Saturday and Sunday from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm, young groms between 5 and 12 years of age can put their skills to the test tackling a range of obstacles on the same course the professional athletes raced around just hours earlier! Official race bibs and medals will be handed out to give mini-skiers a great souvenir of their achievement.

Cost : $25.73 (taxes and service fees included)

Registration is not refundable. No transfer is possible between two participants. If the places are not all filled, it will be possible to change the day via the registration platform for a fee of $ 2.09 (service fees included).

Only a limited number of entries are available, so don’t miss your chance to register for this exciting new event!


On program :

  • Distribution of official bibs
  • Pre-event preparation meeting and ice-breaker activity
  • Sprint-style start (six cross country skiers per 5-10 minute wave), all commented by none other than the official host of the World Cup
  • Presentation of official medals to all participants
  • Post-race snack

The detailed timetable and details according to age groups will be communicated closer to the event.

No equipment will be available onsite. Glasses or goggles are mandatory.

Parents will not be admitted to the official course zone. Only accredited trainers will be granted access.

No results will be transmitted following the activity.

Notice of race


As a guide, please note that on Saturday, March 14, the Individual Sprint (Classic) of the World Cup will take place, while Sunday, March 15 will be the Individual Sprint (freestyle) of the Mini World Cup. The base of the course could therefore have traces in this sense, but we cannot guarantee the condition of the course since several factors can influence its condition (temperature, snow conditions, etc.).


Trainers wishing to obtain accreditation to cheer young skiers in this fun challenge can apply until March 10th, by submitting their NCCP certification number through the registration platform parents and guardians will use to sign their children up for the event.