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Ski & Snowboard Clubs

Tyee Ski Club (6-16 years)

One of Canada's oldest and best known winter clubs, Tyee Ski Club offers exciting and competitive skiing and racing programs for children and teenagers. 

In addition to excellent coaching and great programs, Tyee Club members enjoy fun social events and off-season training programs. For membership details, email or visit

Vancouver Freestyle Club (6-18 years)

A local member-operated amateur sport club for children and teenagers. They offer freestyle ski coaching programs for both the recreational and competitive skier, from beginner to aspiring competitor. 

For more information, visit

Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports (VASS)

Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports (VASS) provides skiing and snowboarding programs for persons with disabilities on our spectacular North Shore Mountains. 
VASS is a non-profit organization run by volunteers that accommodates all disabilities and levels from beginner through to advanced. Instructors are qualified with The Canadian Association of Disabled Skiers instructor certification. VASS is associated with Disabled Skiers Association of BC and The Canadian Association of Disabled Skiing, and offers Learn-to-Ski/board, Skill improvement, Recreational Adaptive Racing Programs and advanced Adaptive Race Training (in cooperation with the Tyee Ski & Snowboard Club). It's a fun and worthwhile opportunity for volunteerism in our community. 

VASS programs include: Sit-skiing Bi-Skis, Mono-skis. Sit-skis make it possible for people with limited lower body strength, including those with paraplegia and quadriplegia, bilateral lower extremity amputations, or developmental disabilities to ski. Stand-up Skiing Standing skiers may require specialized teaching techniques or adaptive equipment such as outriggers, a ski walker or poles to help compensate for limitations in mobility and/or cognitive function. 

Grouse Mountain supports VASS in its goal of making winter sports accessible to all people. For a detailed description of VASS student programs and opportunities for volunteers please visit

North Shore Snowboard Team

Through the continued support of Canada~Snowboard and the British Columbia Snowboard Association, NSST's programs guide riders through the steps of competition at the local, Provincial and National levels. All athletes are encouraged to follow a dynamic training schedule based upon individual areas of interest. NSST's goal is to provide the highest level of coaching to all athletes while promoting a safe, positive and fun environment in which athletes may develop their abilities and progress towards their own personal goals.