Bogus Basin Ski Education Foundation (BBSEF) is the Treasure Valley's premier ski and snowboard program. Located in Boise and operating at Bogus Basin, we offer winter programs for children and adults. Whether you are a recreational skier or snowboarder l

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Alpine Development Team U10+ (also referred to as Devo) is for ages 8 and older who love to ski.  Alpine Development (Devo) Team teaches basic all-mountain skiing skills and racing techniques with a strong FUNdamental emphasis. The Devo program is designed to introduce and refine skills required to advance within BBSEF’s alpine and freeride programs. Coaches teach age-appropriate skill progression utilizing U.S. Ski & Snowboard’s Skills Quest training system consistent with BBSEF’s team-building philosophies.  

Participants must have one winters skiing experience, must be able to stop on their own, should be able to put on their own ski equipment. Load and ride the lift alone.


Team Goals

·         Build confidence to ski all types of terrain.

·         Introduce young skiers to a fundamental skiing progression applying both alpine and freeskiing technical skills.

·         Introduce young skiers to the possibilities of snow sports competition.

·         Create strong peer relationships/group dynamics.

·         Instill respect for people, places, and property 


Groups ski together from 9:30a-3:30p on Saturday and/or Sunday. Lunch is unsupervised from 12:00p-1:00p. Participants choose either Saturday or Sunday for the entire season. 

All members are included in and automatically entered in all four days of our coaches cup series. 


Throughout the season athletes will participate in the Coaches Cup Series. This series is designed to expose Mitey Mites the different disciplines of skiing in a friendly competition environment.

Coaches Cup Series: BBSEF Home Team programs members (Mitey Mite, Devo Team, Freeski, and Snowboard), participate in the Coaches Cup series.  This series includes a one day Giant Slalom or Slopestyle, a one-day Slalom or Slopestyle and our three-day, four-event Coaches Cup Finale.  The Coaches Cup Finale is four events over three days. The four events are Slalom, Giant Slalom, jumping and either a slopestyle or skiercross event.  Awards will be given to 1st-5th, place in the Coaches Cup races with participant ribbons for all competitors.  We also have an end of season Coaches Cup Overall award based on points awarded based on results at each of the Coaches Cup competitions.

All BBSEF Teams Dryland Training
Sunday for one hour at Camels Back Park.  Please visit the events calendar for dates.

A Bogus Basin Season pass is required and must be purchased directly through Bogus Basin season pass office.  Pass prices are not included in BBSEF Team Fees.

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More information about BBSEF, our programs, fundraisers and volunteer information is available in the BBSEF Parent/Athlete Handbook (under the "Home" tab.)