Kokanee Valley Race Series
The Kokanee Valley Race Series is held on Thursdays throughout the season.
Dates:
Daily: Dec 22 - Dec 22
Daily: Jan 12 - Jan 12
Daily: Feb 16 - Feb 16
Daily: Mar 02 - Mar 02
Daily: Mar 09 - Mar 09
Cost:
Single Event Pre-registration: $35. Series Pass: $150 - Limited Availability. Day of registration: $40 Limited Availability. Please note we cannot accept cash payments.

KOKANEE VALLEY RACE SERIES


Come out and have some fun with your friends and coworkers. The series is open to skiers, snowboarders and telemarkers with different gender and age divisions. No racing experience is required to join in on the fun of recreational racing. All you need is the desire to participate and we'll look after the rest.

Everyone is eligible to win great prizes each race.

Awards and presentations are still to be confirmed. Video will be available online after the event.


Dates and Schedule



2022-2023 DATES DISCIPLINE REGISTRATION LOCATION - ON MOUNTAIN RACE LOCATION RESULTS
Dec 22nd GS Rendezvous Lodge - Downstairs  Ross' Gold View Results
Jan 12th GS Rendezvous Lodge - Downstairs Ross' Gold View Results
Feb 16th        
March 2nd        
March 9th        

Event Information


Waivers

Please note, all Participants must sign a Waiver prior to competing. Competitors must be at least 19 years old to participate.


Entry Fees

Pre-register for $35 per race or purchase a Series Pass to all 5 races for $150 for massive savings.

 

*Please Note - Day of registrations are very limited and we cannot accept cash payments this season.


Race Training

Check out the Blackcomb Race Centre to sharpen your skills.


Equipment

Helmets are mandatory at all race events.


Awards & Prizes

Awards and presentation are still to be confirmed for the upcoming season. Please stay tuned for more details.



Disciplines


The main difference between Slalom, GS and Super G is the course layout (how 'turn-y' the course is, based on how far apart the gates are). Slalom is the "tightest" and the gates get further apart and the speeds increase in a GS and even more so in a Super G.


Slalom

  • Average 40-50 second course
  • Offers more gates, more turns, (and for many) more fun than the other disciplines.
  • Speeds are slower but there is definitely more happening with more turns to be made between the start and the finish.
  • Two run, combined time format.
  • The course is reset between run 1 and run 2.
GS (Giant Slalom)

  • Average 50-60 second course
  • Offers moderate spacing between the gates.
  • The most appealing style of racing for those who have never done it before - and still really fun for those who have.
  • Two run, combined time format for results.
  • The course is reset between run 1 and run 2.
Super G

  • Average 50-60 second course
  • Offers moderate spacing between the gates.
  • The highest speed race.
  • Two run, Best of format for results. Second run is optional and only if conditions allow
  • No reset.