Bridger Ski Foundation is excited to announce that starting today, we’ll be using a new registration system—Ski Club Pro—designed by coaches for ski clubs. We think it’ll make your lives (and ours) a bit simpler.
The biggest change is that you no longer have to go buy a separate BSF membership in one system and register a child for a program in another. You’ll be able to have one account for the entire family and manage everything from there—program signup, team trips, insurance info, membership, contact information, medical waivers and so on.
1. We will no longer use League Athletics. Instead, when you hit the registration button for any program, it will take you to BSF’s Ski Club Pro program registration. You’ll need to set up a new user account.
2. Do not purchase a BSF membership separately (as you have done in the past). Instead, after you complete setting up your new account, it will ask you to purchase a 2018-19 membership. You can choose individual ($25) for one athlete or family ($50) for two or more athletes. You'll make one payment for both membership and registration.
3. At any time, you can log in to your account, update information, or register for additional camps/trips/programs. (Just click any register button. Or in the navigation bar, click “Account Login” under Signup.)
p.s. If you don’t plan to register anyone for a program but still intend to purchase a BSF annual membership, nothing changes. You’ll just go to our website the same as always. No account needed. Memberships for 2018-19 will be available June 1.
If you need any assistance registering, please call the office. (406) 587-2445
Registration for Nordic summer and year-round programs is now open. We’ll be having lots of fun with summer dryland training and camps in the Beartooths and in Canmore. Know a non skier who wants to get out and enjoy the outdoors this summer? We offer summer-only dryland training options for U12 and up that don't require ski experience—hike, run, bike, play games and more.
Alpine skiers have several options for joining summer camps this year—in the Beartooths and at Mount Hood—combined with other ski teams. Preliminary information is available at https://www.bridgerskifoundation.org/alpine/camps. Athletes will receive emails with more info and registration links later this month.
Freestyle skiers have options for an on-snow camp in the Beartooths and two Ramp Camps in Park City. We’re still finalizing a few details and pricing but expect to have registration open by May 18. View preliminary information at: https://www.bridgerskifoundation.org/freestyle-freeskiing/camps.