Teck Coast Regional Dryland Training Day Camp Saturday Sept 26, 2020, Whistler, BC @ Whistler Olympic Park
Sep 26 all-day

Details to come

SKI SWAP @ Whistler Creekside Underground Parking Lot 1
Oct 24 all-day

9am – 11am:  Equipment Drop Off

11am – 12pm:  SKI SWAP for MEMBERS ONLY

12pm – 2pm:  SKI SWAP open to PUBLIC

2pm – 3pm:  Cash / Equipment Pick up

Click here for more details.

Whistler Nordics AGM
Nov 4 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Silent Auction ends Nov 6th at 6pm
Nov 6 all-day
POSTPONED Teck Regional On snow Camp Sunday Dec 6th New Date TBD @ Athletes Centre & Whistler Olympic Park
Dec 6 all-day

Teck Regional On snow Day Camp

Sunday Dec 6, 2020

Host Club:  Whistler Nordics

Whistler Head Coach:  Maria Lundgren

Ph:  604 906 1081


This is an on-snow camp for youth age 9-13 years in the Coast region (born 2011 to 2006). Due to COVID
restrictions this camp will be a one-day camp and will not include an overnight option. Activities will include
classic & skate skiing, technique feedback, drills and games. All camp activities will be held at Whistler
Olympic Park.

Athletes are to bring all their own food for the day (drinks, lunch and snacks.)

Camp Drop Off: Sunday December 6th, 2020, 9:30 am at Whistler Olympic Park at the cross country venue.
Exact meeting spot will be sent out once athletes are registered. Participants are expected to have had
breakfast prior to the start of the camp.
Camp Pick Up: Sunday December 6th, 2020, 2:30 pm at WOP (same location as drop off)

Camp Fee: The camp fee is $25.00 CAD including Zone4 processing fees. This fee will be used to cover
some of the volunteer coaches’ expenses and incidental expenses. Any excess income will be put towards
future camps.
Trail Fee: $8.19 ($7.80 day + 5% GST) – athletes with a Seasons Pass at WOP does not pay a trail fee.

Sign up: Please confirm your attendance by registering on Zone 4 at
Due to COVID restrictions there will be a limit of 40 athletes.
Registration closes at midnight on Friday November 20th.

COVID-19 Considerations:
• We will follow the CCBC COVID-19 Return to Sport protocols.
• All participating athletes, coaches and participating parent volunteers need to fill out the online
participant agreement before the camp and the self-assessment tool that day before the camp.
• Athletes should come with all their own food (drinks, lunch, snacks.)
• We will be outside all day. There will be access to washrooms only, not the flex space. Bring warm
clothes, rain gear and enough extra clothes in case of wet/cold weather.
• Everybody should have at least two face masks to wear when social distancing is not possible.
Masks will not be worn during training activities – athletes will need to social distance.

Parents: Parents are encouraged to stay and ski in the Park for the day (trail pass need to be purchased at
the gate). Here is information from WOP.
a. Parents Can: Ski, walk dogs on leash – come prepared for the day outside or with a
book to read in the car, food, coffee, etc. They can also leave and come back for pick
up. WOP staff will do a final sweep of the park at 4:30pm so all cars should be outside the
gate by then.
b. Parents Can’t: Access flex spaces or wax trailer, the lodge will have limited seating
for a quick lunch and washrooms will be open at xc stadium as well as the day lodge.
Parents can’t stay all day in the lodge as there will be limited seating time.

We will send more details, including a waiver and COVID-19 guidelines, to participants once the registration
is complete.

On-snow camp packing list
• BC Care Card/ Medical Number
• Sunscreen & Lip Balm
• Sunglasses
• Rain Jacket
• Puffy Jacket – WARM
• Training Clothes
• Socks
• Long underwear
• Toque (min 2)
• Gloves (min 2 pair)
• Classic Skis, Boots and Poles
• Skate Skis, Boots and Poles
• Water bottle and carriers
• Basic first aid (band-aids, polysporin, moleskin, tape for feet etc)
• Please arrive with your classic skis waxed and both set of skis should be scraped as there will not be
an option for waxing

Please leave electronic devices at home.
All participants (16 years and under) will receive a toque from Teck and Cross Country BC

CANCELLED DEC & JAN RACES Teck Coast Cup Series 2020/21 @ Whistler Olympic Park
Dec 20 @ 9:00 am

2020-21 Teck Regional Cup Program  DEC & JAN RACES CANCELLED

The Teck Regional Cup Series offers affordable, accessible competitive opportunities for developing athletes.  All Regional Cup races offer age-appropriate categories for children 14 years of age and younger, and most offer the full spectrum of categories for skiers of all ages.  For more information contact the race organizers listed below.


Date Contact
Dec 20  CANCELLED Teck Coast Cup #1
Teck Coast Cup Series
Callaghan Valley
DJ Hay
Jan 3  CANCELLED Teck Coast Cup #2
Teck Coast Cup Series
Callaghan Valley
Katrina Heron
Jan 30-31 Teck Coast Cup #3 & #4
Teck Coast Cup Series
Mt. Washington
Len Apedaile
(250) 203-0225
Feb 20 Teck Coast Cup #5
Teck Coast Cup Series
Callaghan Valley
John Heilig
Feb 21 Teck Coast Cup #6
Teck Coast Cup Series Finale
Callaghan Valley
Delores Franz Los
(604) 894-6182

1st Virtual Toonie
Jan 11 – Jan 16 all-day

Virtual Toonie Race Series starts Week of Jan 11-16, 2021

Please register online via Zone 4 for the 1st Whistler Nordics Virtual Toonie Event

Use Strava, Trailforks or any other application that can track your ski.

Every participant must have a valid trail pass and be a Whistler Nordics member. Please remember get your membership ahead of time. Sign up online


January 11-16:

Registration: Whistler Nordics Toonie Race

1st week challenge: XC Ski 10km + between Jan 11 to Jan 16th.

Prizes to be won! Prize draw on Sat Jan 16th.

Prizes will be drawn from all participants and to claim a prize, a participant will have to show proof of their 10km XC Ski via an app to win the prize.

Let’s get skiing!


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3rd Virtual Toonie Jan 25-30th
Jan 25 @ 6:00 am – Jan 30 @ 11:45 pm

January 25-30: 3rd Week Challenge


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Registration: Whistler Nordics Toonie Race Jan 25-30

3rd week challenge:  TEAM CHALLENGE

Any 2 person team to ski a combined total of 32km during the week of Jan 25th to 30th.

Both participants need to register on Zone 4.

Register your ski with an app to be able to provide proof of combined total ski of 32km.

Time: between Monday Jan 25th to Saturday Jan 30th – can be completed over several days.

Location:  Any trails

Prizes to be won!
Prize draw on Sun Jan 30th

Names will be drawn and an email sent to winners to get a picture/proof email back of their Challenge completed!

The P’ayak Cross Country Ski Loppet March 6-21, 2021 @ Whistler Olympic Park
Mar 6 @ 9:00 am – Mar 21 @ 4:00 pm

Registration opens March 6-21, 2021 for the Coast Outdoors Payak Virtual Challenge

The Coast Outdoors Payak is going virtual for 2021!  What could be better than doing your favorite loppet, anywhere, and any time you want between March 6 and 21?

Well, winning some great draw prizes from our sponsors, of course!

You can ski the Payak anywhere, any day and any time from March 6 to 21!  That’s three weekends and two full weeks!

Registration is open now until March 21.

Click here for info and to register 

March 23, 2021 Creekbread Fundraiser 3:00pm -7:30pm @ Creekbread
Mar 23 @ 3:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Tuesday March 23, 2021  

Whistler Nordics annual fundraiser will be held Tuesday, March 23rd in your own home. We really wish we could eat pizza with you in person but it’s still not the time.  Creekbread will generously donate a percentage of all take-out pizza sales to the club that are ordered between 3:00 pm and 7:30 pm on Tuesday March 23rd. There will be no silent auction this year as we are very appreciative of all the local businesses that donated items for our on-line auction this past Fall.

How you can help:

1. Save the date

2. Help us promote the night by sharing this event with and inviting your network of friends on Facebook.

3. Join us  in spirit on March 23rd for a  take out pizza dinner.

Our annual Creekbread Fundraiser aims to raise funds for the Whistler Nordics Ski Club. Funds raised help us to keep our programs accessible to everyone ensuring as many people as possible can benefit from this family friendly sport.