BOEC is able to provide Adaptive Ski & Ride Program Volunteers a season pass for Breckenridge and Keystone mountains. Volunteers who are receiving a season pass must commit to volunteering a minimum of 15 days total throughout the season.
Note: The 15 total day count begins once you complete your required training (For New Volunteers: 3 full days of training; For Returning Volunteers: 1 full day of training)
We are not able to commit season passes until after all volunteers have completed their training, usually mid- to late November. BOEC is given a limited number of passes, which are given to returning volunteers first, then the remaining amount to new volunteers, who can work at least 15 days. In the past we have not had any problems with getting a pass to those who were interested, but we cannot guarantee a pass at this time. However, if by chance you do not receive a pass, we do offer an additional one-day lift ticket for each day you volunteer, up to 15 days. We can say from experience that if your only motivation for working as a Volunteer is to get a pass, the Adaptive Ski Program is probably not the place for you. Additionally, if you are not meeting the minimum volunteer requirements, it is the Program Director’s discretion to make your season pass inactive.