Community Partners

Canadian Ski Patrol

The Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) is a National Organization that provides safety and rescue services to ski areas across Canada. A volunteer driven organization, the CSP actively recruits and trains thousands of ski patrollers who provide beneficial services at ski areas throughout Canada.


Mount Seymour Ski Club

The Mount Seymour Ski Club

The Mount Seymour Ski Club is the club to join! The Club was established in 1936 to share and enjoy the mountains and snow sports offered on Mount Seymour. The Club has been in continuous operation since then, making it the second oldest ski club in British Columbia.

The Mount Seymour Ski Club is a non profit organization run by members for the members. Come be a part of the Mount Seymour community.


Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports

Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports (VASS)

Incorporated in 1996, Vancouver Adaptive Snow Sports (VASS) is a registered non-profit society offering skiing and snowboarding activities to persons with all disabilities across Lower Mainland.

VASS students are of all ages and a variety of disabilities including amputee, cerebral palsy, brain injury, mentally challenged paraplegics, quadriplegics, muscular sclerosis, or visually impaired. To meet the needs of its members, VASS offers nine different programs, available at Mount Seymour, from the beginner to the advanced levels.


The Chill Foundation

Chill Foundation

The mission of the Chill Foundation is to provide opportunities for at-risk and underserved youth to build self-esteem and life skills through boardsports. Over the last two winters the Chill Foundation has introduced about 200 Lower Mainland youth to snowboarding.


The First Nations Snowboard Team

The First Nations Snowboard Team (FNST) is the only organization of its kind operated entirely by First Nation snowboarders. Their mission is "To improve the quality of life and empower Aboriginal youth across Canada by using the winter sport of snowboarding as a fundamental tool for excellence".