SEASON LONG PROGRAM & REGISTRATION INFORMATION
We are so excited to launch our registration for the upcoming 2021/2022 season!
Click the links below to view program descriptions, schedules, and fees for:
Please follow these registration guidelines below:
We continuously strive to be the most affordable alpine ski program in Whistler. With this in mind, we will be offering parents the option to pay program fees via INTERAC e-transfer to save on credit card processing fees. Parents have the option to send either the full program fee amount via e-transfer or 3 installments on September 15, October 15, and November 15.
For parents wishing to pay via credit card, we have either a full program fee payment option or else a 3 part installment plan. The installment plan has the first payment on the day of registration followed by October 15 and November 15.
At any point during the registration process, you are stuck or something isn’t working properly, please email Chris, our Executive Director, for help!
E-Transfer Payment Option Guide:
Step 1: Click this link to register and pay for your athlete’s Freestyle Canada/Freestyle BC membership. Please search “Whistler” and select “Whistler Blackcomb Freestyle Ski Club” as your club affiliation. Sorry for all the waivers!
Step 2: Click this link to register with Freestyle Whistler programs. A program description guide can be found below.
Step 3: When you get to the cart, please email [email protected] with your cart # as well as whether you would like to make a 1-time payment or a 3-time installment plan for the program fees. You are free to close your browser as it will viewable on our end. You will receive an invoice from us a week before the payment is due.
Credit Card Payment Option Guide:
Step 1: Click this link to register and pay for both the Freestyle Canada/Freestyle BC membership and Freestyle Whistler program fees.
Step 2: Please note that during the Freestyle Whistler program registration you will be prompted to purchase the FC/FBC membership.
***You can cancel your registration at any time before November 15th and receive a full program refund minus $50. If you cancel after Nov 15th, you will receive a full program refund minus a $250 admin fee.***
If you are having any issues or questions about programs please contact Executive Director, Chris Muir by phone at 604-905-8788 or email [email protected]
Whistler Freestyle offers both recreational and competitive programs for the sport of Freestyle Skiing with a focus on moguls and slopestyle/halfpipe training, development of strong acrobatic and all-mountain skiing skills.
Program Registration Notes
- Programs are subject to enrollment and coach availability. Please note program enrollments may be limited due to COVID.
- Freestyle Whistler reserves the right to place athletes in the appropriate age and ability groups.
- Age groups are determined by the calendar year ending December 31 i.e. so if 12 by Dec 31.
- All program registration, waivers, and payment must be complete before participation can begin.
- There is no pro-rating for late start or extended absence.
- There is no family discount.
Program Fee Refunds
You can cancel your registration at any time before November 15th and receive a full refund minus the $50 deposit. If you cancel after Nov 15th, you will receive a full refund minus a $250 admin fee.
In Season Refunds:
Our refund policy runs on a quarterly schedule. Participants will receive 75% by withdrawing before December 19th, 2021, 50% before February 5th, and 25% before March 6th. No refunds will be given after the March 5th date.
Program Fees do not include:
- Lift Tickets or Season Pass
- Coaching fees and travel costs to and from competitions or events.
- Parents will be given a rough estimate of these costs per event by the Program Director before the commitment date.
- Athlete or parental travel or accommodation to any events or competitions.
- Additional training or training camp or workshop expenses.
- A $100 volunteer levy for the Winter 21/22 season will be applied to your registration fee for all season-long programs with the ability to earn it back through volunteering for 5 hours this season. Club has been incurring extra costs each season for jobs/duties that volunteers could easily be doing. This levy is meant to encourage volunteerism.
- The time you put into volunteering will be monitored from December 18th, 2021 to the end of the season on April 17th, 2022. If you volunteer for 5 hours this season you will get a full credit of $100 to be applied to your account for future program use.
- More details will be given on volunteer opportunities throughout the season. They will include mogul course stepping and slipping, jump landing chopping, and airbag setup. Fundraising and helping out with competitions and events will also earn you hours. Ask us how you can volunteer to help and get your levy back. Our volunteer opportunities will be on our website in November.
Sea to Sky Pass:
Whistler Blackcomb offers Freestyle Whistler Club Members the option to purchase the Sea to Sky Student Pass. Parents who need this pass for their child are asked to check the box on registration. All athletes indicating that they require one will be added to the list submitted to WB. Parents are then asked to call WB Guest Services once an email has been sent out confirming that they are available for purchase. 20/21 price was $479 +GST. The 21/22 Pass price is still TBD we will let our members know as soon as it is available.
In order to social distance and stay safe this winter we will have the following protocols when training on Whistler Blackcomb :
- All programs will meet outside the new Gemini Freestyle Center on Blackcomb Mountain. Athletes will be able to warm up and use the training facilities while all athletes convene.
- All Mountain Freestyle and Big Mountain Freestyle Programs will start training at 8:50 am and lunch at 11:15 am. Development Team and Performance Program will begin training at 9:20 am and lunch at 12 pm.
- Lunch will take place at the Gemini Freestyle Center. All tables and chairs will be sanitized between each group sitting.
We are currently waiting on Freestyle Canada and Freestyle BC for the winter 2022 competition details. Once they become available we will update this section as well as update members via email.
As a not-for-profit organization, fundraising is part of the Freestyle Whistler operational budget. We appreciate and encourage your support during the season with our operational fundraising efforts to continue to keep our program fees accessible and to support the long-term legacy of our club and the newly built Gemini Freestyle Centre.
Inclement Weather Policy:
If training sessions must be canceled due to unforeseen circumstances such as weather, emergency, road, or facility closure. Freestyle Whistler reserves the right to choose make-up options; provide refunds or credit accounts to be used for programs within one year.
Athletes in the All Mountain and Big Mountain Freestyle programs require twin-tip skis, poles, helmets, goggles. A second pair of skis is not necessary but mogul skis (if you can find them) are recommended for mogul training.
We recommend that Development and Performance athletes have a second pair of skis (identical to the pair being used day to day) so that if a ski or binding breaks they can resume training. We have a locked area for athletes to store spare equipment.
Note: Athletes must have ski edges intact to be able to use the Airbag Facility. Broken edges rip the bag material rendering it not useable for training.
Our refund policy runs on a quarterly schedule. Participants will receive 75% by withdrawing before December 20th, 50% before February 6th, 25% before March 6th. No refunds will be given after the March 6th date.