Specialty camps for kids and adults
Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a little jibber looking to dial in some park tricks, Breckenridge Ski Resort offers a variety of specialty camps to improve your ski and snowboarding skills.
From weekend-long camps to daily sessions throughout the season, get your kids excited about skiing and snowboarding through one of these camps.
Bombers camps offer a variety of programs. From PeeWee to Freestyle — this multi-week camp is one of the most progressive programs available. Children of all levels, ages 3 to 13, will enjoy small group, Saturday or Sunday lessons with the same instructor throughout the season. This close-knit series allows for fast progress and lots of fun.
Do you have a budding Lindsey Vonn on your hands? Intimate lesson groups are led by female instructors and designed by the gold medal winner, Lindsey Vonn herself. The camp is offered for 7 to 13 year-olds and focuses on building solid ski skills along with confidence, teamwork, and social skills that will help her on and off the hill. Before you know it, she will be racing you down the mountain.
Breckenridge is a freestyle skiing Mecca. Is Shaun White or Gretchen Bleiler your child’s idol? Does she enjoy sliding boxes, or does he envision throwing 360’s off jumps? Check out our Kid’s Park and Pipe camp Mar. 23-24. Intermediate skiers and boarders will learn from Breckenridge’s certified freestyle instructors. The camp includes lunch, after skiing fun, photos, and friends!
While your kids are off at ski camp learning new tricks, take some time to hone those park and big mountain skills too! Don’t let them leave you in the dust. These four adult-specific camps have something for everyone.
It’s never too late to learn new tricks at Breckenridge! Don’t let your kids have all of the fun, join our certified freestyle instructors Mar. 22- 24 and go from hitting rollers to taking big air. After three days with us, you will feel more confident in the half pipe, on boxes, rails, and jumps.
So you are an Advanced Intermediate, you’d say, but want to feel more comfortable getting down Lake Chutes, navigating technical terrain, or maybe jumping off that cornice in Art’s Bowl? Try out Breckenridge’s Big Mountain Camp on Apr. 5- 7.
Both the Park and Pipe and the Big Mountain camps includes breakfast, lunch, après ski activities, giveaways, and a celebratory dinner!
“Freeing your heel,” they say, “will free your mind.” If you’re interested in learning how to telemark, or need a few pointers, meet at the Peak 8 Ski School on Saturdays to get started. All levels are welcome to sign up and the camp is offered to ages 14 and older. Check with Ski School to see which Saturdays the camp is offered.
Breckenridge also offers women’s specific camps and other fun clinics to improve your skills on the mountain. Check out Breckenridge Ski School for more information, dates and prices.
— Jesse Ambrogi-Yansen