Winter Wonderland

Thunderhill-Mardi-Gras 9

 

Thunderhill is host to some of the best outdoor recreation in the Swan River Valley. Featuring over 22 groomed downhill ski runs, two runs almost 3/4 mile with 450 ft. of vertical. You will also find approx. 2.2 km of unmarked cross-country ski trails & snowshoe trails. After an adventure in the outdoors you will find a hot lunch and a cozy chair by the wood stove in the chalet.

More Information...
Sensational Summer

 

Take the beautiful scenic drive up to the top of Thunderhill and experience the best view the Swan River Valley has to offer. It's the perfect place to watch for wildlife and experience the beauty of nature. Thunder Hill is also a playground for mountain bikes.

More Information...
What's New at the Hill

Thunderhill-update 1

 

The Thunderhill Ski Club has been working hard to create an even better skiing experience. Phase II is now complete! With two faster Doppelmayr T-bars now in place, the hill offers the area's best skiing. The longest run from top to bottom is almost 3/4 of a mile with a vertical drop of 450 ft!

More Information...
Latest News

2015/16 Season


Updated Dec. 12/2017

50 Years - 1967-2017

SNOW

Where

is the

Snow!!!

Yes Still Waiting For Snow


Check out facebook page

Click in at the bottom of the home page

204-281-2407

 

Call 204-734-2573  (H) or

204-281-2407  (C) for more info

Chalet 204-539-2626

 

 

Board Members/Staff

Thunderhill Ski Club Inc.
Board of Directors
(volunteer)

Mel Edmunds - President
James Webb - Vice President
Bruce Ash - 2nd Vice President
Carolyn Baldwin - Sec./Treas
Ken Carstairs
Kevin Betcher
Leon Delaurier
Lew McClurg
Scott Martin
Stuart Coulthart
Edwin Cotton
Operations Manager - Harvey Baldwin

STAFF 2016/2017


Edwin Cotton , Pat Hancharyk,
  Brynlee Spencer, Austin Spencer, Clayton Spencer,
Jessica Hack, Jeff Ostachuk, Leigh Ostachuk, Chayce Ostackuk.
 Dean Kalinowsky, Ross Taylor, John Taylor,
Brittany Vandepoole, Jessica Watts, Brook Watts,
Anika Badowski, Ireland Staples, McKenna Staples,
Shirley Hack, Dennis Hack, Lew Taylor, John Dvorak,

Instructors

Pat Martin, Andrea Wolghmuth, Shelley Kane, Brittany Kane

 

 

 

VOLUNTEERS

Thunderhill Ski Area
is non-profit  volunteer based

Many of the adults working at the hill:
maintaince, grooming, the many months before ski season, building the terrain park, opening the road, ski patrol, instructors

Summer work: cutting the slopes, painting, cleaning, putting the club away for the summer

There is always a project on the go....

ALL VOLUNTEERS

Check out the volunteer/donation board in the chalet for the many people and businesses who support this winter sport

"Thunderhill is  managed by a volunteer board of directors, supported by the community"

Facebook Image
A PLACE SO NATURAL... THAT INCLUDES OUR PEOPLE

The rich experience of the staff spans generations. Many of us first learned to ski on these runs. Thunderhill  has proudly exported workers to major ski resorts across Canada. More than people with jobs, we seek to serve you with knowledge, skill, warmth and a strong sense of ownership. Many volunteers lending a hand is what makes THUNDERHILL. We take pride in the fact that we are a part of our community.

Ski Instructor by appointment 204-281-2407.

Our shop can cold wax skis and snowboards  upon request.

Ski Patrol volunteers are on hand every day, providing encouragement and an added atmosphere of security.