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Tawatinaw Valley

Come to ski, snowboard or rent the chalet for your private event!

Come to ski, snowboard or rent the chalet for your private event!

Come to ski, snowboard or rent the chalet for your private event!Come to ski, snowboard or rent the chalet for your private event!

Our 2018-2019 Season End Report is here!


Tawatinaw Valley Ski Club AGM- Nov. 20 at 7 p.m.


The annual general meeting of the Tawatinaw Valley Ski Club will take place on November 20, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at the Tawatinaw Valley Chalet.

You must be a current season pass holder to vote at the AGM, but all interested parties are welcome to attend the meeting.

Season passes can be renewed / purchased at the Open House on October 27, 2019 from 1:00 - 4:00 or just prior to the AGM from 6:00 - 7:00 on November 20.

Nominations for board members will be accepted up to the date of the AGM and from the floor the night of.

Open positions currently include:

4 - two (2) year board positions

1 - one (1) year board position

We currently have 4 individuals nominated for board positions, so don't be scared to attend. Please also do not hesitate to let your name stand for a board position if you are interested in joining us.

If you would like to receive:

Minutes of the 2018 AGM

Agenda for the 2019 AGM

Revised Bylaws for Approval by Special Resolution

Please email to make your request.

Thank you!

Thank you!

A huge "thank you" as we finish our first season!

Thank you to everyone!! It is the end of our first ski season with our new Board, management and volunteers. 

We want to thank everyone who helped make it a success: Westlock County Council who accepted our revised proposal and who have encouraged us; County administration who have provided advice and support; our over 60 active volunteers who have put in thousands of hours; all of the tradespeople, professionals and businesses who have donated their time, talents and equipment; our local businesses who have supported our corporate sponsorship program; our local service clubs who made significant donations to help us get started; individuals and families who have made personal donations; the CWSAA and our fellow ski areas who were generous in their mentorship and advice; our clubs for their help and support to deliver programs; and our management and terrific staff who went over and above to make it work in a start-up year and to provide excellent activities and programs.

We want to also thank all of the people who came out and skiied, snowboarded, tubed, snowshoed, came for lunch and special events, brought school group and youth groups out....each of you contributed to making this first year a great one! 

We are looking forward to planning some summer and autumn events, and to next year's ski season, and to sharing all of that with you. We could not have done it without each and everyone one of you! 

We want to share the video made by Go Ski Alberta about Tawatinaw truly takes a village.