CSU Snowsport Clubs to Join

Rachel Rasmussen

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By Laura Studley and Rachel Rasmussen


CSU Snowriders

Founded in 1974, Colorado State University Snowriders works to be the number one resource for all information about skiing and snowboarding at CSU through extending knowledge about snowriding to any and all people interested. They strive to create an atmosphere that is welcoming and fun for everyone involved. The group gets together and goes out to various resorts, including Loveland, Copper Mountain, Vail and Steamboat. CSU Snowriders also hosts events throughout the year to connect riders to a community who shares the same love for snow.

CSU Snowboard Club

The Colorado State University snowboard team has been recognized as a collegiate sports club for more than 10 years. They are committed to both competing and practicing to become the best snowboarding team. Practices are held on Sundays during the regular season at either Copper Mountain or Winter Park. An Ikon pass is required for practice days. The CSUBT is open to any snowboarders who are looking to progress or compete in slopestyle and freestyle aspects of snowboarding.

CSU Alpine Ski Team

For more than 50 years, CSU has given anyone interested the opportunity to try competitive alpine ski racing at the collegiate level. The team at CSU is open to all levels, from first-time racers to people that have been racing for years. Races are held all over the Rocky Mountain region, including Crested Butte, Winter Park, Powderhorn, and more. There are also dry-land trainings and on-snow training at Eldora during the season. This team gives individuals the opportunity to experience ski racing in a fun and exciting environment, while also giving them the chance to make new friends.