Kylee Toth Ohler is not only a national athlete; she is a mother, wife, fitness instructor, personal trainer and outdoor enthusiast. Her passion for skiing began when she was just 18 months old and she has been in love with the sport ever since. A true Canadian girl, Kylee’s childhood was spent ice skating, skiing and doing all things active. Her foray into competitive athletics started with speed skating at age 5. She excelled at the sport and was a member of the Canadian National Speed Skating team until she retired in 2007.
Still fervent about training and enamored by the outdoors, the sport of ski mountaineering was a perfect fit. Ascending and descending mountains with speed and efficiency, with a healthy admiration and respect for nature has propelled Kylee to elite status in North America ski mountaineer racing.
+ 2015/2016 Season: Top Ranked Female (Canada)
+ 2016: North American Sprint Champion (Wasatch Powder Keg)
+ 2016: 1st place at Ken Jones Classic, Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada
+ 2016: 1st place at Lizard Skinner, Fernie, British Columbia, Canada
+ 2016: 2nd place at Vert180, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
+ 2016: 2nd place at Castle Mountain Ski Moutaineering Race, Alberta, Canada
+ 2016: 5th place at Wasatch Powder Keg Race, Utah, United States
+ 2015: 1st place at Canadian Championships, Dogtooth Dash, British Columbia, Canada
+ 2015: Canadian Team Member – World Championship, Verbier, Switzerland
+ 2009 – Present: Canadian National Team Member – Ski Mountaineering
+ 2004 – 2007: Canadian National Team Member – Speed Skating