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Fundraising 2021

Posted by Prince George Ski Club at Sep 10, 2021 12:00AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Happy September everyone! With a chill in the air this morning and school supplies freshly purchased I wanted to share the dates for the fall fundraisers for the ski club so we can save the dates.

1. Sandbagging will be the weekend of September 17th -18th – Friday evening and all day Saturday and Sunday – we will need the support of our whole club for the one weekend
Sandbag deliveries September 24th (only a few folks needed for that one)
2. Wood Chopping October 12th to 17th
3. Ski Swap November 5th -6th
4. October 2nd proposed work bee at Ski Cabin

Registration Now Open!!

Posted by Prince George Ski Club at Aug 31, 2021 9:38AM PDT ( 0 Comments )

Alpine registration (U12E, U14, U16, U18 & FIS) – September 13th, 2021

Purden Nancy Greene program – September 13th, 2021

Hart Nancy Greene program (returning skiers) – September 20th, 2021

Hart Nancy Greene program (new skiers) – September 27th, 2021

PGSC COVID Agreement

Posted by Prince George Ski Club at Jan 2, 2021 6:59PM PST

Please ensure all members of your family have agreed to our COVID protocols prior to participation in any club activities. Complete the COVID agreement by clicking the link


We are looking for a fun, motivated, coaching team for this season. Please review the coach positions tab for further information.


Jeremy Allen for #SkiNorthBC

Troll is home to 1,729 vertical feet of elevation and a perfect spot for speed demons that take advantage of the resort’s ski racing. The longest run is six kms.

You’ll also find plenty of cruiser terrain at Troll Resort, perfect for young families, and intermediates. The family-run resort gets some awesome snow, and it’s easy to spend a whole day here exploring.

Enjoy the sweet vibes Troll. Get the low down on how to have the best weekend by reading this great story on SnowSeekers

You’re likely get to hear live music in the day lodge which only adds to the cozy ambiance while you’re having lunch, or putting your ski boots up during apres ski. It’s just one of the ways that the resort adds a local flavour to your skiing experience.

Bet you’ve never seen a dog sled team delivering mail before. Well you can in Quesnel, during the annual Gold Rush Trail Sled Dog Mail Run. Once a year. mushers and their fleet of huskies participate in the mail run, a fun event for the whole family, and a celebration of the history of the area.

When the sun shines at Troll Resort, it’s tough to beat. Local pro tip: Skies are typically clearer in the mornings which means getting out the door early to get in some sweet runs while you soak up a little Vitamin D.

Don’t pass up the deliciousness of the famed locally made cinnamon buns at Troll. A little dose of sugar will keep you going on all morning. But the soups and the burgers are excellent, too. We were blown away by the quality of the food that the small team in the kitchen puts out. Because you know, half the fun of skiing is re-fueling in the day lodge with your friends.

When You Go

Book your stay onsite at Troll through the AirBnB listing. But if you are looking to accommodate a bigger group, keep in mind Quesnel is only 40 mins down the road.

Quesnel is home to a bounty of Nordic ski, fat biking and snowshoe trails, uncovered in this recent Gold City story.

Troll Ski Resort is a happening place less then a two hours drive from Prince George Airport, home to increased WestJet service through this winter via WestJet link.

Enjoy the sweet vibes Troll. Get the low down on how to have the best weekend by reading this great story on SnowSeekers

Learn more about what B.C. has in store for you this winter by searching #SkiNorthBC or visit SnowSeekers #SkiNorthBC expedition page , where more stories and videos will be coming out all season long.