The Hemlock Ski Club is a family-oriented ski racing club located near Harrison Hot Springs at Sasquatch Mountain Resort.

We are committed to being a family club, encouraging people to develop a lifelong love of skiing.

Our goal is to encourage fun, athletic skills, sportsmanship and to provide the opportunity for club members to achieve their highest potential, all in a healthy, safe and affordable manner.

We offer the Nancy Greene Program and the Alpine Racing Program.

2018/19 Club Registration 

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Lift passes at Sasquatch Mountain Resort

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Just an F.Y.I. for all our members that may be heading up to Sasquatch Mountain Resort this summer. Changes are coming June 15th.Gary Fisher Sasquatch Mountain Resort, (SMR) in partnership with JAG Adventures Inc. are collectively working on a new trail management program to help with making the Controlled Recreational Area safe and accessible to the public. Issues we are addressing is trail maintenance including engineering inspections of all bridges and rebuilding some of the trails that have been washed out which will require more engineering and retaining systems in order to keep particular trails open. We will be looking at new stream crossings such as bridges or culverts and routes not interfering with sensitive ecosystems. We will be working as a team with with many different ministries to ensure that the public use of the trail systems does not harm any of the sensitive Eco systems. Ministries such as Forestry, District Recreation officer, National Resource and Water way Enforcement officers, Mountain Resorts Branch, Sts' ailes First Nations, Engineering departments, just to name a few. Yes there are many factors that we are addressing such as industry access requirements to the main FSR roads hence the need to build new parallel trails to help keep Off Road Vehicles(OFV) off the forest service roads as logging will be in full swing for many seasons. Other issues such as garbage and general clean up are large issues as well as drinking and riding high, Discharge of firearms in an unsafe manor in a CRA where there are hundreds of users in the area. Again we are trying to keep the public users as safe as possible from situations that can be controlled. Now yes there will be fees associated with all the work as described above there really is no getting around it. There will be more in depth information released as the team addresses each situation and maps of trails where fees will be incurred. and of course there are many situations where fees will not be applied eg. Forest Service Roads, main hauling and industry roads just to name a few. This is a very intricate Public Recreation Plan that needs to look at many factors and take into consideration the inputs from all team members. In the end our main goal is to end up with a plan and trail system to keep the public who may be using motorized ORVs or non-motorized ( bikes, horses, hikers and such) safe as well as minimize the impact on our beautiful back country. The flyer was the first attempt at trying to keep the public updated on the information and plans that are in the works as well as reminding users of some basic usage principals and general rules. It must be noted that the government are not changing any of the regulations but instead we will be operating with in current regulations to achieve our end goals. Also note there are many other mountain locations that already impose trail usage fees to cover the costs of keeping trail systems open, clean, and safe for the public. As more information is available we will continually keep the public informed of the progress. New signage will be posted as well as postings here and the different associations and clubs. Please don't hesitate to call me if you have further questions and I will do my best to try and answer them with the information I have already accumulated. ... See MoreSee Less

Just an F.Y.I. for all our members that may be heading up to Sasquatch Mountain Resort this summer. Changes are coming June 15th.
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The 2018/19 Ski Season is now over but there are 2 more events happening for our Alpine Team athletes. Mt Washington is the place for the Coast Zone Tech Finals for athletes U12 – U19, April 6 & 7th. And Whistler Cup for our U14’s takes place the following week April 11 – 14th. Good luck to all our athletes in their final races of the season!

Watch for details of upcoming spring & summer ski camps.

 

 

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  • 2019/2020 Season Registration Info - A MUST READ FOR FIS MEMBERS June 14, 2019
    All Commercial General Liabilitymust be renewed for anyone participating in summer programs on or before this date.To make this transition easier BC Alpine has closed the 2018-19season. Clubs running summer programs must have their registrations for both coaches and participants completed before the summer programs get underway.FIS registrants:If you would like to make the base […]