What is the Timber Tour?

The Timber Tour is Ontario's provincial competition series, that includes three disciplines: Moguls, Slopestyle and Halfpipe.

Athletes travel across Ontario to compete in a meaningful, athlete-centred, community supported, fair, safe and fun competition circuit.

The Timber Tour is targeted for athletes in the Learn to Train and Train to Train Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) stages.  For more information about Freestyle Skiing's LTAD click here

Athletes who compete in the Timber Tour competition series will be ranked in the Freestyle Ontario RPA Ranking System. For information on ranking calculations read the Freestyle Ontario Selection Criteria: click here.

The Timber Tour has a set of rules to insure the integrity of the competitions and the athletes. For all of the OF Timber Tour rules click here. 


APPLY NOW TO HOST A 2019 TIMBER TOUR EVENT!  

2019 TIMBER TOUR APPLICATION PROCESS OVERVIEW

Timber Tour Disciplines and Event Scheduling:

In 2019, there will be 3 Timber Tours and 1 Timber Tour Provincial Championship hosted in Ontario.

There are 3 Ontario Timber Tour freestyle skiing disciplines: Slopestyle, Moguls, and Dual Moguls. Applicants must have the capacity to host 2 of the three freestyle disciplines. Based on FO’s strategic direction, the Timber Tour events will be scheduled as outlined below:

·   3-4 Mogul Competitions

·    1 Dual Mogul Competition

·   4 Slopestyle Competitions

 

AVAILABLE COMPETITION DATES:   

·   January 26th – 27, 2019 (Slopestyle/Slopestyle) 

·   February 2nd – 3rd, 2019 (Single Mogul/Single Mogul)

·   February 9th-10th, 2019 (Slopestyle/Single Mogul)

·   *Provincials: February 22nd-24th, 2019 (Single Mogul/Dual Mogul/ Slopestyle) 

* Clubs must host 3 disciplines over 4 days (including first day as a training day).

2019 Timber Tour Application

Appendix 1 Timber Tour Bid

Appendix 2 Letter of support

Appendix 3 Letter of intent

Appendix 4 Timber Tour Work Plan

Appendix 5a Volunteer Roles

Appendix 5 Sample Volunteer List

Appendix 6 Slopestyle Course Layout Sample

Appendix 7 Timber Tour Rules

Appendix 8 Canada Freestyle Competition  Guides

 

Thanks to all our Freestyle Ontario Member Clubs who bid to host a 2018 Timber Tour!

 


2018 timber tour resultS

Timber Tour - MO/DM/SS - Provincials - MO - DM - SS

Timber Tour - SS/MO - Caledon - MOSS

Timber Tour - Moguls - North Bay - Day 1 -Day 2

Timber Tour - Slopestyle - Muskoka - Day 1 - Day 2

2017 TIMBER TOUR RESULTS

Timber Tour - Slopestyle - Muskoka-Day 1 -   Day 2

Timber Tour - Moguls/ Duel Moguls - Caledon- Day 1- Day 2

Timber Tour - Moguls  - Camp Fortune-Day 1-Day 2

Provincials Timber Tour - Slopestyle, Moguls, & Dual Moguls - Horseshoe & MSLM- SS Results - Moguls- SS Sunday

2016 TIMBER TOUR RESULTS

Timber Tour - Slopestyle - Muskoka

Timber Tour - Moguls - Calabogie

Timber Tour - Moguls & Slopestyle - Camp Fortune

Provincials Timber Tour - Slopestyle, Moguls, & Dual Moguls - Caledon


APPLY NOW TO HOST A 2019 TIMBER TOUR EVENT!

apply now to host our 2019 Timber Tour events!  

2019 TIMBER TOUR APPLICATION PROCESS OVERVIEW

Timber Tour Disciplines and Event Scheduling:

In 2019, there will be 3 Timber Tours and 1 Timber Tour Provincial Championship hosted in Ontario.

There are 3 Ontario Timber Tour freestyle skiing disciplines: Slopestyle, Moguls, and Dual Moguls. Applicants must have the capacity to host 2 of the three freestyle disciplines. Based on FO’s strategic direction, the Timber Tour events will be scheduled as outlined below:

·   3-4 Mogul Competitions

·    1 Dual Mogul Competition

·   4 Slopestyle Competitions

 

AVAILABLE COMPETITION DATES:   

·   January 26th – 27, 2019 (Slopestyle/Slopestyle) 

·   February 2nd – 3rd, 2019 (Single Mogul/Single Mogul)

·   February 9th - 10th, 2019 (Slopestyle/Single Mogul)

·   *Provincials: February 22nd-24th, 2019 (Single Mogul/Dual Mogul/ Slopestyle) 

* Clubs must host 3 disciplines over 4 days (including first day as a training day).

2019 Timber Tour Application

Appendix 1 Timber Tour Bid

Appendix 2 Letter of support

Appendix 3 Letter of intent

Appendix 4 Timber Tour Work Plan

Appendix 5a Volunteer Roles

Appendix 5 Sample Volunteer List

Appendix 6 Slopestyle Course Layout Sample

Appendix 7 Timber Tour Rules

Appendix 8 Canada Freestyle Competition  Guides