Breckenridge Ski Resort believes that the mountain should be accessible to everyone, and to that end we have worked to make our mountain welcoming to guests of all abilities. In an effort to better serve our guests with special needs, we have partnered with the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center, a local non-profit that specializes in adaptive sports education. If you or a member of your party has a cognitive or physical disability, we strongly recommend an adaptive lesson with the BOEC. By taking advantage of this specialized instruction, you will experience the best that our mountain has to offer.
The BOEC is known for personalized service and customized skiing and riding experiences for people with a disability or special need. We view skiing and snowboarding as sports that can be enjoyed by all! The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center provides people with disabilities and/or special needs the opportunity to experience a variety of snow sports. Our program offers one-on-one instruction at Breckenridge Ski Resort using the latest in adaptive techniques and equipment, and some of the best staff in the business. Lessons are also offered at Keystone Ski Resort through the BOEC’s Keystone Adaptive Center. The Ski and Ride Program subscribes to the standards created by the Professional Ski Instructors Association (PSIA).
We maintain an up-to-date inventory of equipment to fit your needs. Alpine, cross-country skiing and snowboarding instruction is available. We offer exciting opportunities for all skier levels, from first-time beginners to experts. Lessons are available to all skiers and snowboarders over 4 years of age.
Lessons include one-on-one instruction, all necessary equipment and lift tickets.
The BOEC is located in The Village on Peak 9.
For more information, please visit boec.org/.
To make a reservation, call 970-453-5633 or 800-383-2632.