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Vision for the Edmonton Ski Club

We have big dreams!  A new lodge, updated lifts, fitness facilities, tube park, all terrain bike park, climbing wall and more.  Our vision is to create an all-season, multipurpose hub for cultural, recreational, and fitness activities in the heart of Edmonton.

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9613 - 96th Ave, Edmonton.
 

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The latest from the Edmonton Ski Club Blog!

Slush Cup 2017 Was a Splash!

The Edmonton Ski Club held our 3rd Annual Slush Cup event on Saturday, March 18th.  Competitors were relieved to have sunny skies and warm weather for this splashy event! The ski club was full of festivities all day including local band Potatohed pumping out the jams on the deck, Stawnichy’s

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Volunteers Needed for Slush Cup

We are looking forward to Slush Cup 2017 on March 18th from 12-4pm! Brave competitors will attempt to cross a massive slush pond in their best costume for awesome prizes. Plus, there will be live music, great food and a licensed outdoor patio. Come join in the fun and help

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SKI FLYERS Early 1900s

“If you get the right angle to float on top of the pressure of the wind you get more distance.”(Clarence Sverold, Canadian Olympian) The huge metal ski jump at the Stoney Creek Valley in Camrose is an impressive sight. It is the legacy of the daring Norwegian flyers who made

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