Canadian Ski Hall of Fame and Museum

Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

The Canadian Ski Museum strives to promote an understanding, appreciation and celebration of Canada’s skiing/snowboarding traditions and accomplishments, and their significance to Canadian life and identity.

Contained within the Canadian Ski Museum is the history of skiing in Canada. It is a record of people, their stories, activities, achievements and a wealth of fascinating artifacts. History is a continuum, the past unfolds and as it does, the CSMus will continue to record it, to collect the stories and memorabilia accompanying them.

Opened in the early 1970s, the Museum is dedicated to the preservation of skiing history for future generations, to honouring the pioneers and those who make history, and to inform and educate about Canada’s skiing heritage.

Through educational displays and research, the Museum continues to document the profound influence that skiing exerts on Canadian history and culture. The Canadian Ski Museum is a registered Canadian charity (#119219913R0001) governed by a Board of Directors and an Executive Committee.