Welcome to Western Region

The Western Region is one of three regions established under the authority of the U.S. Ski & Snowboard 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

One of our goals for the region was to conduct SkillsQuest Tournaments in each division.  Scores are coming in click on the link below.


Videos of SkillsQuest Drills

Experticity for U.S. Ski & Snowboard Member Benefits

Governance News

2017 Congress Summary
2017-18 Western Region Calendar - draft5

Quick connect to Congress Information (Schedule, Agenda, Proposals)

West Minutes and Reports

Western Region Development System
Western Region Policy and Procedures 16-17

Coaches Info
Posted Job opportunities for coaches
Coaches Continuing Education Opportunities

Western Region Project Information

Western Region Project Review Form

2017 West Prep Calendar

Mammoth RTG Terrain Camp May 13th-20th, 2017
WR Flight School May 23rd-28th, 2017
National SL/GS June 21-29, 2017


 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.

My Account

Need to renew your membership, get coaching tips or work on your technique? Want to check rankings or results? Find all that and more on your My Account page. 


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Child Protection

Help raise awareness about misconduct in sport and promote open dialogue. Together we can build a game plan to make sport safe—for everyone.