Downhill Skiing and Snowboarding
The Mount Evergreen Ski club was formed in 1946 in response to a growing interest in downhill skiing, and a lack of any such facility in the region. The Club has operated every winter season, without exception, since its inception.
In 1966, Mount Evergreen Ski Club was incorporated as a not-for-profit ... Read More »
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Posted in What's New on November 22nd, 2013.
Looking to make some extra money this winter season? Like to be part of a growing community? Searching for that “first time” job?
Mount Evergreen Snow Recreation Area is actively looking to hire people in the positions in department of:
If you are dependable, can handle changing weather conditions, upbeat, and like people then look no further. Mount Evergreen’s staff are paid above minimum wage, works weekends and holiday weeks, and becomes part of a “family” like environment. If interested please send and e-mail with resume or information about yourself and interested position to:
Look forward to having an epic season with you!
Posted in What's New on November 22nd, 2013.
We are running a Level One ski instructor course offered by CSIA (Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance) on Dec 13, 14 and 15. The course is the first level of ski instruction and therefore is aimed at the average skier. You do not have to be an expert by any means but you do need to have an understanding of good ski technique. The cost is $375 but if you complete a certain # of lessons for us (# to be determined) we will reimburse you $150. Ski instructor is a paid position at Mt. Evergreen.
The Certification is recognized across Canada so you can use it to get jobs at other resorts.
Being a ski instructor is a fun and rewarding position and also puts some extra $$ in your pocket.
To register or for more information please send an email to email@example.com with your name and phone number and we will get back to you.
Pray for Snow!!
Posted in Lessons, What's New on November 7th, 2013.
Family Pass – Up to 5 people and conditions apply.
- $699 plus tax Regular price is $775 plus tax
- Maximum of 2 adult
- $100 for each additional person after 5
- This season we were open 55 Days – A family of 5 would break even after
6 ½ days of skiing (based on 2 adults, 1 youth, 2 children pricing)
- $264 plus tax Regular price is $332 plus tax
- This season we were open 55 days – an individual would break even after only 9 ½ days (adult).
If you take advantage of the early bird pricing you also get the option of paying with three post dated cheques for April, May and June. After June 15th you still get the early bird pricing but you must pay it all at once. Early bird pricing will be in effect up to and including mass registration.
Membership forms will be available at The Hardwear Co and Boardanyone. We will be posting a copy for download on our site.
Posted in What's New on March 23rd, 2013.
A long and tricky snowmaking session is behind us and we are ready to open. Saturday and Sunday from 10am-4pm. Colin Myles lift will be operating servicing the Terrain Park and the main hill. The Magic Carpet lift will be operating for all the beginners.
We don’t have much natural snow but we made A LOT!! The crew has been driving the groomer non-stop for 3 weeks to spread the snow around and till it to buttery softness! The weatherman is calling for warm temps so conditions will be awesome.
Mark and the Park Rats will be setting up a few boxes and rails and making a few jumps as the park takes shape now that we have the snow.
The fresh cut fries and cinnamon buns will be cooking in the kitchen so make sure you bring your appetite.
If you are looking out your window and shaking your head…get off your butt, strap on the skis or board and come shred.
Posted in What's New on December 13th, 2012.
2012/2013 Learn to Ski/Snowboard Program for ages 4-12 years.
8 weeks, beginning Sunday January 6th, 2013. All lessons are on Sundays
Week one: 1.5 hours – meet & greet.
- Introduction of instructors.
- Review learn to ski progression objectives (CSIA program).
- Access skiers on hill ability to determine beginner or intermediate level.
- Review Parent and skiers responsibilities.
- Group Photo and free BBQ.
Week 2 to Week 7: Lesson Program.
Week 8: Final assessment, completion of progression cards, group photos.
Times: to be confirmed.
(Likely Intermediate 10:30 – 11:30 and Beginners 12:30 – 1:30)
Lessons will be based on current skill ability rather than age groups.
Beginners and Intermediate levels of instruction will be provided. Experienced skiers wanting to develop their skills are encouraged to take private lessons.
Each lesson will include a warm-up, skill component, an activity/game, an education component ie: on hill safety/skier code of conduct etc. and a brief review providing individual feedback from the instructors.
All lessons are one hour.
Lessons will continue regardless of weather, unless the skier is contacted to advise of extreme weather conditions.
We will have a make-up week at the end of the program (week9), for any skier who misses a week provided the program organizer had been advised of the missed lesson.
Lesson structure for both levels will be provided at the registration desk. (Ski Patrol Avalanche Ski Swap).
Cost: $190. To be paid at registration. Includes helmet.
If you need equipment you can get lesson rate of $10 for the duration of the lesson, $5 to keep equipment for the rest of the day.
Please note that receipts will be provided. It is Mount Evergreen’s belief that this program meets the criteria for the Government of Canada Child Tax Fitness Credit.
From Canada Revenue Agency at www.cra.gc.ca
“An eligible fitness expense must be for the cost of registration or membership of an eligible child in a prescribed program of physical activity. Generally, such a program must:
- be ongoing (either a minimum of eight consecutive weeks long or, for children’s camps, five consecutive days long);
- be supervised;
- be suitable for children; and
- include a significant amount of physical activity that contributes to cardio-respiratory endurance, plus one or more of: muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, or balance.”
Posted in Lessons, What's New on December 6th, 2009.
Posted in What's New on April 7th, 2008.
For video footage of Mt.Evergreen ski and recreational facilites go to you tube and check us out.
Posted in What's New on March 30th, 2008.
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