Snowflake Ski Club


Junior Snowflake Ski Club Signup Night

Join us at either Mt. La Crosse on December 4th at 7:00 pm or Westby High School on December 5th at 7:00 pm to see how you can learn to ski jump! The meeting will introduce parents and kids to the world of ski jumping through a video presentation and Q&A session. Choose either meeting based on your preference, each meeting will provide the same information.

Snowflake has one of the largest facilities in entire Midwest for ski jumping. We have hills that are 5, 10, 20, 40, 65 and 118 meters in size. New jumpers will start on the 5 meter, or “bunny hill,” and progress to the next largest jump as their skill level and coach’s discretion permits. The ski club is one of nearly a dozen other clubs in the Central Division that hosts ski jumping training and competitions throughout the winter.

The Junior Snowflake Ski club is looking for 7-11 year olds that are interested in trying ski jumping. Starting at this age allows the jumpers to start at the same time as their peers in other clubs, so there is continuity across the country.

Ski jumping isn’t just for boys. Women’s ski jumping will be in the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. The USA Nordic Men’s team has also shown strong results. There has never been a better time for boys and girls to start the quest of learning how to fly.

For more information contact Matt Keuler at 608-799-1071 or

Snowflake Ski Jumping Tournament Gallery

Click the image below to view a gallery of pictures from the Snowflake Ski Jumping Tournament.

Snowflake Senior Tournament – Westby
Ski jumping tournament in Westby, Wisconsin.

The Ski Jump Complex

The ski jump complex at Snowflake consists of five jumps all located in the same area of beautiful Timber Coulee. The largest is a 118 meter Olympic-sized hill used for national and international competitions. The Large Hill Meet is held early each year in February and attracts not only U.S. ski jumpers but competitors from around the world. The four smaller hills at the site include a 65 meter hill, Many Olympic and world-class ski jumpers have competed at the Snowflake Ski Jumping Complex.
as well as smaller 40, 20, and 10 meter hills for training junior jumpers. Many Olympic and world-class ski jumpers have competed at the Snowflake Ski Jumping Complex.The junior competition is usually held at Snowflake in early January of each year. The Large Hill and Junior Meets are exciting annual events that draw large crowds of spectators.

Club members donate many hours preparing and grooming the hills. Our snowmaking and grooming equipment keep the hills in good condition regardless of natural snowfall.

Volunteers Needed

Join us to be part of the event that brings the world to Westby, Wisconsin! No special skills necessary.

For more information on work days or to be added to the volunteer list that is contacted before every work day, email or call (608) 634-3211.

Snowflake Ski Club Meetings

The 2017 Snowflake Ski Club meetings will be held the second Wednesday of every month at 8 p.m. at the Snowflake Club House in Timber Coulee.

Interested in becoming a Jumper?

Kids of all ages can learn to ski jump.
Contact us for more information today!
Click here for more information on how to Become a Member

Donate to the Junior Snowflake Ski Club

Click the link below to donate to the Junior Snowflake Ski Club.
Ski jumping equipment is very expensive. Potential jumpers looking to try the sport could easily be turned off by the sticker shock. The Junior Snowflake Ski Club continuously raises money to purchase equipment to rent to the jumpers at a very low rate. All of the proceeds from your donation will be used to purchase equipment for the junior jumpers.
Thank you for your support!