The Canadian Ski Hall of Fame honours individuals who have made distinguished, sustained and substantial national contributions to the growth and development of snow skiing and/or snowboarding in Canada.
The Canadian Ski Hall of Fame (formerly known as the Honour Roll of Canadian Skiing) was created by the Canadian Ski Museum in 1982 to honour people who had influenced the development of skiing in Canada, whether by competitive prowess, organizational ability, creativity, pioneer development or leadership. The Canadian Ski Hall of Fame works to recognize and celebrate the achievements of Canada's greatest skiers, snowboarders, coaches, officials, and builders of the sport or industry.
To date, the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame is comprised of over 140 Members. To search the Hall of Fame and learn more about the members, Click "Honoured Members" link.
For any current information regarding an upcoming Canadian Ski Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony event, Click Here.
To view a photographic history of the Canadian Ski Hall of Fame Click Here.