Alta Badia Dolomites Ski Race Camp
Camp Location: Alta Badia Dolomites Ski Race Camp
Ages: U14 and up
Coach to Athlete Ratio: 1:6 maximum
Costs: Variable – camps are individually tailored to each athlete.
Notable Coaches: Roberto Grigis, Thomas Valentini, Massimo Longhi
Notable Alumni: Alex and Hannes Zingerle, Manuel Ploner, Matteo Canis, Giacomo, Silvana, and Robert Erlacher
What makes your camp standout amongst the rest? Alta Badia Ski Race Camp is a unique program in the heart of the Italian Dolomites, individually tailored for each accepted athlete and meant as an introduction to our ski race club and our Academy. More than a traditional ski camp, this is a unique train & race program where athletes will learn how to properly train and race for success alongside our athletes who are in the National Team. Athletes will also race alongside our team and under the guidance of our coaches. FIS athletes will join FIS and NJR races in the area, while U14 & U16 athletes will race under our banner in local and national races, a truly unique and challenging experience as South Tirol is one of the most competitive ski racing regions in the world. In December you will have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be a part of the men’s World Cup in Alta Badia, working behind the scenes. Because athletes will train and race with our athletes, participation to the race camp is very limited and admittance is competitive. Living in a multicultural and multilingual environment, enjoying all Italy and the Dolomites have to offer, the program will be an enriching experience both technically and personally. If you are instead interested in spending the whole winter term or academic year in the Dolomites, check our Ski Academy.
Coach to Athlete ratio: 1 coach to 6 athletes maximum
Important Information: Getting in top shape at the beginning of the ski season is essential. Alta Badia, home of one the “5 Classic” Ski World Cup on the Gran Risa (December 16-17, 2018), is the one place that can guarantee the best early season training conditions. Accommodation is offered (for a fee) at the Alpine Village in Corvara, which is owned and run by the Alpine branch of the Italian Army, and is it home to the national ski teams when training in Alta Badia. Breakfast and dinner are provided by the Village and included in the price. U14 must be accompanied by an adult. Alternative accommodation is also possible.