The U19 Team is for athletes who ski at a high level, have a great attitude and love to compete. This program gives access to those who can make it up for a long weekend, spend their holidays and spring breaks at Winter Park, and plan to travel with the team to events all over Colorado. The goal for these athletes is to excel at the Smartwool and FIS races without sacrificing good fundamentals and tactics. To accommodate the commitment of the U19's, our program is offered as part time (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) or as a full time program (Tuesday thru Sunday). Visit the Winter Park Competition Center Fulltime Academy (WPCCA) page for details on the fulltime programming.
Nov. 18, 2016 thru April 9, 2017. The normal schedule meets Fridays 10am-4pm - Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30am-3:30pm.
Race and camp days and times will be posted on the team calendar.
- Thanksgiving Camp - November 21 and 22
- Alpine Holiday Camp - December 27 thru 31 COST - REGISTER BY OCTOBER 15 AND SAVE $100!! $2750 *Price does not include season pass - Fees Include the Thanksgiving Camp and the Alpine Holiday Camp.
Increase of $100 for registering after October 15, 2017 There is an additional work deposit fee of $400 which is refunded after completion of volunteer work hours. Click here for details.
Team Jacket for the 17-18 season - Limited Inventory - Enroll Now to secure your size!
U19 Team Resources and Manuals (currently being updated for 17-18)
Alpine Athlete/Parent Manual 17-18 USSA RMD Alpine Calendar 17-18 Competition Center Handbook 17-18 Alpine Travel Handbook 17-18 U19 & Older Team Calendar
Front Range Training Opportunities
We recognize that many of our athletes come from the Front Range and we are committed to providing sensible additional optional programming for our weekend athletes who are unable to make the commitment to our Alpine Team Academy. This year we are in negotiations with the areas closest to the Front Range. We will update this page and send info to our members when we know all the details of the optional programming on the Front Range.