June 20-23: Red Lodge On-Snow Camp Session 1
June 24-26: Red Lodge On-Snow Camp Session 2
July 20-26: Water Ramp Camp #1
August 19-23: Water Ramp Camp #2
September: Trampoline Camps Begin
Freestyle & Freeskiing athletes have the option of attending several add-on camps throughout the year.
JUNE 20-23, 2020 (Session 1)
June 24-26, 2020 (Session 2)
Beartooth Basin, MT
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.
This camp is open to everyone, including those who do NOT ski with BSF in the wintertime.
The camp includes several training options to ensure that everyone has a chance to get on snow this summer. Join us for session 1, session 2, or for both sessions. Lodging is provided; options without lodging (if you plan to stay on your own with family) are also available.
In addition to on-snow training, enjoy the team atmosphere and the Beartooths. Athletes will continue to follow the LTAD training model and be exposed to mental training, nutrition, as well as goal setting.
The training venue will include both Moguls and All-Mountain terrain.
TBA for 2020. (In 2019, costs ranged from $275 for 2 days to $1280 for both sessions and all meals/lodging.)
Begin in September. Finals dates and sessions TBD.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays: 4:15 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
Tune up your newest tricks or polish up the ones you have in your bag. These trampoline sessions are a a key part learning and developing your tricks. From take-offs to landings and everything in between, these tramp sessions are a lot of fun. We use an in-ground trampoline with an Olympic-sized aussie spring bed. Trampoline sessions are Monday, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, each for a 1.5-hour session, at a private residence in Bozeman. This option is available for everyone, even if they do not ski with BSF in the wintertime. Register for one or both sessions!
Once you are registered, you'll get an email with additional instructions and location of the camp. Dress for the weather and bring a water bottle. (Note: when you register, Tramp Camp registration is located under "events" and not "programs.")
Park City, Utah
2 sessions available (half-camp, and no-lodging options available for each)
July 20-26, 2020: Water Ramp Camp #1
August 19-23, 2020: Water Ramp Camp #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. U.S. Ski & Snowboard Membership is recommended.
Baseline testing encouraged but not required.
2 pair of sweats
2-3 bathing suits
1 pair running shoes or cross-trainers
1 pair of sneakers or casual footwear
Gym shorts, t-shirts, plenty of socks
Jacket and sweater
Sunscreen, toiletries, personal needs
Skis- 2 pairs if possible
Ski boots- Old boots that fit well are the best
Wet Suit (Can be a shorty)- Required / can rent
Life Jacket (Water Sports type)- Required / can rent
Mouth Guards (At least 2)- Required
Helmet (Ski, skate, or kayak type)- Required / can rent
**BINDINGS: Please be sure your bindings fit your boots BEFORE attending camp. Bindings should have a minimum of 9 DIN. Skis should not release under any circumstances at the ramps.
2020 costs TBD. ( In 2019, full camp with meals, lodging and transport was $970.00. Training only was $620)
*Additional costs may include additional fees for lodging, coaching, meals and transportation depending on level of participation.
REGISTER NOW. (Deadline to register is two weeks before camp start date.)