Reach Your Peak
Ski With Summit!

ProgRam Highlights

  • Training at Springhill Winter Park on Thursday evenings 7:00-9:00PM & Sundays 10:00AM-1:00PM
  • Weekend training sessions often located at Asessippi with single day events at Holiday Mountain or Springhill Winter Park (half days)
  • Certified CSC (Canadian Ski Coaches) & CSIA (Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance) Coaches/Instructors
  • ‘Dryland’ training programs (Mountain Biking & Fitness Training)
  • State of the art training tools including electronic timing gates, assorted shorter and softer gates, and video analysis
  • Innovative coaching ideas to challenge athletes, increase confidence, and improve competence of skiers in our program
  • Fun on/off-hill activities including: Kids vs. Parents Dual Races, Bring a Friend Night, Gatorade Obstacle Challenge, Dress Loonie Night, and an end of year banquet
  • Parent Board of Directors oversee the Summit Ski Club activities along with Anna Blankstein as Head Coach and Sara Telles-Langdon as Program Director


Skier Essentials: Ages 6-9 (U10)

Skiers in this stage learn how to ski through race courses and develop competitive skills while maintaining an emphasis on fun. Training sessions are designed to develop the joy of skiing while introducing new technical aspects of ski racing in a variety of environments. The spirit of competition is established in training and developed at races throughout the season, including Snow Stars skill station events.
Full Program (Thursdays & Sundays) or Sunday Only Program options are available.

Gliding Start: Ages 5-6

Young athletes are engaged in age appropriate programming with fewer athletes per coach to provide consistent encouragement. By learning through play, youngsters develop their competence in the fundamental movement patterns of skiing and build confidence in their abilities. The focus of this stage is to have fun while sliding on snow and develop physical literacy. Youth in the Gliding Start stage are encouraged to ski a variety of terrain in a fun and engaging environment!

Athletes at this stage of development are challenged through events like the Kombi Races, Multi Run Races, Dual Events, and Snow Stars skills station events.

Mountain Biking & Fitness Training

Athletes of all ages can participate in weekly mountain bike rides throughout the fall to develop strength, balance, and endurance leading up to the ski season. Rides are Sunday mornings 10:00-11:00AM.

Athletes ages 10 and up can participate in weekly fitness training sessions throughout the fall to improve power and agility. Training sessions are Wednesday evenings 5:45-7:00PM.

Manitoba Cup Series: Ages 10 and Up (U12+)

Athletes in this stage train in a more competitive environment based on individual athlete needs, abilities, and desires. There is a continued emphasis on fun and friendship in a supportive team environment. 

The season involves training sessions on Thursdays and Sundays with additional full-weekend training sessions. The Manitoba Cup Series races throughout the season include slalom, giant slalom (GS), and dual events that determine the Provincial Champion, selections to Manitoba Alpine Ski Team, and other major events qualifications such as Manitoba Games and Canada Games.