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Riders HALF-DAY Snowboard

Registration for the 2022 Riders Half-day Snowboard programs will open Friday October 1

Step 1 - Click on the link below - 2022 Riders  ~ Half-day Ages 8-13

Step 2 - Once a spot is purchased participants will need to purchase and email their BC Snowboard licence to  Note - Participant licenses that are not received at the time of registration risk losing their program registration spot and will be refunded if this is the case. 

Once the above steps are complete you are completely registered.  Thanks for your patience and understanding.  Email if you have any questions.  Please see Freestylerz program details at the lower part of this webpage.

Half-Day Riders Registration

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Riders Details

Ages 7-12. This is a snowboarding program (no skiers).  Riders is a super fun program for snowboard riders that have accomplished Blue runs.  This is a ten week HALF-day program Saturdays or Sundays.  There are AM or PM options each day. 

For FULL day Riders program Click here.

This program follows the Canada Snowboard "Riders Program " pathway. Riders are broken into blue and black level groups before heading out.  The snowboarders in this program ride with trained Canada Snowboard coaches and focus on slopestyle, jumps, rail features, freeriding and SBX (Boarder Cross). Learn about competition and how to warm up, cool down and have fun.

Here are the details for the program:

The half-day "Riders" Program sessions are 9am - 12pm Saturday or Sundays for 10 weeks: Dates for this program start January 8/9, 2022 and go through until March 12/13, 2022.  Stay tuned for information on the Riders Spring Jam.

Tentative DAILY Schedule 

  • Saturday AM - 9:00 AM to 12PM 
  • Saturday PM - 12:45 PM to 3:30 PM
  • Sunday AM - 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
  • Sunday PM - 12:45 PM to 3:30 PM

*Please note meeting locations and times are tentative and may change prior to January due to Covid-19 health plan changes.

Skill level

Minimum skill level is that riders must be able to load a chairlift unassisted AND must be able to do toe and heel edge turns on a blue run with confidence.  Further questions to help guide the coach team will be asked in the payment / registration form when signing up. 

Registration deadline is December 15, 2021

Contact if you have questions. 

Common Questions

What is included? Each participant will receive a Silver Star Club Jersey to advertise our valued sponsors. The program includes coaching by a trained Canada Snowboard Coach. 

What does a Rider need to have? Riders MUST have their own ski pass, snowboard, snowboard boots, helmet, goggles, gloves and be dressed for the weather conditions.

Do you ever cancel sessions? We try our best to run classes every week as scheduled.  In the event the temperature is -20 (or colder) with windchill we may cancel a session. In these cases the SS Freestyle will strive to make up missed sessions later in the season.  This may not be possible in all cases.  In the case of an "extraordinary" circumstance classes may be cancelled as well. 

What if we are late?  Usually a coach is available at the drop off area 15 minutes after the program starts to help your child join their group.  You can also txt 250-550-5322 if you have connection issues.

Refund Policy? Click here for current refund request information. 

Feel free to email SS Freestyle Program Director, Daniel Curtis, at if you have any questions regarding this program.

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We would like to acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia

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