Are you interested in volunteering for the Silver Star Freestyle Club?
We are always looking for volunteers for the upcoming season.

Apply today!

    For questions please contact:

    [email protected]

    Other Training

    SS Freestyle partners and works closely with local facilities and program providers to offer its members training that fits their needs year around in the North OkanaganClick on the links below to see more details.

    Treeline registration: Cick here

    Come to Treeline Park, an exclusive and private freestyle terrain park for Silver Star Freestyle Club members. 

    This dry slope rails and trampoline facility gives Silver Star Freestyle club a year-round advantage when it comes to training.  Treeline is sanctioned by Canada Snowboard, Freestyle Canada, BC Snowboard, and Freestyle BC.   

    Qualified Ski and Snowboard coaches will teach safe, controlled, and fun techniques on our rails and Olympic-quality trampolines with a goal to support winter sports skill development for our club members. 

    Parking: No on-road parking available. Please use the one-way drop-off and parallel parking areas within Treeline fencing.  Limited parking for 4×4 may be accessed down below the facility set-up.   

    Please note: 

    • All users of Treeline Park must be members of Canada/BC Snowboard or Freestyle Canada/BC – no exceptions! 
    • There must always be a qualified coach on site. 
    • Helmets are mandatory for all training. 
    • Skis and boards should be left in designated spaces.  
    • Dress for the weather. 
    • Sign-in upon arrival.  
    • All regional and provincial health guidelines must be adhered to, including all current Covid 19 protocols. If you have COVID 19 symptoms, please avoid training and conduct rapid testing.

    Learn and develop freestyle and acrobatic skills with qualified coaches year-round with Airhouse Kelowna, a world-leading action sport facility.   

    Silver Star Freestyle has partnered with Airhouse Kelowna to create training programs to prepare athletes for ski and snowboard season. Through dry land/parkour training, trampoline training, and use of trampoline skis and snowboards, athletes are provided with the opportunity to develop new skills in a controlled environment.   

    Airhouse training is based on the Long-Term Athlete Development model released by Sport for Life Canada/Freestyle Canada and is the perfect step to take before transitioning to water ramp, air bag, and/or snow settings. All sessions are run by experienced and trained Freestyle Canada/Snowboard Canada qualified coaches in a controlled, safe, and fun environment.  

    All SS Freestyle club members and all ages and abilities welcome at any time.  

    Airhouse Kelowna is located centrally between Big White and Silver Star, approximately 40-minute drive time from downtown Vernon. 

    Contact Airhouse:
    730 McCurdy Road
    Kelowna, BC, V1X 2P7
    [email protected]

    Take your air skills to the next level! Water ramp and Air Bag training is an integral component of freestyle skiing and bridges the gap between trampoline training and taking tricks to snow.  Skiers and snowboard athletes use the air bag facility at Silver Star.  Generally water ramps are only for ski specific training but occasionally snowboarders hit the water ramp as well.   All coaches require NCCP Air 1, 2, 3 and 4 qualifications to coach in the water ramp and air bag environments.   


    • 11+ years old 
    • Current Freestyle Canada membership 
    • Confident parallel skier on black terrain 

    Facilities Locations 

    In the Okanagan SS Freestyle accesses, the Apex Freestyle water ramp at Covert Farms near Oliver BC.  For Air Bag SS Freestyle has owned its own air bag with a sloped landing and designated facility at Silver Star Mountain. 

     Air Bag Training opportunities will be integrated into Winter Ski and Snowboard programs in early winter 2022/23.  Specific off-season Air Bag and Water Ramp Camps will be available Summer 2023.

    SD 22 Academy – SS Freestyle and SD 22 have a partnership to enhance competitive freestyle ski, big mountain ski and snowboard athlete training while balancing their high school curriculum.  This program is a good fit for SD 22 students who are competitive provincial level for Big Mountain, Freestyle or Snowboarding. 

    Click here to view more information about SD 22 freestyle program.   

    Once a year there will be an application period between March and May.  The link will be available on this webpage. 

    SD 83 Academy – Coming Soon.  

    SS Freestyle Academy Contact – If you’re interested in either SD 22 or SD 83 or have general questions regarding SS Freestyle School District Academy alliances please contact [email protected]