Canadian Ski MuseumCanadian Ski Hall of Fame
About the Museum


  • Foster awareness of the heritage of snow skiing/boarding and its contribution to Canadian society, economy and culture
  • Acquire and conserve artifacts and archival assets and promote public displays of artifacts and archival assets that reflect Canada’s snow skiing/boarding heritage.
  • Honour individuals and organizations that have made significant contributions to Canadian snow skiing/boarding
  • Nurture a sense of community, tradition and goodwill among those dedicated to the recognition of the Canadian snow skiing/boarding experience
  • Support endeavors of other partners with shared and complementary interests

Corporate Vision

To be a world class national snow skiing/boarding Museum and Hall of Fame that promotes:

  • A well-balanced and diversified program that reflects the full richness and importance of the snow skiing/boarding experience in Canada and its diverse regions
  • Professional standards of program design and delivery, consistent with a museum of national stature and world repute
  • Communication in Canada's Official Languages: English and French
  • A permanent site with access, relevance, and outreach in all provinces and territories
  • An engaging, accessible corporate character and spirit
Skijoring- skiers being pulled by horse

Skijoring- Skiers being pulled by a horse circa 1912