Upcoming Events

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Yukon Champs
Date: March 6 & 7, 2021
Location: Mt. Sima
Register Online: snowreg.com

Riders Camp – Dawson City
Date: March 16-18, 2021
Location: Moose Mountain
Register Online: snowreg.com

Riders Camp – Watson Lake
Date: March 20 & 21, 2021
Location: Mt. Maichen
Register Online: snowreg.com

Women’s Spring Shred Camp
Date: March 27 & 28, 2021
Location: Mt. Sima
Register Online: snowreg.com

 

About

Yukon Champs is one of our favourite events of the year!

This event is open to the public and we see riders of all ages and abilities come out for two days of fun competition and riding! We can’t wait to see you at Mt. Sima 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!

Saturday, March 6, 2021

Slopestyle comp in Pokey Park
11:00 am – Practice
12:30 pm – Judged Runs

Geared towards beginner and intermediate riders

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

Slopestyle comp in Upper Coyote
11:00 am – Practice
3:00 pm – Judged Runs

Geared towards intermediate to advanced riders

  • 16 and under (female & male); and
  • OPEN (any age; female & male).

Sunday, March 7, 2021

Boardercross
11:00 am – Practice
12:45 pm – Race briefing at the top of the course at 12:45pm;
1:00 pm – Timed runs
3:00 pm – Head-to-head racing

For all levels of riders

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

Prizes will be awarded at the end of each day, so plan to stick around for that!!

Registration

FREE! but please online register so we can plan accordingly.

If you aren’t already a member of Snowboard Yukon, this site will prompt you to get a “Limited Event Membership“.

We want to WAIVE the Membership Fee, so please use this coupon code at the Check Out: SNOWYUKON100

The coupon code is case sensitive, so please use ALL CAPS.

Each participant will have to register separately for their events.

Note: Helmets are mandatory.

Register here: snowreg.com

 

Who will be the family that jams the most this year?

Riders Camp – Dawson City at Moose Mountain

Dome Road, Dawson City, YT, Canada
March 16, 2021 – March 18, 2021

Snowboard Yukon is proud to host a three day snowboard camp in Dawson City! Riders can register for 1, 2 or 3 days of instruction with our coaches.

The camp is open to beginner, intermediate and advanced riders aged 10yrs+. The only caveat is that riders need to be able to use the t-bar.

During this registration process, you will be required to register as a Member with Snowboard Yukon, but you can use this coupon code to remove the Membership Fee: SNOWYUKON100 (The coupon code is case sensitive, so please use ALL CAPS.)

Snowboard Yukon is committed to empowering, encouraging, and maintaining culture, diversity, equity and inclusion throughout our sports organization. Our mission is to lead, foster and support athletes, parents, coaches, officials, volunteers and supporters of all socioeconomic backgrounds, races, ethnicities, and genders. Snowboard Yukon is dedicated to breaking down barriers that hinder participation in our training programs. In doing so, our goal is to achieve excellence by creating an environment where diversity is valued, equity is achieved and inclusion is embraced

Click here to register online: snowreg.com

Riders Camp – Watson Lake at Mt. Maichen

Robert Campbell Highway, Unorganized Yukon, YT, Canada
March 20, 2021 – March 21, 2021

Snowboard Yukon is proud to host a two day snowboard camp in Watson Lake! Riders can register for 1 or 2 days of instruction with our coaches.

The camp is open to beginner, intermediate and advanced riders aged 10yrs+. The only caveat is that riders need to be able to use the t-bar.

During this registration process, you will be required to register as a Member with Snowboard Yukon, but you can use this coupon code to remove the Membership Fee: SNOWYUKON100 (The coupon code is case sensitive, so please use ALL CAPS.)

Snowboard Yukon is committed to empowering, encouraging, and maintaining culture, diversity, equity and inclusion throughout our sports organization. Our mission is to lead, foster and support athletes, parents, coaches, officials, volunteers and supporters of all socioeconomic backgrounds, races, ethnicities, and genders. Snowboard Yukon is dedicated to breaking down barriers that hinder participation in our training programs. In doing so, our goal is to achieve excellence by creating an environment where diversity is valued, equity is achieved and inclusion is embraced.

Click here to register online: snowreg.com

Snowboard Yukon is offering subsidies to support Yukoners to become Snowboard Instructors

Course Name: Level 1 Snowboard Instructor
Dates: Dec. 11–13, 2020
Location: Mt. Sima
Subsidy Amount: $250

To apply email mary@snowboardyukon.com and tell us how you will use this training to enhance your local snowboard community. Snowboarders from all Yukon communities are encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline is Nov. 15, 2020 

For course description, pre-requisites and online registration go to casi-acms.com

Notice of 2020 Snowboard Yukon Annual General Meeting

Snowboard Yukon 2020 AGM 
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
7:00 pm

This will be an online meeting.  Everyone is welcome to attend, only members with current memberships may vote. Memberships available snowreg.com.

Registration will be required to participate. To register or questions please contact norm@snowboardyukon.com.

Meeting will also include the special resolution to waive financial audit for 19/20 season. Download the special resolution .pdf.

Fall Update

Aug. 12 2020

Hope everyone is healthy and happy this summer. We’re really looking forward to the snow, however we’re not entirely sure what this winter will hold for Snowboard Yukon. As the pieces fall into place we will be in contact with you through our email newsletter. Join the mailing list by clicking the button on the left.

Unfortunately there will not be any Snowboard Yukon trampoline training this fall. Stay tuned for possible winter trampoline sessions. We encourage you to check out the programs offered through Polarettes Gymnastic Club if you would like to get into the gym. www.polarettes.org

The Comp Team are headed back to the gym late August for Strength & Conditioning and yoga. Due to COVID limitations, this program is only available to past Comp Team members and is currently full.

If you would like to discuss your snowboard training plans, please feel free to contact the Technical Director, mary@snowboardyukon.com.

Plan to attend the Snowboard Yukon Annual General Meeting. Date TBD soon!

New hats are on the way! Follow us on Facebook/Instagram for updates.

2020/2021 Memberships

 

 

 

Now available at snowreg.com

Membership types:  

Compete (Comp Team) $27.50
Recreational (Shredders) $17.50
Subscriber (newsletter / no insurance) Free
Coach $70
Official $10
Judge $10
Volunteer Free
Compete with FIS  (Comp Team) $100.00
SAIP (insurace for FIS memberships) $83+

Don’t know which membership you need? 
Contact us at info@snowboardyukon.com

Shred Season Suspended

As per the recommendation of Canada Snowboard, in light of the COVID 19 virus, all current and future programming for the 2019-20 season is now suspended. We thank all members for their participation and support and look forward to shredding with you again next season.

Sincerely,
President Norm and the SY Board of Directors

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.