Join us for our 5th annual Youth Safety Day. We are holding the event this yr. on Sat. Feb. 16/19 Family Day Wknd.
Adults and their children are welcome to join us for a day learning about snowmobile safety.
Youth 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult. All riders must wear a transceiver.
Trail passes for young riders will be provided by the club.
Meet us in the Greeting Centre in the front Boulder lot, 4177 Westside Rd. before 9 a.m.
We are learning about snowmobile safety and then using those skills riding up to the cabin.
Avalanche Canada will talk to us about our gear, how to use it and how to find and use the tools they provide for snowmobilers.
Revelstoke Search and Rescue will talk to us about being prepared and how to initiate a search and what you should be doing while you are lost.
We will end the day at the Greeting Centre again. We do have some great handouts for the youth to start their own safety kits that are donated by our amazing sponsors.
We have spaces for 30 youth to join us.
Please send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org We need to know your names and how many will be attending (adults and youth), Do you need to borrow avalanche gear?
If you have a young riding buddy please make plans to come out and spend the day with us.
Hosted by Kathy Burke (RSC Director) and Nadine Overwater (RSC member and Avalanche Canada Ambassador)
Sunday, February 17, 2019
Nadine Overwater and Cody Borchers will be leading youth on “a day in the life of a backcountry rider” where we emphasize the importance of avalanche safety and preparation. There will be lots of gear and terrain discussion and hands on learning in addition to some riding techniques and coaching.
Youth 16 and up will be out riding with the pros on their own. Ages 15 and under will be out with their parents learning together.
Cost $250 for the day
Email email@example.com to register or for details.
There will be a $100 discount offered to those youth who attend the Youth Day hosted by Revelstoke Snowmobile Club and Avalanche Canada on Saturday, February 16, 2019. This is a free event and is a one day, hands-on training and information session with lots of activities and prizes. For more details visit
This a a great opportunity for you to get out with your youth over the family day weekend and explore and learn how the pros approach the backcountry and dealing with avalanche terrain and hazards. It will be a fun atmosphere and a great way to meet other like-minded kids and families!