Poconos Race & Alpine Teams

alpine & snowboard teams

Camelback Mountain is proud to support ski and snowboard racing programs for expert youth who want to train and compete in a variety of elite races. These programs are independently operated and managed by the Pocono Alpine Ski Foundation (PASEF), a parent-­run 501(c)(3) non-­profit corporation. PASEF’s mission is to support and grow snow sports competition in the Pocono Mountains, with an emphasis on safety, sportsmanship, citizenship, and the preservation of the legacy of Rob Corchnoy, an original member of the Camelback Alpine Team who tragically passed away in 1994.


The Development Ski Team represents the future of the Ski Race Team. Membership on the Development Ski Team is open to young skiers 6 and older who can comfortably ski intermediate trails. Learn More Here.


In a positive coaching setting, children begin in programs like Development or Team Discovery to become versatile skiers. Progressing to Competition Teams (U8-U21), they refine skills in Slalom, Giant Slalom, Dual Panel Slalom, and may explore speed events like Super-G and Downhill. Learn More Here.


The Snowboard Race Team is a hard boot technical program for expert snowboarders age 18 and under who wish to race competitively in USASA and/or USSA sanctioned events. Learn More Here.

adaptive skiing

Partnering with the Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports, Camelback offers a full-service adaptive skiing and snowboarding program.

Skiing and snowboarding lessons are available for people with disabilities of all levels and abilities, ages 5 and up. Certified instructors use the latest teaching approaches. You’ll enjoy a safe and fun experience. The program uses state-of-the-art equipment, with the goal of making each lesson the best it can be.

Lessons are available on weekends by appointment. For an appointment or for more information, please contact the Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports at [email protected] or please call 215-765-5118. 

Parking for the Adaptive Pennsylvania Skiing Program is available on the lodge level for skiers with mobility impairments who have confirmed reservations with the Adaptive Skiing Program. A special permit will be sent via email before your appointment.

The Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports is a registered 501c-3 not-for-profit organization. For inquiries for donations please call to 215-765-5118.

Learn Here, Learn Right

If you’re a beginner or just need to brush up on your skills, we can help you prepare for your ski or snowboard adventure.

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Equipment & Rentals

No ski or snowboard equipment? No problem. We offer a variety of ski and snowboard equipment rentals for you to use.

Rent Equipment

Tubular Snow tubing

It’s impossible not to have fun while snow tubing — go ahead, we dare you to try at one of our 42 lightening-fast tubing lanes and Galactic experience.

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