Freestyle & freeskiing

freestyle & freeskiing camps


JUNE 20-26: Red Lodge On-Snow Camp
JULY 17-23: Water Ramp Camp #1
AUGUST 5-12: Mt. Hood Freeskiing Camp
AUGUST 14-18: Water Ramp Camp #2

*Please note, program registration and membership are two different checkout systems. We apologize for the extra steps, but it does keep costs down. You'll need a new membership for summer camps.
BSF MEMBERSHIP: good June 1-May 31

Freestyle & Freeskiing athletes have the option of attending several add-on camps throughout the year.


June 20-26, 2017

An on-snow camp for freestyle & freeskiing athletes. We train at Beartooth Basin near the summit of the Beartooth Highway (south of Red Lodge, Montana). This training takes place at 11,000 feet and is 3 hours from Bozeman. The camp includes several training options to ensure that everyone has a chance to get on snow this summer.  We offer half camps, full camps, as well as full camps with lodging, meals, and transportation. 

The camp dates are June 20-26, 2017.  Our training program consist of 3 days on a day off and 3 days on snow (Weather Permitting). Athletes will continue to follow the LTAD training model and be exposed to mental, Nutrition, as well as goal setting. 

This camp is open to everyone, including those who do NOT ski with BSF in the wintertime. The training venue will include both Moguls and Slopestyle terrain.

Tramp Camps

2017 dates TBA

Bozeman, MT

Tune up your newest tricks or polish up the ones you have in your bag. This is an opportunity to work on your trampoline skills on an outdoor trampoline.  Trampoline sessions are Monday, Wednesday, Fridays per week for a 1.5-hour session. This option is available for everyone, even if they do not ski with BSF in the wintertime. 

Water Ramp Camps

Park City, Utah

2 sessions available

July 17-23, 2017 Water Ramp #1

August 14-18, 2017 Water Ramp #2

Work on your aerial skills, utilizing the safe progression of ramps and pools at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City. The water ramp camps are very important training tools for our skiers. Athletes travel down a synthetic surface, off a jump, and into a swimming pool equipped with air bubbles to soften the landing. Trampolines are available with bungee harnesses to ensure the safest possible training. Camp includes coaching, a video of your training, as well as all fees and licensing for the Utah Olympic Park.  This camp is open to everyone. Choice of two sessions -- or attend both.

BSF Membership, Liability Release, and Medical release. USSA Membership is recommended.

Additional costs may include additional fees for lodging, coaching, meals and transportation depending on level of participation. Baseline testing encouraged but not required  



Mt. Hood, Oregon

August Session:  August 5 to August 12, 2017   Cost:  $3,200.00

Overview:   Designed to offer the best in summer park training.  Our Mount Hood Camp offers a great atmosphere and fun learning environment on the Mount Hood glacier in Oregon.   The program centers around an on-snow experience in the morning and early afternoon.  This is followed by video analysis and fun back at our camp lodge.

·       Skiing is at beautiful Timberline Ski Resort on Mount Hood

·       Camp lodge is setup at Mount Hood Summer Ski Camp

·       Enjoy the beauty and natural surroundings of the Pacific Northwest at its best.

·       Group-style camping in group lodges.

·       Food service includes breakfast, lunch and dinner.

·       Golf, fly fishing, mountain biking, water tubing and other activities are at the camp or just minutes away.

Camp Cost includes:

·       Coaching

·       Lift tickets

·       Accommodations

·       Three meals per day

·       Ground transportation 

·       Ground transportation to the mountain daily

Ages: Age 9 and up.  Athletes under age 11 wishing to attend please speak with Director Mike Papke so we can be sure to meet the camper’s specific skills and needs.  As a guideline, the skier should be able to ski a mogul course/ Terrain Park well, be able to put on all his/her gear, carry a daypack onto chairlifts and ski long runs.   Parents may also camp or stay at nearby lodging.  They are welcome to join us on the hill – purchase your lift ticket through Pat Gillis