These organizations have either provided us with funding or services at little or no cost. We are most grateful for their contribution to our club and all kinds of winter recreation at the Allison Chinook area.

Municipality of Crowsnest Pass

We get a category 1 grant from the municipality which covers much of our operations expenditures

The Alberta Government has provided some funding to assist with summer work to improve the trails

Provided most of the funding to enable us to buy a second Suzuki truck for grooming the trails. The Suzuki trucks are also very useful when we do summer maintenance

Community Foundation

Provided some funding for us to buy the first Suzuki truck and also contributed to the purchase of a Tidd track setter

Provided some funding for installing culverts to help prevent water damage to trails

Provided some funding to help purchase the first Suzuki truck and another grant in 2017

Offered club members 10% discount on some merchandise and services

Offered members 20% Off All Nordic Skis, Poles, Bindings, Boots and Nordic Ski Accessories

Allows us to use their trailer to take any of our equipment to any place for maintenance, repair or other reason

Did some work and the safety inspection on our second Suzuki truck without charge

Servus Credit Union

No charge banking for our accounts and they gave us funds from their Community Grant program

Tough Country Communications

Provides us communications so that the weather and camera image from our shed can be displayed on our website


Allows us to store our trucks and some other equipment on their property

A win-win partnership – students at Crowsnest Consolidated High School built a trail shelter saving us labour costs while earning themselves credits

North and Company Law Offices

Free legal advice for contracts with suppliers

Sinister Sports

Helped us maintain and host our old website for many years