Where Adventure Lives
Where Adventure Lives
Where Adventure Lives
Where Adventure Lives
Where Adventure Lives
Where Adventure Lives
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Welcome to the valley

Skiing in the Beaver Valley has been recorded as early as February 1936 when the Dominion of Canada Skiing Championships attracted 2,000 spectators to the valley. In 1948 the ski site was discovered.

The Davis homestead provided the best prospects for ski terrain and the first tow opened in January 1949. After a decade of financially struggling to operate the hill an interested group of skiers formed a partnership to operate Beaver Valley Resorts Ltd. Under this group the resort flourished to include new trails at Lazy Loop and Roller Coaster . The Weber home farm property which is now the base of the ski club property was acquired, a ski shop and main lodge were erected which created the warm sense of belonging which is hallmark to Beaver Valley Ski Club today. A winter of poor snow put a financial strain on the club with very low skier visits which contributed to the club going private and becoming Beaver Valley Ski Club in 1967. With 79 Charter members and a goal to entice 121 more people to join BVSC the club was born.

Our present

Today Beaver Valley is a winter playground, providing members and guests a top quality skiing experience and a variety of other outdoor activities that are fun for the whole family.

BVSC is for active families looking to belong to a relaxed and welcoming club where they can spend quality time together and foster new friendships. The club is known for its great terrain park, signature run Avalanche and its friendly atmosphere. Beaver Valley Ski Club provides an attractive and affordable option for private club membership to young families.


  • Over 20 runs are groomed daily.
  • A variety of terrain for all abilities.
  • 20% Easy (symbol green circle)
  • 50% More Difficult ( symbol blue Rectangle)
  • 20% Most Difficult ( symbol Black Diamond)
  • 10% Expert (symbol double black diamond)

Glade skiing, 2 terrain parks; Paradise Park and Andy’s Playground add to the adventure of a day on the slopes!

Avalanche….steepest groomed run in Ontario with a rich history of daring adventures for great storytelling!

A variety of Snowshoe trails and 12 km of cross country ski trails as well as the Beaver Valley Nordic Ski Club trails at the top of the escarpment.

Competitive and recreational programs for all ages

6 Chair lifts: 1 Quad, 2 Triples, 2 Doubles, 1 Magic Carpet which provides uphill capacity of 8500 people per hour which keeps you on the snow enjoying your ride.

Main chalet is conveniently located at the base for all your needs. Member’s lounge, delicious meals and playschool

The Keg chalet is conveniently located at the top. Squire John’s Ski Shop provides sales, service and rentals of snow equipment and accessories

Live the adventure at Beaver Valley Ski Club we believe that life is an adventure and we want to help families experience their best life.

Join Beaver Valley…Where adventure lives!

Beaver Valley Ski Club

 telephone. 519 986 2520  fax 519 986 4168   mail@beavervalley.ca

 R.R. #4, 100 Pioneer Drive, Markdale, ON N0C 1H0

35th Annual Mogul Mania
Banked Slalom & Fundraiser



Beaver Valley’s park snowboarders continued their success this past weekend with more podiums for our top girls and groms! Jasmine Baird scored 1st and Sommer Gendron 3rd in Open Girls at the “Do The Shoe” Slopestyle at Horseshoe Resort. The girls scored Canadian … Continue reading

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This past weekend the BV Mogul team traveled east to Calabogie Peaks for our first stop on the 2016 FSO Timber Tour. The format had two mogul events, back to back, so we ran Saturday and Sunday competitions. The Team … Continue reading

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One of North America’s biggest snowboard tours of 2016 is coming to Beaver Valley on Saturday, February 20. Travelling to seven of the continent’s coolest snow parks, the Burton Qualifiers tour features seven unique park contests: “Beaver Valley Classic” @ Beaver Valley … Continue reading

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