Registration for 2023/24 Season!!!

MHRC Members:

It’s time! Registration for the 2023-24 season will be opening on Friday September 1st at 10:00 am EST.

This is a special-access pre-sale for returning members.  Use the following link to register:

MHRC Registration via Glen Eden Website: Click Here

*for more details on each program, look for “Select Your Program” and then go down to “Competitive Programs” on the Glen Eden website.

Season Passes: Click Here



We fully expect our programs to sell-out, so please register ASAP.  We can’t hold spots and we can’t add people in once the teams are full.   Registration will open to new members who visited last year’s open house next and in September any remaining spots will be open to the general public.

For Competitive Teams, training times and schedules remain the same as last year and are posted on our website.

“JDL” has merged with Glen Eden’s “Learn to Race” program and will now be known as our “Racing Development Program.”  We are pleased to share that this program will once again offer both a Saturday and a Sunday option, from 9am-12pm on either day.

As a reminder, there are a few things that are different this year:

  1. We are now using Glen Eden’s registration system.
  2. The option to buy a specially discounted program lift pass is included (Those of you also on Glen Eden’s mail list, a few days before we open up MHRC registration you’ll see an email blast about registration for Glen Eden Snow School and Season Pass sales.  You don’t need to do anything, there’s no need to rush in to buy a Season Pass – that will be embedded in our registration process.  We are intentionally having Snow School sales separated by a few days so that Glen Eden’s initial rush can pass and also so that the general public doesn’t accidentally fill space in racing programs.)
  3.   To simplify prices, the “family fee” is now blended into individual registration fees
  4. MHRC’s liability waiver, privacy statement and photo release are all included as you register.  We will need to separately obtain acknowledgement of AOA’s concussion protocol and also the volunteer form, likely using TeamSnap

Don’t forget that all Competitive Team athletes need to complete their Alpine Ontario registration before they can participate in any program activities, including Dryland training.

Thinking about gearing up for this season? Check our website for equipment requirements and suggestions. And watch for an email coming soon with this year’s MHRC Ski Swap details.

**SAVE THE DATE:  Mt. Tremblant pre-Season Training: December 13th to 17th (registration to open in September)

Enjoy these last days of summer.  It’s time to start thinking about snow!

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