The World Arena Ice Hall
Due to the Statewide Mask Mandate, a mask is required while in the World Arena Ice Hall. The exception to this mandate is for people 10 years old or less, and people who cannot medically tolerate wearing face masks. At this time Public Skating Sessions and Pick-Up Hockey are postponed until further notice.
ASSUMPTION OF RISK: The Ice Hall operates and maintains its premises to protect against the exposure of COVID-19 virus or any other communicable disease in accordance with federal and state guidelines. As noted by government health officials, complete isolation from the virus is impossible. Accordingly, the Ice Hall cannot and does not promise to eliminate the risk of exposure to COVID-19 or any other communicable disease and cannot and does not promise that the Patron will not contract COVID-19 or any other communicable disease. The Patron acknowledges that the Ice Hall has informed him/her that the Venue is not risk-free, that it is possible that the Patron may contract COVID-19 or any other communicable disease during his/her presence at the Ice Hall, and that Patron freely chooses to enter and/or reside in the Ice Hall with awareness of the associated risks.
Currently, spectators are allowed ON A LIMITED BASIS and ONLY for Hockey games and Figure Skating tests/exhibitions. Once the Rink capacity is met, no additonal spectators will be let in the facility.
No Spectators will be allowed for practices at this time.
Potential spectators must contact the host organization to confirm attendance.
One spectator per participant will be allowed for hockey games and figure skating tests & exhibitions ONLY up to 68 spectators on the Olympic Rink (62 seated spots and 6 standing room spots); and 45 spectators on the NHL rink (33 seated spots and 12 standing room spots). Spectator spots are denoted by a red circular sticker.
- The Host Organization Rink Monitor is responsible for vetting entrants, and ensuring the Ice Hall stays within capacity.
- Groups shall not be let into the rink more than 10 minutes before the start of the session so that Ice Hall Staff may disinfect the seating areas.
- No congregating in the Ice Hall Lobby pre- or post-event.
Due to limited capacity, potential spectators must contact the host organization prior to the event to arrange a spot for spectating.
Walk-in spectators who have not contacted the host organization may not be allowed entrance.
- The Lobby will be closed except for those patrons who need to perform an essential duty, such as making a transaction at the Reception Desk.
- Everyone’s temperature is subject to being taken before getting on the ice. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 or higher will not be allowed access.
- 6’ social distancing will be in effect.
- Masks or Face Coverings are mandatory while in the facility. All participants (athletes and coaches) must provide their own mask.
- Locker Rooms will be open on a limited capacity. All organizations wishing to use locker rooms must contact the Ice Hall for instructions. Showers are closed in all locker rooms.
- Teams may show up 45-60 minutes before their session to get locker rooms.
- Lobby bathrooms will be open.
- No congregating or loitering before or after sessions.
Preventative measures are in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Please practice safe hygiene. Hand sanitizers are located throughout the building.
The World Arena Ice Hall is one of the finest training facilities in the world. The complex is home to dozens of world-class figure skaters and coaches, The Broadmoor Skating Club, Colorado College Men's Hockey, Colorado Gold Speedskating Club, The Broadmoor Curling Club, and numerous youth, high school, and adult hockey leagues.
With two sheets of ice (one NHL - one Olympic), four jump harnesses, video analysis, and a ballet studio, The World Arena Ice Hall offers a comprehensive off-ice and on-ice training program that has attracted athletes from all over the world.
World Arena Ice Hall Adult Hockey League. Click here for more info.
For Information on Learn To Skate, Learn to Play Hockey or Public Skate Times please contact the skating office below.
Ice Hall Office: 719-477-2178
Learn-to-Skate Program - 719-477-2153
Public Activities Information - Figure Skating, Adult Hockey, & More
Training Here & Guest Coaching
The World Arena is home to The Broadmoor Skating Club, one of the largest skating clubs in the United States. The Broadmoor Skating Club has produced more than 50 national champions including 24 U.S. Champions at the Senior level, 3 Olympic Champions, 6 World Champions, 5 World Jr. Champions and 5 World Professional Champions. Each year the BSC is well represented at the U.S. Figure Skating National Championships.
The World Arena figure skating program offers the following to all members of the Broadmoor Skating Club, and the many athletes and coaches that visit to train here throughout the year:
- More than 120 hours of ice is dedicated to figure skating weekly
- Freestyle sessions classified for all test-levels
- Pairs & Dance Sessions
- Power, Spin, Jump and Repertory on-ice classes (in the summer)
- A ballet studio and team of nationally acclaimed Modern Dance, Ballet and Pilates instructors
- A strength & conditioning program and fitness center
- Three on-ice jump harnesses
- Dartfish videography
- A Pro Shop specializing in figure skating needs
Figure Skating Session Rates
- 45-minute session drop-in rate: $10.25
- 45-minute session contract ice rate: $8.25 (please contact skating office for contract ice times)
For all Summer Skate prices and class descriptions, please go here.
Guest Coaching Policy
Guest Coaching Requests are taken on a case by case basis. However, any potential Guest Coach must follow the following procedures:
- Guest coach must submit a letter of request at least 14 days prior to their arrival. Please note: Submitting a letter is not an approval. Please send correspondence to Allan Long, Director of Event Services-Ice Hall at [email protected]
- Guest coaching status is on a case-by-case basis and must be authorized in writing by the CSWA prior to arrival. Coaches will be permitted access to the facility for a period determined by the CSWA. Usually, this period will consist of no more than one week at a time every six months. CSWA Staff reserves the right to limit or extend periods on a case-by-case basis.
- Guest coach must submit credentials demonstrating Professional Skaters Association membership, and have at least a Basic Accreditation rating.
- Guest coach must submit credentials demonstrating U.S. Figure Skating membership, and have a Category A Certification.
- Guest coach must submit proof of completion of SafeSport training course.
- Prior to arrival, proof of insurance must be received by CSWA Skating Office.
- Guest coach may not bring with them or invite other coach(es) to be a Guest coach.
- Guest coaches are expected to dress in a professional manner while at CSWA.
- Guest coach must purchase a Guest Coach ticket ($8.50 per session or $25 daily) from the Skating Office for each session on which they plan to teach.
- There is no soliciting of other skaters. Guest coaches may bring in their own students to teach; however, contracting lessons with CSWA resident skaters is prohibited.
If you are interested in joining our figure skating training program, please contact Ice Hall administration at 719-477-2153.
Rent The Ice Hall
If you are interested in a private ice rental for hockey, broomball, figure skating, skating parties or for any other purpose in the Ice Hall, please contact the Ice Hall Director of Event Services at (719) 477-2120 for ice availability and pricing. Rates may vary based on time of day and year.
On a space available basis, the Ice Hall may rent rooms for birthday parties or other group parties, in conjunction with our Public Skating sessions - shown on the Public Activities page of this website. The cost for a private room is $25 per hour, and the per head cost is based on the Public Skating Admission and skate rental rates. Please call (719) 477-2178 for more information if you are interested in hosting a skate party at the Ice Hall.