About CMAC Ski Racing

New member registration begins on October 1. Space is limited and early registration discounts end after October 15.

Crystal Mountain Alpine Club (CMAC) has been partnering with Crystal Mountain Resort from its inception in 1963. Since then, thousands of youth have come through the program to become lifelong talented all-mountain skiers, with some going on to race in college, on the US national team and even at the Olympics.

CMAC’s philosophy is to provide programs that are fun and enjoyable for all participants while developing strong skiing skills learned through structured training and directed free skiing using the entire mountain. This creates strong racers and excellent skiers with a deep love of the sport. The CMAC philosophy not only develops successful ski racers, but skiers who will participate in the sport throughout their lives. This philosophy also develops life skills that transcend sports.

In collaboration with Crystal Mountain, CMAC hosts several races each season. As well as being great opportunities for the racers to compete and have fun, parent volunteers get to enjoy the ski racing community and learn more about the sport through these events.

CMAC Programs

There is a range of programs from the Mighty Mite Prep program for first-time racers through to top level racing for high school athletes and even a master’s program for those who want to continue racing as adults. These programs are:

For more information on these programs click on the links for each program.

Home Race Schedule

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Registration for new families starts every year on October 1, with early registration discounts extending through October 15. Learn more about the registration process, but don’t delay because programs have registration caps!

You can learn more about CMAC through our extensive FAQ pages. To stay in touch, follow us on Facebook and join our email list.

Contact us

If you have any questions about CMAC, feel free to contact the Program Director, Alan Lauba at [email protected] or the Program Administrator, Dale Koetke at [email protected].