Training Times



for 2020/2021


Tuesdays: 6:00-8:00

Thursdays:  6:00-8:00



Tuesdays: 6:00-8:30

Thursdays:  6:00-8:30


Optional Weekend Trips!

Stay tuned for more information.





Nitehawk Conditions

Nancy Greene Skiers (NG)

Ages 4 – 11 (represent the majority of the club)


Training Times:

Tuesday and Thursday Evenings, 6:00PM - 8:00 PM 

Have the option to attend big mountain training 2x per month (training included in Team Registration Fee) held in Marmot Basin, Powder King and other locations to be determined!

Hotels and Lift passes will be an additional cost for these weekend trips.


Register on September 30th, 2020




Registration Fees 2020-2021



Your registration will include the Team Fee + Alberta Alpine Family Membership + Alberta Alpine Racer Membership


Nitehawk Alpine Ski Team Registration Fee:

U8 - U12  Ages 4 - 11: $340 


Alberta Alpine Membership Fee (One per family):  $50
Alberta Alpine Racer Membership: 

U8  Ages 4 - 7: $135

U12  Ages 8 - 11: $170




For example:

A 2 racer family, with one child U8 and one child U12:

- Family Fee $50

- Team Fee $ 340 + $340

- Racer Fee $135 + $170




Ski Passes to Nitehawk and other hills are additional costs and to be purchased directly from the hills.

Group rates are negotiated,




For registration questions, please contact: 

Kari Anderson - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



The Nancy Greene Ski League is a national program, inaugurated shortly after Nancy Greene Raine's success at the 1968 Grenoble Olympic Winter Games. Since then, the program has been successful in introducing thousands of children to alpine skiing. Many of Canada’s top international skiers received their early training in Nancy Greene Ski League programs.

Alberta Alpine's program for entry-level skiers five to ten years of age is the Banff Lodging Company Nancy Greene Ski League. The program introduces children to basic ski techniques and skills, basic safety rules, and teamwork. Enjoyment of the sport and the mountain environment is also emphasized. The program is aligned with the Fundamental phase of the Alpine Integration Model (AIM) and the Husky Skill Awards program.