Summit County is fortunate to have two options for junior athletes to consider for alpine, mogul and freeride ski programs. Different philosophies, training techniques, cost, program sizes, coaching styles, allocation of resources and experiences are all considerations in selecting the program that best fits your needs and desires.
TBK program fees do not include season passes. Discounted season passes are available to TBK membership through Breckenridge Ski Resort beginning in October. We recommend purchasing your season pass directly from Vail Resorts during Early Bird pricing. Our discount is the same as early bird.
Once all membership requirements have been met, TBK will distribute your season pass voucher (upon request) . Usually this is available in mid October. We recommend purchasing your season pass directly from Vail Resorts during Early Bird Pricing. Our discount is equivalent to early bird pricing and we often do not receive them until the ski season has begun.
Volunteering is not mandatory but it is greatly appreciated. As a non-profit organization, we rely heavily on our membership to volunteer with events and fundraising.
Team Breckenridge collects a work deposit from all families upon registration. When you have satisfied your volunteer hours, you will receive a refund of your work deposit. If you do not volunteer, you will forfeit the work deposit. All work logs are due by June 1 in order to receive your credit.
The Work Deposit Program provides families with the choice of volunteering time or money to support our program. Support of our community and membership lead to our success. We host competitions and fundraising events which require volunteers. These events support high level programs and lower program costs. Without volunteer support, we must use work deposit funds to pay for event staffing.
The volunteer log can be found here. Once you have completed your volunteer hours, please turn your log in to firstname.lastname@example.org. All volunteer logs are due by June 1 in order to receive a credit.
Team Breckenridge offers a variety of volunteer opportunities which can be applied to a Work Deposit which support the club and local community. Assistance is needed with administrative tasks, on-hill and competition support, fundraising, and grant writing. We also seek support for marketing and public relation programs and membership awareness.
You can find current volunteer opportunities here.
Team Breckenridge communicates through an app called TeamSnap. All schedules for your athletes program will be communicated through the app. Dates, times and locations will be kept up to date by the Director of each program.
If your athlete is injured during training, a coach or TBK staff member will accompany your athlete to the medical facility. We will communicate with you regarding the injury ASAP following the injury.