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Masters Program

2022 Franconia Ski Club Masters Race Training & Gate Clinic

Masters Training: 9:00 - 11:00 am, Saturdays, Jan. 8- March 26, 2022

FSC is once again excited to be hosting the Racing Training & Gate Training Clinic at Cannon Mountain.  The program runs on Saturday mornings 9:00-11:00.  We alternate slalom and giant slalom each weekend.  With our enthusiastic group of gate warriors, we are also excited to share the experience with the new ski racers that have joined the group.  This is a perfect way to improve your free skiing or touch up your skills in the gates.  High School Racers are welcome to join us for additional training on great Cannon Mountain terrain.

Registration prior to participation is strongly encouraged.  You can sign up for individual sessions or save money by purchasing a Season's Pass or Six-Pack.  Please use the Registration Link below.

  • Single Session:  $50
  • Six Pack:  $275
  • Season's Pass:  $450

Please note for the 2022 season, Cannon Mountain is limiting lift ticket sales. If you do not have a season pass, you may order a $49 training ticket with Bill Connor by Thursday of each week to ensure that we have a ticket for you.  There will be NO tickets available if you have not reserved ahead of time.  You may then use the following link to register for the training:

 FSC Masters Registration Page

Training starts at 9:00 every Saturday morning.  Please refer to our online training schedule.

We will meet at the bottom of the T-Bar, adjacent to the New Mittersill Performance Center, when the lift opens, generally 8:30. Training course generally opens at 9:00 AM.

Hill assignments are done on a weekly basis, and can change. Please be sure to check the training schedule page on Friday evening or Saturday morning for the exact location.

FSC Masters Training Schedule

Every week, our training will alternate between Slalom and Giant Slalom. The rotation continues, even if training is cancelled.  As always, please be prepared for a change in conditions or training  terrain. Having both Slalom and GS equipment, on any given training day, is optimal.

Please remember to use shin guards, pole guards and face protection for SL training.

Scott Bassett