Ages 12–13

Full Time 6 days $4875 + Work Deposit $400

Weekend $4150 + Work Deposit $300

Prices will increase by $100 after August 31 and again after Sept 30.  A $500 deposit before August 31st will secure the current listed pricing.


Program Information:

This program emphasizes ski racing technique and tactics while continuing to develop basic skiing skills. Groups split their time between all-mountain skiing, drills, and gate training. Free skiing will continue to be critical for technical development. Athletes will develop the technical and tactical skills for Super G, Giant Slalom, and Slalom. This program includes weekly on-snow video sessions. Athletes will often be arranged in groups of 5-7 athletes per coach to facilitate a productive learning environment, groups are dynamic but are generally based on skill, speed, and social needs. U14 athletes are encouraged to participate in dryland training and in team summer and fall camps.

Skill Development Focus
Continued development of all around skiing skills and fundamentals, including big mountain skiing and mountain safety, but with an increasing emphasis on racing technique & tactics, drills and gate training. U14 athletes will incorporate the technical and tactical elements of Super G, Giant Slalom, and Slalom. They will race Divisionally in all 3 disciplines.

US Ski & Snowboard License Required

U14 athletes are encouraged to compete in 10-20 race days per winter.

SST will travel with U14 athletes to the U14 Qualifiers, with in the Intermountain Division.

There is also the possibility of competing in the IMD South Series in addition, or instead of the U14 Qualifiers based on the coaches recommendations.

At this age athletes must still be accompanied by a parent/guardian in order to travel to races. The choice to travel to races is up to each individual , and is not a prerequisite for participation in the program.

Race Travel Expenses
There will be additional travel costs and coaching fees with competition. Head coach will meet with the athlete and parents in the fall to discuss season goals, race schedule and estimated costs for travel.

Ski Passes
Athletes need a Snowbasin, Nordic Valley and UOP season pass. Pass prices are not included in program fees and must be purchased directly through both resorts. SST athletes are offered early season pricing on season passes at Snowbasin.

Work Deposit
There is a work deposit commitment with this program. You can choose to either donate your work deposit funds to our scholarship program or receive the total back after working off your obligated hours.


  • Recommended 3 pairs of race skis (SG/GS/SL), 1 pair of skis for free skiing.

Parent – Athlete Orientation
Mandatory Parent – Athlete Orientation Meeting, Early November, Location TBD

The parent athlete orientation will include training schedules, equipment, race calendar athlete handbook and more.

Dryland Training

  • Pre-Season dryland Tuesday and Thursday Snowbasin. Sundays – Biking, Hiking and Ice Skating at the Ogden Ice Sheet.

  • Parisi – Strength, Speed and Agility Training (additional fees apply)

Ski Season Training

  • On Snow-December 1- April 5, 2022
  • Saturday and Sunday at Snowbasin  9:00 – 3:00
  • UOP Training (2 hour blocks, days and times TBA)
  • Tuesday thru Friday at Snowbasin (1pm-4pm) or Nordic Valley (1pm-4pm conditions permitting)

  • Training is NOT required 6 days a week, but is offered.

  • (Please inquire about SST Snowcrest Jr. High School Academy option)

  • Christmas Camp: Dec 22 – 30, 2021

Summer and Fall Camps
We will be offering summer and early season training for U14s, details/cost TBD.

U14 Intermountain Division Race Schedule can be found on the IMD site

For U14s there is also the possibility of competing in the IMD South Series in addition, or instead of the U14 Qualifiers based on the coaches recommendations.

Click here to see the Intermountain Division Race Schedule


The Snowbasin Sport Education Foundation  is committed to a culture of family participation, team building, social gatherings while supporting our youth through winter sport development.

There will be many opportunities for parents to be involved with events and competitions (especially to work off your work deposit obligation).  We need help with races, freeride competitions, club fundraisers and individual team  activities such as coordination of team tents at races etc.

On the Calendar, our Ski & Snowboard Swap will be held October 28-30 and will be the first big event for the team! Sign ups to help are coming soon!

Following the Swap, the “Winter Welcome” will make it’s way back on the calendar after a year of COVID, and if you want to have a ton of fun, this event is for you!

We look forward to meeting all of you and hope you will join our Club!