Our Devo Ski Team has something for everyone! From never-ever skiers to lifelong lovers of the sport, the goal of Devo is fun! This game-based program teaches skiing through games and drills designed to teach classic and skate technique. The focus isn’t on racing, but Devo participants are welcome to race in the Wasatch Citizens Series.
AgesElementary and Middle School
Years in Sport 0 – 6
Training focusPlay-based outdoor recreation, introduction to skiing, balance, weight shift, introduction to skating, classic technique
Competition Games and some local races, fun races, preparation for Jr. Comp
Equipment 1 pair classic skis, 1 pair skate skis, combi-style boots, 1 pair of poles for both techniques
Complementary SportsAnything that keeps them moving!
SeasonWinter, Fall Dryland

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Devo Fall Dryland

While you’re waiting for winter, join us for some fun and games to get ready for the season!

Fall Dryland Information, here.

Program Dates/Times 2022

Devo Winter runs January 4th through March 3rd, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:15 to 5:45.  One or two day  options available.

Devo has filled to capacity for 2022. Please make sure to check this website again in August of 2022 for information about the 2023 program.

Season Rentals

TUNA offers season rentals for DEVO on a first-come, first-served basis. Rentals are made possible by fundraising and program fees. Register early for Devo and rentals at the same time, here.

Age Groups

Devo skiers will be grouped by grade and then ability. Advanced skiers will be challenged, while new skiers will learn at their pace.

DEVO Details

The TUNA Devo Ski Team is for skiers in elementary and middle school .  Practices are generally held at Mtn. Dell, however, due to variable snow conditions this is subject to change  

Devo is the largest program in TUNA, and an emphasis has been put on challenging the more experienced skiers on their way to Junior Comp in middle school. For this reason, skiers will be grouped by coaches with their peers, but also by skill level. Because children this age change so quickly, coaches will evaluate the skiers and place them accordingly to meet the challenge of safety, ability, and fun.

For more details, contact Kyler Rendle at kyler.rendle@utahnordic.org


TUNA runs on volunteers. Each family will be asked to volunteer for at least 3 sessions of Devo. No skiing experience is necessary, but it’s a huge plus! We have positions that range from arena parent (that warm smiling face a kid needs to see when they need their parent), chasing the back of the group on skis, and off-snow tasks that can be completed outside the DEVO times. . Contact Kyler to volunteer: kyler.rendle@utahnordic.org