The Vancouver Skiers
Welcome to the Vancouver Skiers 2016/2017 season!
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, the Vancouver Skiers club organizes bus trips to various cross-country ski destinations including Silver Star/Sovereign Lakes (Vernon), Larch Hills (Salmon Arm), Stake Lake (near Kamloops), Callaghan/Whistler, China Ridge (Princeton) and Nickel Plate (Penticton). Our members include classic skiers, skate skiers and snowshoers, ranging in skill levels and ages. Join the Vancouver Skiers and meet new friends, socialize, discover new ski areas, improve your fitness level and learn new skills.
Join us for our next Club Night on Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at the Cedar Cottage Neighbourhood Pub. Check out our Events page for more information.
To Become a Member
To become a Vancouver Skiers member you can register and pay online (our preferred method), register and pay by mail, or hand deliver membership and waiver forms and payment to an executive member at our next Vancouver Skiers event. For detailed information on how to become a member, please go to the Become a Member page.
Membership: As of January 22, 2017 we have 212 club members registered for the 2016/2017 season.
To Register for a Trip
To sign-up for a Vancouver Skiers trip, members can register online or through the Trip Leader. (Trip Leader contact information is shown on each Trip page; see the Trip Schedule.) For detailed information on how to sign-up for a trip, please go to the Trip Information page.
The Vancouver Skiers is a non-profit society. Its objectives are:
To help its members engage and enjoy, as safely as possible, cross-country skiing, and related activities,
To promote the development of facilities for cross-country skiing,
To encourage the growth of cross-country skiing as a sport, and
To provide encouragement for those of its members who wish to participate in various cross-country ski events.
Top of the Page Collage Photo Credits: Top Left by Joan Boxall, Bottom left, Top center, Top right, Bottom center (right) and Bottom right by Eda Kadar.
Bottom of the Page (Right) Photo Credit: Juergen Kaefer