Register Coming soon for the 2021-22 season

The Chisholm Alpine Race staff is looking forward to racing into the 2021-22 season. We're putting safety first & have a plan to support the health & wellness of our community with quality outdoor programming & a plan to keep our distance & maximize our time on the hill. 

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From the desk of Coach Justin, " I'm confident that this will be our best year of skiing yet! We are leaning in to what we already do well & adding value with new technology & knowledge from new coaches. Video resources will be expanded this year with access to Dartfish. This incredible tool will be used to pinpoint specific movement patterns that require attention & the ability to share & critique video will increase the focus & attention to detail with each & every athlete without sacrificing time on task. Racing will happen this year! Our staff has expanded to recruit new talent. Andrew Arsenault, hometown hero & local legend will join the team as an adjunct coach. Andrew has coached with the CART team in the past & as many of you have seen from the chairlift, he knows how to shred. Myself, Alice, Ellie, & Jeff will round out the coaching team. The T-bar will be running again this year to keep time on the hill at a maximum & quality of training high." 

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Learn to Race: Designed for kids ages 7-11 to get introduced to the world of ski racing. Participants in this program should have basic abilities, be able to execute turns & have control of stopping. Skiers in this program should also be able to ski the entire mountain & keep up with the group. This is not a learn to ski program, but is a great option for younger skiers ready to advance their skills.

Learn to Race is a 10 week program on Sundays beginning in late December. Registration information coming soon.

Full Competition Program: Designed for kids ages 7-18 who have experienced ski racing before. Participants in this program should be fully committed to race training & have the drive & ability to be a team player. Racers in the full competition program should have at least basic racing skills, be able to keep up with the group & have the ability to ski the entire mountain in a self guided manner. The program will focus on gate training with Slalom & GS techniques & tactics, unless it snows & training morphs into making turns in powder.

Full Competition Program takes place on Saturdays & Sundays beginning late December & running through late March. Registration information coming soon.