Alberta Alpine registration for the 2016-2017 season is NOW OPEN.

Contact your club registrar to register for all programs. Any athlete including FIS, U12, U14, U16, U18, U21 or Senior National Card athlete who intends to train or race, including dryland training, should register prior to their first training session. The registration and insurance cycles run from July 1 to June 30 each year.

AASA Membership Fees 2016-2017 final

All registrations must come through Zone4. Please contact your club for all 2016-17 registrations including FIS. All required forms and information sheets are posted below. The registration deadline will be September 1, 2016 for FIS form submission. – for online registration – for club services


  • FIS licenses run from July 1 to June 30 every year. Although the early registration deadline is August 19, if an athlete intends to train or race prior to this date, (including dryland training) they should be registered by June 28 in order to activate their license by July 1.
  • Any athlete within 50 points of the top ranked athlete in any of the 4 major disciplines (DH, SG,GS, SL) based off the 13th FIS points list 2015/16 must complete a new CCES Athlete Information and Declaration form.  This also requires athletes to follow some online curriculum which is linked to on the form. Athletes who qualify for this program will be contacted by Alberta Alpine directly.
  • In order for your training to be covered under the CSA Liability Insurance Program, the CSA Discipline and the CSA must approve all out of country training. All groups training outside of Canada must complete the Out of Country Training Sanction Request. Any athlete travelling outside Canada must have appropriate SAIP insurance before departure. SAIP Class 4 (7 day coverage) or Class 5 (14 day coverage) is valid for non-FIS athletes for US travel, with SAIP Class 2 for all other international travel.
  • All FIS athletes should be booking an appointment with their physician ASAP in
order to have the medical evaluation completed in a timely manner.
  • All athletes will register through their home clubs, including AST members and university students.


  • NEW for the 2016-17 Season: AASA Membership Services has created a concussion registration form to be completed by ALL athletes/ families to both inform and capture necessary signatures. This form will be completed annually during the registration process.

Please contact Member Services at or 403-609-4730, ext.0 for further information.

Canada West Competitor Pass

The Canada West Ski Areas Association believes that deserving young ski and snowboard athletes should be given all the support possible to reach their goal to one day represent Canada in Olympic Games, World Championships or World Cups. For this reason CWSAA created the ALL AREAS COMPETITOR PASS to facilitate eligible athletes access to participating CWSAA ski areas for the purpose of training and competition. All athletes must understand that the use of the competitor Pass is a privilege that carries with it the responsibility to conduct themselves in a sportsman like fashion, showing leadership to their fellow athletes. An athlete who is disciplined for pass infractions or other disciplinary issues at a host ski area, such as breach of the Alpine Responsibility Code or other irresponsible behaviour, or who has received sanctions from their provincial sport organization will automatically be disqualified from the All Area Competitor Pass Program.

All relevant 2016-17 CWSAA information and application documents are posted below.  All FIS athletes need to submit the application form, printed and signed in colour as well as a digital photo, to their club when submitting their FIS registration.  Please review all information carefully prior to submission.  Applications are due by Friday August 19th, 2016 at 4pm MST.

Please note that an application does not guarantee a pass, however must be completed in order to be eligible for a pass. This is an application and each province and discipline is allowed a quota from the Canada West Ski Areas Association. In past years, Alberta Alpine has received enough passes for all FIS athletes who compete full time with Alberta clubs.

The Competitor Pass may only be used by the passholder named on the pass. The pass is not transferable and will be revoked for misuse. Athletes who discontinue regularly scheduled training programs or competitions, except due to injury, must return the Competitor Pass to their respective provincial sport organization. A pro-rated refund will be provided.

In the case of a lost pass, the athlete should contact Member Services at Alberta Alpine as soon as possible to report the loss.  All Western Canadian Ski Areas will be notified and a new pass will be issued to the athlete. A $100 administrative charge will be applied to replace a lost pass.

2016-2017 CWSAA Fee Structure

  • Athletes- $525 plus GST
  • Coaches- $1,050 plus GST

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