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National Alpine Ski Camp (NASC)

27500 E Timberline Road Timberline Lodge, OR 97028

800-453-NASC (6272)

Overview:This is a ski camp with a twist. Train GS and SL in the mornings, and do really fun summer sports in the afternoons. Super G training is offered during the first and second sessions. Campers choose from three different after-ski activities each day. Our hand-selected coaches are highly trained in ski racing and coaching and have the passion for coaching young athletes in a safe, fun learning environment. Safety, fun and learning is the NASC philosophy. A six-to-one athlete to coach ratio is used to ensure effective learning for each athlete. Coaches tailor a program for each individual athlete based on their motivation, level of understanding and movement patterns. NASC uses terrain-based learning (TBL) in which a custom wave track is built every season to challenge the athletes’ balance. NASC is the only camp at Hood to do this.

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Locations: Mt. Hood, Ore./Timberline Ski Resort (summer); Copper Mountain, Colo. (fall). The NASC summer campus is “The Resort at the Mountain” in Welches, Oregon ( Nestled in the western highlands just 15 minutes from Mt. Hood, The Resort at the Mountain is a premier Oregon ski and golf resort. Its modern luxury condominium custom houses are located on the golf course or on the banks of the Salmon River in very beautiful locations (see pictures at Privately catered with locally grown fresh produce, the camp serves healthy, balanced home-cooked meals. The fall camp is at the Copper Mountain Inn, slopeside at Copper Mountain in Colorado.

Activities: Giant Slalom and slalom alpine summer ski race training, tennis, swimming, croquet, windsurfing, mountain biking, rock climbing, climbing wall, mini-golf, whitewater rafting, hiking, field sports, volleyball, rollerblading, ski tuning, ski video analysis, race tactics and more! Double session campers participate in a day trip to the Oregon coast.

Dates: 10-day sessions: Session 1, June 11 to June 20; Session2, June 22 to July 1; Session 3, July 3 to July 12; Session 4, July 14 to July 23; Session 5, July 25 to July 31 (shorter seven-day program). Double sessions are a 21-day program. Combine any two sessions, and go to the Oregon coast in between sessions. Fall camp session (Copper Mountain, Colo.): Nov. 20 to 26. New offering for 2015: 4-day GS and 3-day slalom camps offered each session. Ski and Golf program for Masters and an international camp: GS, slalom and SG training will be conducted In Hintertux, Austria, Oct. 1-10.

Cost: Overnight: $1795-$2295; Day Program: $1795; Double Sessions: $4495 (all-inclusive); register early because sessions fill up fast. Fall camp: $2295. Three-day slalom camp starts at $695. Prices start at $40/day for the training center.

Contact: Brad Alire, director