Sundays



Coaching fees are for the base program only and do not include the BC Alpine / ACA fee ($79.50), membership fee ($130/Family), camps, race entries and race associated costs.

Early bird pricing ends September 30th.

All membership dues must be paid on or before this date in order to qualify for the discount.

U10 1 weeknight training add on ($100): In U10 and looking for a little bit more focus on gate training? Or want to get on snow in the evening once a week? Join us Tuesday or Thursday evenings for some drills and gate training from 18:00 – 20:00.

Returns & Credits

  • Membership, insurance, and program fees are totally non-refundable.
  • Program fees can be credited forward to the following season only for medical reasons.
  • Program fee credits will be pro-rated according to the schedule below.
  • Any program fee credit to be forwarded will be applied within one month from receiving a written application for refund accompanied by a medical doctor’s certificate.
  • Not paying for the program will automatically cancel the registration by October 1st for the Earlybird price or January 1st at the regular season price or if the program fills up.

Medical Note Credit Request
Before November 30  =100%
Before December 31 = 60%
Before January 31  =40%
Before February 15  =20%


8:45-9:00 – Athletes meet coaches
9:00-9:30 – Athletes and coaches go through their warm-up routines
9:30-12:00 – Drills, gate training, and vertical

Lunch | 11:30-13:30

Lunch break at the main cafeteria or outside at the race hut if weather permits. Lunch can range from 15-45 minutes depending on weather and group dynamics.

Good eating habits are set early on in life so please keep this in mind when packing your child’s lunch. Sugar-laden food does not make for good ski racer fuel.


13:00-14:45 – Drills, gate training, and vertical
14:45-15:00 – Cooldown at the race hut

End of Day | 15:00

Athletes meet parents at the race hut. This is a great time to talk to your child’s coach about any questions or concerns you may have.

Dry Land Training

Dryland training runs three times a week September-November. Attendance at the U8 and U10 levels is not mandatory but we do highly encourage all athletes to attend at last one session per week. There are no additional fees for dry land but you must be a member in good standing to attend.

Try-Out Day | TBD

At the beginning of every season, the club offers non-members a chance to experience a day as a ski racer. Participants will spend the day with one of our coaches and train exactly how a member would. For more information about the day and to register please visit the Try-Out Day info page.

Christmas Camp | January 2 – 3, 2020

Get a strong start this season and come out for the Christmas Camp. For more info please visit the Christmas Camp event page.

U8 / U10 Skills Event @ Hemlock| February 2, 2020

U8 and U10 skiers will test their skills in various events on Grouse.

U8 / U10 Skills Event @ Grouse| January 19, 2020

Spring Break Camp | Dates TBD

Quality training over Spring Break to give you that extra edge at Sun Peaks.

Sun Peaks Festival | March 20-21, 2020

The big event for the U8’s, 10’s and 12’s. Skiers will test their skills and compete against other similar aged skiers from all over BC.

Dryland Training

Dryland training runs two times a week June-July. Attendance at the U8 and U10 levels is not mandatory but we do highly encourage all athletes to attend at last one session per week. There are no additional fees for dry land but you must be a member in good standing to attend.


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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