The 13th annual Peak to Peak dinner and auction will be held at the Blue Water Cafe
Wednesday, November 7, 2018.

Come celebrate with us and mingle with Canadian Alpine Ski and Ski Cross stars:
With our Master of Ceremonies - Olympian, Broadcaster & Photographer, Kelly VanderBeek

Thank you for supporting BC Alpine and Alpine Canada!


We'd like to thank all the fine sponsors who make this event possible.


Live Auction Items

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Altus Mountain Guides - Backcountry Skiing for a Day
Approximate Value: $1,800

Round up a group of your friends (Max 6) and join us for a day of backcountry skiing from Whistler.  The Whistler Backcountry provides a lifetime of ski touring possibilities with unbeatable access.  From the resort lift system, we are able to quickly access all types of skiing: glades, pillows, glaciers and couloirs. Regardless if you are completely new to touring or ready to tackle a big day in the alpine, we can show you the skills and the areas for an excellent day out. Lead IFMGA mountain guide Ross Berg and ex-world cup racer Robbie Dixon to keep the day safe and entertaining.  Duration: 2 days

Selkirk Snowcat Skiing – 3 Days/3 Nights of Powder Heaven
Approximate Value: $4,500

You and a guest can enjoy 3 days of ripping epic powder, sumptuous meals, amenities, and all the fun you can handle at BC’s premier cat ski experience.  Nestled into the Selkirk Mountains north of Nelson, Selkirk Snowcat Skiing has provided guests with the ultimate guided cat ski adventure for over 40 years.  December 19 – 22, 2018

Air Canada Airbus A320 Full Flight Simulator
Approximate Value: Priceless!

You and two guests have the chance to be the pilots-in-command, and take the controls of a fully functioning A320 Airbus. You will have the rare opportunity to pilot an A320 with Captain Tyler Harris. Occupy the captain’s seat and fly to any airport in the world!

A Day on Lake Okanagan with 2 National Champions
Approximate Value: Priceless!

You and a guest can spend the day with Gary and Marcus Athans on a competition ski boat provided by Gary Athans / Macdonald Realty. Ski lessons and lunch included.

The Ultimate in Wilderness Luxury at Sonora Resort
Approximate Value: $8,500

Experience Sonora Resort, where uncompromising eco-adventure meets luxurious accommodations, unparalleled service and five-star facilities. We are located on Sonora Island within the Discovery Islands in the Great Bear Rainforest at the mouth of Bute Inlet. Enjoy a 3-night, 4 day all-inclusive package for two in a Gold Room at Sonora Resort. This includes return transportation by helicopter from Richmond, BC, stunning ocean views, gourmet meals and beverages – plus 8 hours of some of the best ocean guided fishing and much more! Subject to availability and must be used in 2019 season.

Antarctic Peninsula Adventure
Approximate Value: $34,000

Sailing in comfort aboard the well-appointed RCGS Resolute, this stunning journey is the perfect blend of wildlife, history and scenery. Towering glaciers, amazing wildlife encounters, snow covered landscapes, huge icebergs and the option to choose your favourite activities every day, make this voyage the perfect introduction to this vast wilderness. In the waters of the Antarctic Peninsula, we spend our days off the ship exploring by Zodiac boat and making shore landings in the company of our expert guides. This opportunity to explore the wonders of Antarctica includes all meals and accommodation on board in a Twin Private cabin on RCGS Resolute, Zodiac excursions and landings, ship transfers and expedition gear package. Valid for cruise only. Non-transferable. Valid on Antarctic Peninsula Adventure voyage for 2019/20 season only. Based on space availability. Not redeemable for cash.


Athletes Attending

Brodie Seger
North Vancouver, BC (Whistler Mountain Ski Club)

Brodie Seger skied a great 2015-16 season capturing top-ten finishes on the Nor-Am Cup circuit. On home snow at the Canadian Championships, Seger finished second in the alpine combined and fourth in the downhill. Notably, Seger finished eighth in the giant slalom at the World Junior Championships in Sochi, proving his medal potential on the World Cup circuit. In the 2016-17 season, Seger proved he has potential to be a threat on the speed circuit taking the overall Nor-Am Cup super-G title. Continuing to progress, Seger started in his first World Cup super-G and downhill races in the 2017-18 season and finished third overall in downhill on the Nor-Am Cup circuit.

Riley Seger
North Vancouver, BC (Whistler Mountain Ski Club)

Riley Seger made the Canadian Alpine Development Team in 2016 after a slew of top 30 finishes on the Nor-Am Cup circuit from 2014-2016. At the 2016 Canadian Championships, Seger took home third-place in the downhill and three other top-15 finishes in super-G (7th), giant slalom (11th) and alpine combined (12th). In 2017, Seger had a great performance at the FIS Junior World Skiing Championships finishing 13th in the super-G. Seger also had a good Nor-Am Cup season with multiple top-ten finishes. In the 2017-18 season, Seger attended the FIS Junior World Ski Championships and secured a 20th-place in the downhill. On the Nor-Am Cup circuit, Riley had five top-ten results and matched his career-best sixth-place in super-G.

Stefanie Fleckenstein
West Vancouver, BC (Whistler Mountain Ski Club)

Stefanie Fleckenstein made the Canadian Alpine Development Team in 2016 and has achieved promising results on the FIS and Nor-Am Cup circuits. In the 2015-16 season, Fleckenstein took home eight top-ten finishes including a podium at the Panorama super-G Nor-Am Cup. Dominating on the FIS circuit, she won eight races and had podium finishes at five others. She rounded out the season with a second-place finish at the National Championships in the downhill race. Fleckenstein had her first World Cup start in the 2016-17 at the speed opener at home in Lake Louise. She went on to finish the Nor-Am Cup downhill season ranked second overall and fourth overall in super-G, proving she's "one-to-watch" in the speed disciplines. In the 2017-18 season, she had 13 top-10 Nor-Am Cup finishes in all five disciplines: downhill, super-G, alpine combined, giant slalom and slalom.

Sam Mulligan
Vancouver, BC (Grouse Mountain Tyee Ski Club)

Sam Mulligan made the Canadian Alpine Development Ski Team in 2016. In the 2016-17 season, Mulligan captured two top-ten performances at the FIS Junior World Ski Championships with a fourth-place in super-G and a ninth-place in alpine combined. He also won the Sugarloaf, USA alpine combined Nor-Am Cup race. In the 2017-18 season, Mulligan hit the podium at the FIS Junior World Ski Championships finishing second in the downhill. He narrowly missed the super-G podium finishing in fourth-place. He also had his first World Cup start in the Kitzbuehel, AUT super-G. Mulligan had a great Nor-Am Cup season finishing third overall and in second-place in the super-G standings.

Broderick Thompson
Whistler, BC (Whistler Mountain Ski Club)

Broderick Thompson’s breakout season was in 2014-15 when he clinched the Nor-Am Cup super-G overall title and earning his first ever World Cup points, placing 30th in Wengen, SUI. During the 2017-18 season, Thompson took to the infamous Kitzbuehel track for the first time and cracked the top-30 in World Cup downhill for the first time. After back-to-back 23rd-place finishes in the first two downhill races of the 2017-18 season, Thompson earned himself a spot at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games. He continued to show promise on the World Cup circuit finishing in an impressive eighth and 17th-place finish in alpine combined. At the Olympics, Thompson finished in 23rd-place in both the super-G and alpine combined races. He’ll be one to watch in the coming years as he continues to grow on the World Cup speed circuit.

Marielle Thompson
Whistler, BC (Whistler Mountain Ski Club)

Marielle Thompson, one of the most successful ski cross athletes in the world, has amassed 31 World Cup podiums, 20 World Cup victories, one World Championship podium, three Crystal Globes and Olympic gold. In 2012, she became the first Canadian to win an individual ski cross Crystal Globe as the Overall World Cup Champion, a title she successfully reclaimed in 2014 and 2017. Nicknamed 'Big Air Mar', Thompson was poised and ready to defend her 2014 Olympic gold when a crash in training in October of 2017 put a wrench in her plans. With aggressive rehab, Thompson returned to snow just three months after a torn ACL and won the qualification run at the 2018 Olympic Games. Appearing not to have missed a beat, despite missing out on the entire World Cup season, a bobble in the first heat caused her to crash and miss out on defending her medal. Thompson will be back healthy and ready for the 2018-19 season.

Alumni in attendance include:

Kathy Kreiner, Nancy Greene Raine, Georgia Simmerling, Kelly Vanderbeek and Michael Janyk


2018 Program

Full program coming soon - please check back later.

Evening Schedule

6:00 pm Reception & Silent Auction Opens
7:00 pm Opening remarks
7:10 pm Introduction of Canadian National Team athletes
7:30 pm Dinner
8:45 pm Close of Silent Auction
8:50 pm Live Auction
9:15 pm Silver Raffle (100 Troy ounce Silver Bar Raffle)
9:20 pm Closing Remarks
9:25 pm Cashier Open


Photos from Previous Years