Calgary Alpine Racing Club
The history of the club dates back to 1975 where athletes skied at Mt Norquay. At that time the club was known as the Mount Norquay Racing Club. In 2002 the club moved to Nakiska Ski Resort (host of the alpine events of the 1988 Olympic Games) and changed its name to Calgary Alpine Racing Club (“CARC”). CARC is a full service family oriented ski club. Only a short 49 minute drive from Calgary, our location at Nakiska Ski Resort is extremely convenient. We also provide transportation from Canada Olympic Park to Nakiska for both the K2/U16 and Junior/FIS Programs.
CARC takes great pride in the programs we offer and are very proud of the accomplishments of all of our athletes. The club is currently represented on the Canadian National Ski Team by 2009 World Downhill Champion John Kucera, and on the National Ski Cross team by 2010 Olympian Brady Leman. There are two programs offered by CARC for your future ski racing stars.
14 – 15 yrs
16 + yrs
|Days On Snow||120+||120+|
|Year End Club Day|
|3 Day Christmas Camp|
|Dryland Training Program|
|Local Transportation to Nakiska|
|REGISTER U16 NOW @ Zone4||REGISTER FIS NOW @ Zone4|
* Not including registration fees and race expenses.
For more information regarding CARC Programs please contact the Calgary Alpine Program and Technical Director.