CWSAA All Area Pass Holder Important Update

CWSAA All Area Pass Holder Important Update

Access to all RCR Areas: Fernie, Kicking Horse, Kimberley and Nakiska

CWSAA has just been informed that RCR will be issuing a season pass again to all CWSAA Competitor Passholders for the 2023/24 season. Please notify all ski clubs and athletes / parents that have been issued 2023/24 CWSAA Competitor Pass of the direct lift to access process.


  1. Athlete & Coach to fill out on-line waiver (link is below).
  2. After completing the waiver, they will enter their  ‘Pass Release Agreement ID” that is generated at the end of the waiver process.
  3. Step Two – enter in personal information including CWSAA Pass Number.
  4. RCR will approve and send email confirmation they have been approved.  Please allow  3 to 4 days for this process to be completed.
  5. They can go to any one of Resorts of the Canadian Rockies ski resorts and pick up their season pass.

Conditions of Use

  • The seasons pass issued with this application is valid only for the person whose photograph appears on it. Should any other person attempt to use this pass it will be confiscated without rebate and that person will be prosecuted under the Criminal Code of Canada.
  • In the event of misconduct or non-observation of the ski area safety regulations (or Skiers Responsibility Code) on the part of the pass holder, he/she will be prohibited use of the lifts as determined by the management.
  • The holder of this pass assumes all risk of personal injury or loss or damage to property.
  • The season pass is nontransferable.
  • If lost or stolen, there is a $20 charge for a replacement pass.
  • Passholders without their pass may receive a lift ticket on the first occurrence. On additional days the pass-holder will be required to purchase a replacement pass.
  • This pass remains the property of Resorts of the Canadian Rockies Inc and affiliated companies and resorts.

Officials update at BC Alpine Vancouver Office (Online Stream Available) November 11th

Officials update at BC Alpine Vancouver Office (Online Stream Available) November 11th

Sign up is now online for the BC Alpine 2023/24 season Officials Update. This event is available to anyone who is interested, but we have limited capacity for the in-person portion, so please sign up as soon as possible if you intend to attend!

Sign up via the calendar (dark blue button below) with your ACA Officials Profile in order to get attendance credit on your officials transcript.

Also, to help us better plan for the event, please complete the required form using the light button below.

An official agenda will come out closer to the event time, but expect a similar schedule to last season with the meeting running from noon through 5pm and including rule updates for the season, case studies from previous seasons and overviews of what’s happening with this year’s race calendar in British Columbia. – Keven

New “International FIS Athlete Service Fee”

Alpine Canada Alpine has introduced a new fee for athletes who are participating in an international program outside of Canada and electing to start in FIS competitions.

Examples of programs that Canadian athletes participate in outside of Canada include (but are not limited to):
• USA Academies (Burke Mtn, GMVS etc.),
• USA Universities (Montana State, UVM, Plymouth etc.)
• USA Colleges (Post secondary etc.)
• USA Clubs (Steamboat, Vail, Palisades / Tahoe etc.)
• International club or academy programs (ISRA, LIT, Orsatus, Apex2100 etc.)

In order to provide the service required to support these athletes while residing and competing outside of Canada, an annual fee of $150.00 CAD is now applicable.

More information about this annoucement is available via ACA’s release on the fee linked HERE.

Athletes who fall into this criteria should contact in order to register in this new program so that they maintain FIS start eligibility.

CWSAA All Areas Pass Application 2023-24 Season

DEADLINE: August 11, 2023

All BC Alpine FIS-registered athletes who are actively training and competing in FIS sanctioned events and were born between 2003-2007 are eligible to apply for a CWSAA All Areas Pass for the 2023-24 season.
Please note that both the clubs as well as the applicants each have an application process to complete by the Aug 11 deadline. This is different than previous seasons where only the clubs had to specify a list of eligible candidates by the deadline so please share this post with eligible cardholders.

All eligible athletes and coaches need to fill out the appropriate 1Risk waiver before the Aug 11 deadline. An overview of the process as well as the link to the appropriate waiver depending on your age as well as province of residence is available at THIS LINK. Please read the document fully and pick the appropriate link at the bottom.

Photos for passes need to be uploaded via CWSAA’s PHOTO UPLOADER.

As in previous seasons, BC Alpine clubs must use the “All Area Passes” tab found in to specify which athletes/coaches will be applying for passes this season.

Passes will only be allocated to qualified athletes and coaches who have both completed their 1Risk Release Agreement by August 11, 2023 and have been submitted by their club to BC Alpine.

FIS Forms for 2024 Season

FIS Forms for 2024 Season

Starting this season, BC Alpine has introduced a FIS paperwork upload/tracking system into our member update page. Any members who have FIS registrations will see at the top of their member update page a list of documents to be uploaded as shown in the example image below.

When clicking on any of the forms, a pop up will show which includes more information about the form, a link to download a blank one as well as an upload form to submit the form once it is completed.

Once uploaded the form will show as “Awaiting Approval.” BC Alpine will receive notification of all uploaded forms and confirm that they are correctly filled out. If there are problems we will reach out to the member who uploaded it directly. If the form is correct we will mark it as Approved.

Clubs will be able to view a list of all their FIS registered members in their club administration page with status of all required FIS paperwork for those members.

We hope this new paperwork management process simplifies FIS registrations going forward as it will provide a central spot for all paperwork to be downloaded, submitted and tracked.

How do members get access to their member update page?

All members who are registered with BC Alpine will get an email within 24 hours inviting them to their member update page. If you are a member who has not received this email, please check with your club that you are registered for the season to see if they have activated you with BC Alpine, as well as your junk/spam folder for the invitation. You may also request access to the page directly by clicking the heading “Registration” and then “Member Waiver Sign / Contact Update” in the BC Alpine Member’s site at Members not able to see their registration or access this site should reach out to their club and ask them to confirm that the email address attached to their registration is correct.