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Telluride “All-Stars” Camp

Seven exciting 2-day camp sessions that match your teen with the greatest Big Mountain and Freestyle All-Stars from the Telluride area!


Bud Keene, widely regarded as the most successful Olympic Action Sports coach of all time has joined forces with local legends, Olympians, and US National Team members to bring 7 exciting Progression Sessions to the World-Famous slopes of Telluride!

Participants will be mentored and guided by some of the most inspired Freeski and snowboard athletes in the world, whose collective skills have been chiseled sharp by a life spent in Telluride.

Young skiers and riders will utilize the entire mountain including the terrain park during these 2-day sessions, which will focus on fun, confidence-building, and personal technical progression. Safety, respect for the mountain environment, personal responsibility, and good decision-making will be highlighted.

Camp Includes:

  • Two days of All-Mountain Instruction and Mentoring from Bud Keene and Telluride All-Stars.
  • Discounted Snowboard and Freeski Demos.
  • Lunch On-Mountain each day.

Camp Requirements:

  • Ages: 13 and up.
  • Skill Level: Must be able to confidently negotiate Blue Square runs.
  • For: Freeskiers and Snowboarders, boys and girls.

2020-21 Camp Dates TBD



For further information, please email


Bud Keene

Bud Keene

A snowboarding pioneer, Bud was a pro snowboarder from 1985-1989 before switching to coaching.

Over the course of the past 5 Winter Olympic Games Bud has worked with multiple Gold, Silver, and Bronze medal-winning Snowboard and Freeski athletes, most famously as Shaun White’s personal coach for 3 Olympics and countless X-Games. In 2006 Bud was named the US Olympic Committee’s National Coach of the Year.

He has worked with countless champions, including locals Gus Kenworthy (Telluride freeskier, Olympic Silver Medal in Slopestyle at Sochi 2014), and Lucas Foster (US Snowboarding Rookie Team), as well as backcountry rock-star Jake Blauvelt, widely considered one of the best snowboarders in the World.


Hagen Kearney

Hagen Kearney

Hagen Kearney is an American snowboarder who competes successfully at the international level. He competed for the US at the FIS Freestyle Ski and Snowboarding World Championships 2017 in Sierra Nevada, Spain, where he won a gold medal in the men's snowboard team cross, along with teammate Nick Baumgartner. He then represented the US at the 2018 Olympics at Pyongchang, South Korea, where he placed 13th overall in the Men's Snowboard Cross.

Hagen is known as an all-mountain ripper with skills for days. His passion for the sport of snow-sliding is well-known to be off-the-charts. His enthusiasm is infectious, and his riding speaks for itself.

When not crushing it on a snowboard Hagen rides Harley Davidsons, shreds in a band on electric guitar, and chills at his home of Norwood, Colorado near Telluride.



Greg Hope

Greg Hope

Greg is a Big Mountain Freeski force of nature, and a homegrown product of the San Juan Mountains and Telluride in particular. As such he has cut his teeth on some of the most real and intimidating terrain on earth, and he has excelled. While Greg’s accomplishments do not lie in the Olympic realm, they are just as meaningful, hard-earned, and significant.

Greg’s career received a boost when he landed on the podium at the prestigious 2016 Red Bull Cold Rush Backcountry Freeski Competition held at Revelstoke BC, and he regularly challenges himself in the most extreme of circumstances. Nowadays his deeds continue to be documented by many extreme outlets including Teton Gravity Research.

Greg lives in Telluride, CO, and when not totally sending it on his skis, he spends his time playing Soccer, Fishing, Hunting, Biking, Enjoying time with Family and Friends, and Traveling.



Harry kearney

Harry Kearney

Harry is the consummate snowboarder’s snowboarder. Having experienced competitive success early on in his career, he quickly realized that his passion for riding need not be constrained by any definition.

Subsequently, he has charted a path for himself that cannot be described with a word or a phrase. He mixes Big Mountain riding with Backcountry Freestyle.

He masters all-terrain with casual confidence. He competes when it suits him, and has won the Legendary Mt. Baker Banked Slalom twice – even once would be considered a lifetime achievement for any athlete.

Harry’s enthusiasm for snow-sliding is – like his brother and fellow BKPRO coach Hagen - infectious and compelling. He is a respected rider in all realms of the sports of snowboarding and freeskiing.



Lucas Foster

Lucas Foster

Lucas Foster is a member of the US Snowboard Team, and a product of Telluride, CO, pure and simple. As a kid who grew up in the box canyon riding, skateboarding, and adventuring in the San Juans he masterfully adapts to any and all-terrain and tasks.

He rips on a skateboard. He rips on a snowboard. He adapts equally to any and all-terrain, and his stoke is off of the charts.

Lucas’s can-do-attitude has a profound effect on anyone that he interacts with. His self-belief inspires others to aspire to the same level. And it works. His attitude will elevate your game.


Greg Hope

Colby Adams

Growing up in a professional ski-bum household in Stowe, Vermont meant that skiing started shortly after walking did. What has followed has been an enduring and evolving life of skiing: beginning with the technical foundations of alpine racing, infused with a later focus of competitive slopestyle and halfpipe, and finally expressing through the raw elements of Big Mountain skiing. Contest history highlights include podium successes in the JR. and Adult Subaru Freeride Series, and international contest skiing. The past decade of this ski career has been dedicated to the youth of the sport, as an International Free Skiers and Snowboarders Association Judge and Coach, working with Big Mountain athletes who compete internationally.