Grooming Report: 0930 95% of Trails Groomed 12-1-2022 

CMBC will be hosting US Biathlon 2023 National Championships!

Please click on the Invitation Letter below for more details:

2023 US Biathlon Nationals Invitation FINAL

Check out the announcement at: https://www.teamusa.org/US-Biathlon/News/2022/June/13/US-Biathlon-Announces-2023-National-Championships

COORDINATE ALL RANGE USE THROUGH VENUE OPERATOR ROBERT ROSSER AT 

307-277-0318 or robert.m.rosser@gmail.com

No membership dues unless in CMBC Programs.

Red Book Safety Certification required to be on range.

RSO required to open & operate range during practice session.

RANGE FEES

  • Single Use: $15/day

  • Annual: Individual $180, Family $300 (2 people) or $375 (3+ people) Annual Range card good from 01NOV-31OCT

Range Use Cards must be brought with you every time you visit the range as RSOs will request to see it. CMBC will provide range cards when payment is received.

CMBC Thanksgiving Camp 19-26NOV2022:

  • 10-12pm each day. $300/ 8 sessions & Includes ski pass but you need to fill out form and turn into CMBC. Enables skiing on Biathlon and Nordic trails.

CMBC Winter Program DEC-APR: All ages and abilities welcome and encouraged!

  • 2-3 sessions week $700 (M,W,Th)

  • 1 session per week $500

  • 10% off for additional siblings/ family members

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

  • Private lessons available $100/ session 

  • Red Book Safety Certification available at $50

Please contact Rob Rosser for more details.

307-277-0318

– or –

Robert.M.Rosser@gmail.com

 
 
The mission of Casper Mountain Biathlon Club (CMBC) is to build the foundation for lifelong health through biathlon and to advance the mental wellbeing of youth, disabled athletes, and adults. CMBC operations reflect the belief that communities are enriched when people with different backgrounds and perspectives are active participants in decision-making processes. CMBC actively seeks to promote access and inclusivity and opposes discrimination based on race, creed, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, and other factors that deny the essential humanity of all biathlon and nordic skiing participants.