We are at the Grey Mountain Range in a limited capacity as of May 11, 2021. We cannot shoot the course yet due to icy, snowy, crappy conditions, but we can shoot off the porch at the Zombie Horde. See you there.  

 

We are also having a special orientation session once the range opens.  For those of you who are new to the range, we can explain the rules, orient you to the three loops, and explain shooting 3D. If you are new to archery, we can rent you equipment and later help you with the selection of your own gear and do the ordering for you. Please see the Sign Up page. 

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Rob Ingram, our club president, is ready to greet you and get you oriented to the range. 

Thanks to the Community Development Fund, we were able to rebuild our shed. This is where all our targets are stored and it has already hosted two tournaments. 

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Welcome to the Whitehorse Archery Club

Whitehorse Archery is a non-profit club for the recreational shooter, hunters, and those who just want to work on their skills. We have many competitve archers in our club, and we hold and particpate in competitons, but our focus is on recreational archery for the family. We are currently not taking new members unless you have your own equipment due to health concerns. 

 

Getting Started in Archery

If you are interested in trying archery, you are welcome to come out to a regular shooting night. Please see the schedule and Sign Up pages.

 

If you are under 15, you must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Younger children may shoot under the direct supervision of a parent who is an archer and a member of the club.

 

There are programs in the elementary schools for beginning archers. Please check with your school.

2019 Membership Fees are Due Now

We hope you will continue to support Whitehorse Archery by getting your 2019 fees in. See the Sign Up page for details.

Beginners 

We offer shooting practice Tuesday and Thursday from 6:30 to 8 PM at Takhini Elementary School. We have certified coaches to offer you instruction and you can borrow equipment to get yourself started. 

If you have a youngster under 15 starting with us, then they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is also a shooter. 

There is also a program specifically for youth. This program is organized by the Yukon Aboriginal Sports Circle. Please contact Gael Marchand at 668-2840 or send a note through this site.

Summer work complete

We have our projects completed for the range. These included a new shooting porch, target storage, work bench, solar panel and lighting, and lots of new targets. Our big thanks to Lotteries Yukon for the funding and to McPherson Rentals and Kilrich Lumber for their incredible donations. 

Fall Championships

The Yukon Outdoor Championships will be held September 30 on the Grey Mountain Range starting at 9 AM. There will be two rounds of 3D and field target events.