This program is designed to allow snowboarders to improve their overall snowboarding techniques and develop a solid foundation of skills. Boardriderz are broken into groups based on age and ability. Some groups will gradually work toward more difficult terrain while more experienced groups will explore powder, bumps, trees, steeps and freestyle. The importance of warming up, stretching, code of conduct and having fun are emphasized. Snowboarders are encouraged to participate in Community Jams.
If your athlete is not participating in other fall sports, check out our Fall Fun Fit (ages 8-10), additional Junior Snowboard Fall Dryland (11-13), and Fall Skateboard Camp for additional preseason training.
- Minimum riding requirement: Able to ride both edges comfortably on green terrain and working towards linking turns. Desire to have fun and learn new snowboard skills
- Equipment requirements: Participants need snowboard equipment, and a helmet
- Season pass information: Lift pass to Steamboat Ski Resort and Howelsen Hill
- There will be a pre-season equipment check in November
2022/23 DATES, TIMES, and LOCATIONS: December 3-March 18
First Saturday, December 3 at Howelsen Hill, 12:00pm-2:00pm
Tuesday 4:00pm-6:00pm at Howelsen Hill December 6-March 14
Saturday 10:00am-2:00pm at Steamboat Resort - December 10-March 18
There will be no training offered December 18-31 or February 19-26. Please see our Boardriderz Calendar for reference. Halfpipe clinics will be offered on Sundays, 12:00-2:00pm, once the Bashor halfpipe is built and open to the public, at no additional cost.
***All times and locations are subject to change and will be accompanied by sufficient communication ahead of time.
2022/23 PROGRAM FEE: $1,450, plus refundable $150 work deposit
See the Scholarship page for information on program fee scholarships, including the one-step EZ Scholarship for local families.
For information on the SSWSC work deposit program, click here.
Questions about this program?
Email Maddy Schaffrick, Snowboard Program Director