The Lake Louise Junior Big Mountain Challenge returns for its 15th season for what will be another exciting event to earn those valuable points. As always, The North Face will be there with lots of epic prizing & giveaways!
The event is a part of the North American Freeride Junior Tour, sanctioned by the International FreeSkier & Snowboarder Association. Freeriders compete in Big 7 over the course of two days and are judged on line, control, fluidity, technique, and style. This is a Regional Event.
- Ages 7-11 Boys Ski.
- Ages 7-11 Girls Ski.
- Ages 12-14 Boys Ski.
- Ages 12-14 Girls Ski.
- Ages 15-18 Junior Men Ski.
- Ages 15-18 Junior Women Ski.
- Ages 15-18 Junior Men Snowboard.
- Ages 15-18 Junior Women Snowboard.
Registration details will be announced shortly – please check back.
Discounted Lift Tickets
We will be offering 20% off the multi-day rate for lift tickets. This will be made available to parents, coaches & siblings.
Coaches who are IFSA Certified are eligible for a lift ticket deal. Certain criteria must be met. Please email email@example.com for details.
Safety is our top priority. We are committed to providing exceptional experience to our guests & staff in the safest possible environment. The Lake Louise Ski Resort has a current Safety Assurance Policy which outlines the day to day operations at the resort. Additional COVID protocols will be announced pertaining to this event to ensure that athletes, parents, volunteers, judges & coaches will be safe. No lodge space will be utilized, registration will take place online only as well as check in, and spectating will be kept to a minimum. More details will be provided soon.
Note: Cancellation Policy: If a rider requests a refund more than two weeks prior to the event date, a full refund (minus transaction fees) will be issued. If a rider requests a refund less than two weeks before the event date, a 50% refund (minus transaction fees) will be issued. No refunds will be provided for cancellations made less than one week before the event date.
INSPECTION RULES & OTHER DETAILS
These Inspection Rules are governed by the IFSA and the Lake Louise Ski Resort Patrol.
- Athletes may go in and INSPECT their lines only at this time, which includes skiing or riding down and looking at the features.
- One coach may be present with the Athlete. If the Athlete is an Independent, one parent may be present.
- Athletes are NOT allowed to jump over any features.
- Athletes MUST have their bib number, details of this will be posted prior to the event.
- This area will be monitored by the Technical Director and athletes will be DQ’d if these rules are not followed.
Bibs & Gear
Athletes will have bib numbers assigned to them on a label that will stick to their helmet. Helmets & Back Protectors are MANDATORY in this event.
All participants must sign an event waiver for the Lake Louise Ski Resort as well as the IFSA. An Athlete Package will be emailed out to parents prior to the event which will include both waivers.