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Buffalo Ski Club Adventure Program

2022 – 2023 Program Prices


Adventure Program $475-$525
Adventure Program is a special program that inspires our youngest members to learn and explore all that
winter snow sports have to offer. Under the guidance of teams of coaches, participants explore the Learning
Area, The Zoo and enjoy supervised playtime in our Adventure Center, all with an emphasis on fun and safety.
Helmet required. Program includes: Seven 2-hour sessions
(1 hour on the slopes and 1 hour supervised playtime in the Adventure Center)
Questions Contact office@buffaloskiclub.com

Rangers $410
The Mountain Rangers and Snowboard Rangers programs provide ski and board instruction that encourages kids to improve “on the slopes” skills while making friends.
Teams are assigned according to participants’ ages and abilities and are consistent throughout the program. Helmet required.
Program includes: Seven 1½-hour group lessons
Questions Contact office@buffaloskiclub.com
Adult Group $410
Adult ski clinics held on weekends to coincide with our children’s programs. Our excellent coaches
help members of all abilities – from “never evers” to experts – enhance skills on the slopes.
Program Includes: Seven 1½-hour group lessons
Questions Contact office@buffaloskiclub.com

Mountaineers $460
Mountaineers program fosters skill development utilizing structured free skiing along with hands on coaching.
Mountaineers will introduce participants to both our competitive Freestyle Team and Race Team. Participants’ must be able to ride the
chairlift alone and ski blue terrain under FULL control. Teams are assigned by age and ability. Helmet Required
Program Includes: Seven 2-hour group lessons
Questions Contact office@buffaloskiclub.com

Freestyle Club $600
Designed for those who want to learn the basic fundamentals of freestyle skiing. Working on basic skiing skills and taking those skills in the moguls, terrain park and
aerial disciplines, always with an emphasis on SAFETY and FUN! Training is held on Saturday and Sundays. Helmets required. Includes dry land training in the Fall.
Questions Contact: freestyle@buffaloskiclub.com

Freestyle Team $750

Athletes in BSC’s Freestyle Team Program train at the Buffalo Ski Club and refine their, mogul, aerial and terrain park skills – always with an emphasis on SAFETY AND FUN!.
Training is provided three times per week –Wednesday nights, Saturday and Sundays.
Participants are encouraged to compete at the 4 to 5 local freestyle meets that are sanctioned by the United States Ski and
Snowboard (USS membership is required for each participant). Competing in these events may lead to qualification for the Eastern Championship meet, where the best freestyle skiers in the East compete.
FIS approved helmets required. Includes dry land training starting in Fall.
Questions Contact:office@buffaloskiclub.com
Rising Stars $600
This program is designed for experienced skiers who wish to explore the fundamentals of alpine racing.
Skiers will follow the same training schedule as the Council Race Team (with some adjustments on weekends when many coaches may be traveling).
Rising Star members will have the opportunity to participate in BSC fun Club races but will not race in the NFSC or USSA sanctions races and they will not need to travel.
This program is limited to 20 participants and participants per season.
Training Wednesday, 6 pm-8 pm Thursday 6pm – 8pm and Saturday 9 am-2:30 pm
Questions Contact:office@buffaloskiclub.com

Council Racing $750
80 hours practice and 48 hours coaching at competitive races; helmet required (FIS approved for U16+);
Includes Fall Dry Land Training and Christmas Camp at BSC.
Our Council Race team is a member of the Niagara Frontier Ski Council and USSA Eastern Region and is staffed with USSA certified coaches.
The Council Racing Program is a fun and challenging way for kids to
develop/strengthen the fundamental techniques of alpine racing (all with a focus on safety). Council racing is organized around age brackets (age as of Dec. 31), and competitions take place (on weekends) at various Western and Central New York resorts. All events are US Ski and Snowboard Association (USSA) and New York State Ski and Snowboard Racing Association (NYSSRA) sanctioned.
Racers ages 15 and older can compete at any USSA-sanctioned event, building points to gain spots on development teams – including the US Ski Team! Prior racing experience is not required.
Council members are also required to join NYSSRA and USSA (usually by Oct. 15th)-both are required to participate in any Council Race. FIS approved helmets required
Training Wednesday, 6 pm – 8 pm, Thursday 6 pm – 8pm and Saturday 9 am-2:30 pm
Questions Contact office@buffaloskiclub.com