Alpine Programs

Welcome to Western Region

The USSA Western Region is one of three USSA regions established under the authority of the USSA Alpine Sport Committee (ASC) and responsible for the regulation of the sport of Alpine Ski Competition within the geographical area of the Western United States.  It consists of the five western divisions; Alaska, Far West, Intermountain,
                               Northern, and Pacific Northwest.

Current News

U16 National Championship Project Announcement

Western Region Policy and Procedures 2014-2015 (posted Dec 1, 2014)

Updated 2/20/15 Looking for current National Initiatives and Proposals currently being considered? Find them on our Western Governance page.

USSA Membership brings you a list of benefits, including discounts from our USSA partners and suppliers?  Check out your benefits

USSA Parent Webinars

Club Excellence Workshop

Coaches Info

2015-2016 West Prep period plan draft

2014-2015 USSA Equipment Rules

Coaches Continuing Education Opportunities


Western Region Project Information

NorAm Sugarloaf, ME Mar. 15-19, 2015 M&L  2 DH, 1 SG 

NorAm Women Burke Mountain, VT Mar 20-23, 2015   2 GS, 2 SL

NorAm Men Waterville Valley, NH Mar. 20-23, 2015 2 GS, 2 SL


 Check it out





Divisional Links
Intent to Compete

Coaches and Athlete Representatives click here to intend a USSA Athlete for out of region, FIS races, NorAms, FISU and Canadian races.


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