The Hemlock Ski Club is a family oriented ski racing club located near Harrison Hot Springs.

We are committed to being a family club, encouraging people to develop a lifelong love of skiing.

Our goal is to encourage fun, athletic skills, sportsmanship and to provide the opportunity for club members to achieve their highest potential, all in a healthy, safe and affordable manner.

We offer the Nancy Greene Program and the Alpine Racing Program.

2016/17 Season Registration now open

Lift passes at Hemlock Resort Pre Season sale deadline  Oct 31, 2016

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The Sunday dryland training at Burnaby Mountain Park (Conservation Area) is on rain or shine. We will meet at 10 am in front of Horizon restaurant (not open until 11 am for those coffee lovers). Be prepared for running, agility, speed and strength. Wear good running shoes, the extra set of dry cloths would be a good idea. The training will follow with a ski tuning clinic at 12.30pm 3683 E Hastings St. Vancouver. Ski tuning equipment and waxes will be available at discounted pricing. See you on Sunday! ... See MoreSee Less

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Hemlock Resort Pre-Season pass sale ends soon! ... See MoreSee Less

Pre-Season Pass Sale- Only 2 weeks left! Check out our new rewards program for Pass-holders! Share this photo to be entered to win a flex pass for this season! 🙂

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Thanks for participating in the training today. Great job on those bumps! We do not have a training next Sunday. See you on October 16th. Happy Thanksgiving! ... See MoreSee Less

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Mountain biking and dryland training is scheduled for Sunday Oct. 2 at 10am at Watershed Park in Delta ( 64 Ave and Hwy 91). We will meet at the first park entrance on 64th ave. ( just off Hwy 91 past Lyon Rd) on the attached map. Bring proper attire, biking gloves, water, snacks and good shoes. Bikes need to have good breaks; it would be good to refresh kids on using gears on their bikes - it is a trail biking. Parents welcome to join, it is lots of fun! See you there. ... See MoreSee Less

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