Summer dryland training is designed to keep athletes fit while having fun. 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.
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.
Try out a week of summer dryland for free.
Locations and activities will vary; training schedules and meeting locations will be sent via email each week. Locations include but are not limited to: Bozeman Creek/Sourdough Canyon, Hyalite Canyon, Triple Tree, Mt. Ellis, South Cottonwood, Sypes Canyon, and Lindley Park.
Running shoes, workout clothes, water belt (or pack), snacks (such as energy bars), mountain bike (optional), helmet, ski poles (classic skiing length).
10 weeks/ 3 days per week
WHEN: June 11 - August 22
Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.
Vary around Bozeman. (Coaches send out weekly schedules via email.)
Summer program only: $450
WHAT WE DO
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).
14 weeks/ 5 days per week
May 14 - August 22
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.
Vary around Bozeman. Coaches email a weekly schedule.
WHAT WE DO
Get outside and hike, bike, run, stretch, roller ski and play games. We'll explore some of the area's best trails, build our strength and endurance, and enjoy the outdoors.
U16 (ages 14-15) summer dryland only: NOW $940
U18 & U20 (ages 16-19) summer dryland only: NOW $940
Summer dryland is included in the year-round Nordic program for:
U16 (ages 14-15) (May-early April): NOW $2540
U18 & U20 (ages 16-19) (May-early April): NOW $2740
*Payment plans available. Contact the BSF office to set it up.
Beartooth Mountains, MT
For: ages 12+
Spend three days and two nights camping in the Beartooth Mountains. We'll participate in the Beartooth Run 5k/10k at the top of Beartooth Pass (at 10,000 ft.). Enjoy camping with the team and we'll have time for extra activities in the area on Sunday.
Friday, July 12: 3pm depart BSF Office. Camp in Beartooths
Saturday, July 13: Run in the Beartooth Run 5k/10k at the top of Beartooth Pass (at 10,000 ft). After the race, we'll do some swimming (weather permitting) and team stretching/mobility.
Sunday: We'll crust ski (conditions allowing), or skate roller ski.
Cost: $110 (for the BSF component; race entry is separate)
Register for the run here. ($40 entry before July 4; $50 after July 4)
Register for the camp here. (deadline July 10)
Meals: not included. You can bring your own food (or we can stop at the grocery store in Red Lodge) for dinner Friday and breakfast/lunch on Saturday and Sunday, plus snacks. We will eat dinner in Red Lodge Saturday evening; bring money for that.
Packing: bring your own tent, sleeping bag, and needed camping gear. Bring running gear, skate skis (rock or training skis), and rollerski gear. Bring both roller ski poles and skate poles with snow baskets. Warm clothes. Swim suit.
Coaches: Paul Everett, Julia Hayes, Tim Baucom
August 4-15, 2019
Canmore/Banff, British Columbia
For: ages 12+
Spend 12 days in beautiful Canmore, Alberta, Canada. (Includes ten days of Nordic-specific dryland training and two days of travel.) Most days we have two practices a day with varied intensities and goals. We'll run, rollerski, bike, play games, and take some spectacular hikes. Athletes stay in condo-type lodging, and meals are prepared either by a professional chef, individually, or in small groups. There is time for rest and free time to choose activities. A BSF U14-specific group coach will accompany U14 athletes to the camp.
Skate and classic roller ski equipment. A valid passport to travel into Canada.
Cost estimate for camp: (approximately) $1200
Final cost will depend on number of skiers, lodging, and exchange rates.
Registration will open for this camp once travel costs have been finalized.
October dates TBA
Cost: approx. $150
November 2019 in West Yellowstone, MT.
For registration/membership help, contact BSF Office email@example.com or 406-587-2445