Yukon Champs 2023

Yukon Champs is the biggest event of the year!

This event is open to all snowboarders of all ages and abilities. Come out for two days of fun competition and riding at Mt. Sima in Whitehorse! We can’t wait to see you this year!!

…and have you heard about our FAM JAM Trophy?! It’s awarded at the end of the weekend to the family with the most points. Points are given for each competing family member each time they enter an event, and then more points are added for the medals earned throughout the weekend! It’s a fam jam, bring the whole family!

Here are the details:

  • Registration is $10 per person per event.
  • Registration for the Open category is $20 per person per event.
    (The Open event fees are pooled and awarded as a cash prize to the winners.)
  • If you aren’t already a member of Snowboard Yukon… it’s the end of the season and we would like to give you a FREE “Limited Event Membership” or upgrade to “Recreational”!!!
    Email info@snowboardyukon.com to get the discount code. Otherwise you will be charged $10 at checkout!
  • Helmets are mandatory.
  • Prizes will be awarded at the end of each day.
  • Select all the events you would like to participate in when registering online.



1) Slopestyle in Pokey Park
SATURDAY – geared towards beginner and intermediate riders

  • 10 years and under;
  • 11-12 years;
  • 13-14 years;
  • 15-17 years; and
  • RAD (any age… as long as you’re rad!).

2) Slopestyle in Upper Coyote Park
SATURDAY – geared towards intermediate to advanced riders

  • 16 and under; and
  • OPEN (any age – more competitive).

3) Snowboardcross head-to-head racing
SUNDAY – all abilities are welcomed and riders will do timed runs to determine the head-to-head race groups

  • 10 years and under;
  • 11-12 years;
  • 13-14 years;
  • 15-17 years;
  • OPEN (any age – more competitive); and
  • RAD (any age… as long as you’re rad!).



SATURDAY – Slopestyle

10:30-11:30 am – Registration opens
11:00 am – Practice in Pokey Park
12:30 pm – Pokey Slopestyle comp starts
3:00 pm – Upper Coyote Slopestyle comp starts
Note: once riders are finished the comp, they’re free to ride until awards.

5:00 pm – Awards near the lodge (Look for our banner)

SUNDAY – Snowboardcross

10:30-11:30 am – Registration opens
11:00 am – Practice
12:45 pm – Race briefing / comp starts
1:00 pm – Timed runs
3:00 pm – Head-to-head racing
Note: once riders are finished their heats, they’re free to ride until awards.
5:00 pm – Awards near the lodge (Look for our banner)



– Register Now – (links to SnowReg)

Request a Free Membership. Email info@snowboardyukon.com.

Annual General Meeting

When: Tuesday, September 13, 2022
Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm
In person: Sport Yukon – Boardroom 1 (4061 4 Ave)
Online: email president@snowboardyukon.com for the link

Our mission is to enhance Yukoners’ lives through snowboarding from playground to podium… and back again.

Our role includes:

  • Promoting the development of competitive snowboarding in the Yukon;
  • Acting as the governing body for snowboarding in the Yukon as a region of the Canada Snowboard;
  • Encouraging and managing snowboarding competitions in the Yukon, as well as sponsoring Yukon snowboarding in regional or national games; and
  • Establishing and maintaining programs and activities to improve the quality of competitive snowboarding, coaching and officiating.

Please Note: Anyone may attend (invite your friends!), however in order to run for a board position and/or to vote in the election, you must have a current membership.

Get your 2022/23 Snowboard Yukon Membership online prior to the AGM here: snowreg.com

Meeting Agenda will include:

  • Call to order
  • Establishment of quorum
  • Appointment of scrutineers
  • Approval of the agenda
  • Adoption of minutes of the previous Annual General Meeting
  • Presentation of reports
  • Report of Accountant
  • Appointment of Accountant
  • Business as specified in the meeting notice
  • Election of new Directors
  • Adjournment

The meeting will also include the Special Resolution to waive financial audit for 20/21 season.

New National Look

Canada Snowboard is proud to unveil the next step in Canadian Snowboarding. A new provincial/territorial system that showcases the landmarks, landscapes and animals of Canada and embraces the classic iconography of each province/territory.

Yukon’s icon features a howling wolf in front of a half moon, this powerful animal symbolizes the rugged wilderness found within the territory’s borders.