Speed Nation Alpine Ski Club is the final stop Parallel Slalom Stop of the Speed Nation Alpine Tour.
Speed Nation Alpine Ski Club brings together the best Alpine athletes in North American to compete in two Parallel Slalom events in two days from February 23-24, 2022.
Dustin Heise, Executive Director of Canada Snowboard, is excited to once again see a World Class event grace the slopes of Alpine Ski Club:
“On behalf of Canada Snowboard and our provincial partners, it is my distinct pleasure to extend a warm welcome to all of our Canadian and international athletes participating in this event.
We know that the organizers have worked hard to prepare the course and ensure that all the details have been taking care of to allow you to enjoy and compete at your highest level. Hoping that this event will be a memorable part of your competitive career as you strive to realize your personal snowboarding aspirations.
From all of us involved with competitive snowboarding in Canada, we wish each and every one of you the very best.
Have fun, go well and good luck!”
Alpine Ski Club’s
120 acres and 760 feet of elevation are home to 36 runs served by five lifts. (A short 90-minute drive from the Pearson International airport). The terrain advances in difficulty lift by lift from a protected beginner area with a magic carpet (and clubhouse gallery seating) to five double-black expert runs aptly named The Steeps. A high-speed six-person chair and three quad chairs keep the lift lines short, especially in light of capped membership.
Canada Snowboard and Provincial and Territorial Snowboard Associations are committed to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy environment for all our stakeholders and safeguarding the broader communities in which they live and play.
All Canada Snowboard Sanctioned Air & Speed Nation Events will follow the Canada Snowboard Vaccination Policy.
You can find the latest information on federal and local health authorities and the current Covid 19 regulations on the Canada Snowboard Covid 19-Page.
The process for entering Canada for competition / event, training or other snowboard related activities can be found HERE.