Alpine camps


AGES 10-15: Summer Dryland Conditioning with BSF

(combined with Nordic Devo Summer Dryland)

U12-U16 (ages 10-15)

3 days a week

June 15 – August 21

Tuesday, Thursdays, Saturdays 8:30am – 10:30am

Cost: $495



You have the option of participating with the Nordic Comp Team.

Tues-Saturday 8:00 - 10:00 a.m.

Contact Coach Kenny

Kids on a rock in the woods.


Alpine summer dryland is a great opportunity to stay active and get outdoors over the summer. Alpine dryland is combined with Nordic Devo Dryland and is a fun way to meet other BSF skiers. We hike, bike, run, and play organized games (like soccer and frisbee). With BSF's professional coaches, you'll explore beautiful mountain trails and create new adventures.

Athletically, it helps develop cardiovascular capacity, endurance, flexibility, strength, and balance. But it's also about enjoying our environment and developing team-building skills, confidence, and friendships.

Get outside and hike, bike, run, stretch, and play games. We'll explore some of the area's best trails, build our strength and endurance, and enjoy the outdoors. No ski skills necessary. Any child is welcome. We'll build fitness throughout the summer (so don't worry about fitness levels coming into it)


Running shoes, workout clothes, water belt (or pack), snacks (such as energy bars), mountain bike (optional), helmet.

No Skills Necessary

All kids are welcome to join us. (Soccer players, runners, outdoor enthusiasts, etc.) No specific ski skills are necessary to take part, and dryland training benefits all types of athletic and outdoor pursuits. No prior fitness levels requirements. In other words, as long as you want to move and enjoy the outdoors, COME JOIN US.


Beartooth Summer Ski Camp

4 days

June 16-19, 2021


Beartooth Basin Ski Area – Red Lodge, MT

Cost: $500 full camp / or $145/day

This camp is intended for athletes with prior racing experience. We will have groups based on age and ability U10/U12, U14/U16. Mornings will be spent on the snow, working on slalom skills and drills. In the afternoon, we'll do dryland activities. We recommend the full 4-day camp, but if you can't make all the days, there is a single-day option to select the days that work for you.


Slalom skis and gear (helmet - required, chin bar, shin guards, slalom poles), speed suit, lots of water, lunch & snacks. Good tennis shoes for hiking and running. Bring a mountain bike if you have one. Rock climbing gear if you have it, but if you don’t, we will have some extra. Contact Kenny or LaRue if you don't have a mountain bike or if you have equipment questions.

Cost includes lift tickets, lane space, and coaching fees. Athlete must provide transportation, lodging and meals.