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Overview:  We offer full packages, so including training, lift ticket, hotel, etc. There is also supervision guaranteed for our minor aged athletes, in case that they would like to join us without any accompanying adults. Austria Racing Camps is one of the biggest or even the biggest private Racing Camp in the world. Austria Racing Camps exists since more than 40 years with great success. The development of our concept considers the experience gained by World Champions and World Cup winners, members of the National Team, Austrian demonstrators for Interskis and the St. Christoph Bundessportheim.

 Locations: Kuehtai (Austria), Hintertux Glacier (Austria), Stubai Glacier (Austria), Skidome Neuss (Germany)

Ages: 8 years – adults (kids, juniors, FIS-racers, masters)

Notable Coaches: All coaches of ARC are of highest qualification. The education of the coaches is based on the well-respected Austrian curriculum used in the context of the national training programme for alpine coaches and certified ski instructors.

Alumni: Mikaela Shiffrin (ÙSA), David Chodounsky (USA), Stephanie Venier (AUT -current vice world champion in Downhill), Werner Heel (ITA – worldcup racer), … and lots more

Dates: Almost full-year program. Winter Camps Kuehtai (December – April), Spring Camps Stubai Glacier (May), Summer Camps Hintertux Glacier (June – August), Skidome Neuss (August), Fall Camps Hintertux Glacier (September – November)

Coach to Athlete ratio: We have different offerings: Classic Camps (8 – 10 athletes per coach); Elite Camps (3 – 6 athletes per coach); Private Camps (1 or 2 athletes per coach)

Cost: Price on request as there are different prices depending season period

Contact:; +43 664 17 57 200


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Next season starts now.


There is no better way to get a leg up on your rivals than by logging summer miles on your skis or by getting those legs even stronger through a ski-specific conditioning camp.

Mount Hood is calling. So is Whistler. And New Zealand. They all have summer ski camps designed to enhance skill development and acquisition in the so-called “off season.”

Check out our sweet list of summer ski camps from around the world to find the best fit to help you reach all your competitive goals next winter.

Mt. Hood

Just a short flight from anywhere in the U.S., Mt. Hood in Oregon is a stratovolcano that is home to the Palmer Glacier. Train gates or freeski on the steep upper lanes or the more gradual lower mile at Timberline Ski Area, accessible by two chairlifts, at a maximum elevation of 9,300 feet.


Site of the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, Whistler in British Columbia has summer skiing on the Blackcomb Glacier that is accessible via two T-bars. You’ll ride multiple chairlifts before you reach the snow, but the picturesque download at the end of the day to the resort village makes it all worthwhile.

New Zealand and Zermatt

For more adventurous skiers seeking a cultural experience coupled with a ski camp, opportunities abound on European glaciers and in the Southern Hemisphere, where our summer is their winter. Wanderlusts belong at these camps in Wanaka, New Zealand; and Saas Fee, Switzerland.

CVA Summer Camp


Join CVA for 8 days on-snow (plus two more travel days), focused on technical fundamentals and gate training with a low coach/athlete ratio. Be prepared to learn, work hard and have fun! Families are welcome and encouraged to join their athletes for this trip. There are many opportunities for exploration on the doorstep of Yellowstone National Park.

Location: Beartooth Basin, MT

Dates: June 23 – July 3, 2018

Ages: U12 – U14 (second year) YOB 2004 – 2007

Coach to Athlete Ratio: 5:1

Notable Alumni: Bode Miller, Kirsten Clark, Sam Morse

Cost: $500 deposit, final costs TBD

Contact:  Ron Bonnevie, 207-491-7134,,

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ELITEAM Conditioning Camps & Clinics

47 Kew-Vasseur Rd Vermont 05673 


Phone: 802-793-5055

OVERVIEW: ELITEAM Conditioning camps are specifically designed for athletes ages 8 to 14. ELITEAM’s unique approach teaches young athletes the importance of Sports Physiology, Sports Psychology and Sports Nutrition. Celebrating its 27th year, ELITEAM is high energy with non-stop action and is all about pushing limits, learning new skills and having fun. ELITEAM’s goal is simple: to develop healthy, confident and complete athletes.

SPORTS PHYSIOLOGY- PSYCHOLOGY- NUTRITION: ELITEAM’s focus on fun AND education is what makes it unique. For over 25 years, ELITEAM’s mission has been to educate and inspire young athletes. Through its hands-on approach, ELITEAM involves the athlete in the education process. Activities such as rock climbing, ropes courses and race situations are used to teach focus, mental imagery skills and stress management. Running, agility workouts and ski-specific exercises are used to understand the body’s physiological functions. And by baking bread, energy bars and other healthy snacks, and nutritionally evaluating a variety of foods, the athletes discover how diet can affect their health and performance.

ACTIVITIES: A wide variety of cross-training activities are used to improve each athlete’s power, strength, balance, agility & coordination. Sample workouts include dryland slalom, ropes courses, sand pits, slack lining, ski-specific exercises, obstacle courses, rock wall climbing, hiking, soccer, yoga, team-building games, crazy relays, funky dance, circuits, leg routines, USST exercises and more! In addition to the workouts, daily notebook sessions cover the fundamentals of Sports Physiology, Psychology and Nutrition. Athletes will also visit the kitchen for a lively cooking class and nutrition workshop!

WHO ATTENDS: ELITEAM is for high-energy kids who love the outdoors and are involved in competitive sports. Many of the campers who attend are young ski racers, but any young athlete is welcome. For optimal performance, all athletes need to know how to train their muscles, fuel their bodies and learn how to keep a strong and positive mindset. It’s called being a complete athlete, and that is ELITEAM’s focus! So no matter what competitive sport your child participates in, the skills learned at ELITEAM benefit any and all athletes.

GIRLS POWER CAMP (GPC): In addition to ELITEAM’s classic camps, ELITEAM now offers girls-only overnight camps. This program launched in 2016 and was a huge success! The GPC sessions, lead by Kelley Lewis and an all female staff, remain true to ELITEAM’s commitment of teaching young athletes about Sports Physiology, Psychology and Nutrition. However, at this camp, these topics are viewed through the lens of a female athlete. Ultimately, the goal is to provide a focused path forward in which the girls can more easily tap into their inner strength and confidence, and are inspired to push their limits with a strong body and powerful mind. GPC “POWER HOUR” WORKSHOPS: In between workouts, the GPC program includes “Power Hour” workshops designed to inspire personal growth and promote a positive mindset. The workshops teach skills that will help the girls navigate the challenges of their sport and daily lives with a feeling of confidence and empowerment. Sample topics include Self-Awareness, Stress Management, Women’s Nutrition, Body Image & The Female Athletes Body, Support Networks, and Positive Mindset.


Olympian Doug Lewis, co-creator of ELITEAM camps, is a two-time U.S. Olympian and World Championship medalist. Doug has been extensively involved in World Class athletics as a ski racer, coach, broadcaster, motivational speaker and spokesperson for over 30 years. He has dedicated himself to passing on his winning knowledge of sports and competition to young athletes.

Kelley Lewis, ELITEAM’s Director, is the driving force behind ELITEAM’s continued success, coordinating all aspects of the camps for the past 25 years. Kelley also created and leads the ELITEAM Girls Power Camps, a new and exciting addition to ELITEAM’s line up of programs. Kelley is a former ski racer as well. Her ski racing career took her all the way to the starting gate of a World Cup Downhill in Lake Louise, an exciting day as a “Crazy Canuck”! After hanging up her race skis, she has made it her personal mission to educate and inspire every ELITEAM athlete. She is a NASM Certified Personal Trainer with additional certification as a Youth Exercise Specialist.

CAMPER-COACH RATIO: Approximately 45-50 athletes attend each camp/clinic. A 4:1 ratio of campers to coaches at all camps ensures personal attention for every camper.


Waitsfield, VT: ELITEAM’s overnight camps in Vermont are held at the Green Mountain Valley School. All campers and staff stay overnight in the dorms.

Lake Tahoe, CA: This year ELITEAM is excited to offer a 2-day clinic in Lake Tahoe! The clinic will be hosted at Sugar Bowl Academy in June.


CA Clinic: June 25-26, 2018 (ages 10-14)
VT World Cup 1: July 9-14, 2018 (ages 11-14)
VT World Cup 2: July 16-21, 2018 (ages 11-14)
VT Europa Cup: July 25-28, 2018 (ages 8-11)
VT Girls Power Camp: Aug. 1-4, 2018 (ages 11-14)


CA (day camp) Clinic- $200
World Cup (overnight) camps- $1275
Europa Cup (overnight) camp- $800
Girls Power Camp (overnight) camp- $850

Ski Club ELITEAM Clinics:

ELITEAM provides Clubs with one or two-day dryland clinics held at the Ski Club locale. Through challenging and fun ski-specific exercises, together with some classroom work on Nutrition and Psychology, ELITEAM motivates and educates young ski racers to hit their Summer or Fall training schedule with renewed energy, focus and determination.

Contact: Director Kelley Lewis

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Erich Sailer Ski Racing Camps, Inc.


Phone: 952-431-4477


Overview: Long established ski racing camp, attracting racers from all over the US and Canada. Erich co-founded the first US summer ski racing camp on Mt. Hood in the 1950’s. “Safety first” is his motto and with a lifetime of experience skiing on summer snow, his safety record is excellent. Parents can lodge with their children, if they wish and are also welcome on the mountain.

Intense Slalom and GS training, coached by unmatched coaching staff that is dedicated to working with every racer with the goal of improving their racing skills. Daily videos and analysis, conditioning program. Luxurious accommodations in a lush golf course setting with opportunities for recreational activities. Daily video and analysis, conditioning program. check our website at

Established summer camp with outstanding safety record. Teaching the latest technique in GS and SL, with coaches forerunning and pace-setting every course. Best lodging facility at “The Resort at The Mountain”.

The high quality of the coaching staff and their livelong experience as racers and coaches. A caring attitude towards each and every young racer. Safety is always on their minds. Attracting also top junior talent. Full-length courses. Daily video sessions/analysis. Very comfortable lodging facility. Ski testing available on site. We mostly have 2 coaches on one course and will guarantee good conditions.

Location: Mt. Hood, Ore.

Activities: Slalom and GS training, video analysis, ski-specific dryland training, fun.

Ages: 8 – Adult; younger ones after consultation.

Coaches: Erich Sailer, Uros Pavlovcic, Michael Ankeny, AJ Ginnis, Sarah Schleper, Resi Stiegler, Jacob Olsen, Martina Sailer

Notable Alumni: Lindsey Vonn, Julia Mancuso, Kristina Koznick, Sarah Schleper, Resi Stiegler, Tasha Nelson, Michael Ankeny, Paula Moltzan.

Dates: June 10, 2018 – June 17, 2018 (session 1) and June 17, 2018 – June 24, 2018 (session 2)

Cost: $1,650 ( lodging not included)

Coach to athlete ratio: 8 to 1

Contact: Ursula and Erich Sailer,, 612-850-0468


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GMVS Mt. Hood Race Camp

Overview: Daily Technical freeskiing, slalom and GS training Physical conditioning, tuning and video analysis Functional movement screening Technical and tactical written evaluations Current and former USST members in attendance. Focus on technical free-skiing as well as GS/SL training. Video analysis, conditioning and tuning support. Written evaluations focused on technical and tactical skill development. Coaching staff lives with the athletes in private condominiums. Come prepared with camp goals in mind. Be prepared for the elements and bring clothes for all kinds of weather and an extra pair of gloves and goggles. Phenomenal coach to athlete ratio, top-level coaches and close 24/7 adult supervision.

Locations: Mt. Hood, Oregon

Ages: U12 and U14 boys and girls

Coaches: Steve Utter – Alpine Program Director and Head U16 Girls’ Coach, Dani Koch – Head FIS Women’s Coach, Doug Williams – Head FIS Men’s Coach, Tim Curran – Head Men’s U16 Coach, Adam Julius – Head U14 Coach, Colin Rodgers – Nordic Program Director, Traudl Gavett, Martin Guyer, Jeremy Transue

Coach to athlete ratio: 1:4

Notable Alumni: Doug Lewis, Daron Rahlves, AJ Kitt, Jeremy Transue, Sally Knight Utter, Chelsea and Cody Marshall, Laura Spector, Caitlin Compton, Genevieve Simard, Sarah Billmeier, and numerous successful NCAA All-Americans.

Current USST members: Drew Duffy and AJ Ginnis

Current member of Team Great Britain: Charlie Raposo

Team Canada member: Ali Nullmeyer

Dates: June 23 – July 3, 2018

Cost:$2,900 prior to April 2nd, $3,100 after (airfare not included)

Contact:, 802-496-2150

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Gould Academy U14 Alpine Training at Les Deux Alps

Overview: Join Gould Academy full time coaches for an excellent summer ski training opportunity. This camp is for rising U14’s held at Les Deux Alpes in France. Les Deux Alpes offers outstanding conditions on the largest glacier in Europe. The camp’s focus will be on fundamentals as well as Giant Slalom and Slalom. Lodging will be at one of the Hotels in the village that is walking distance to the lift. We will be eight days on-snow plus one day off-snow day with activities.

Locations: Les Deux Alps France

Ages: Current and rising U14s

Coaches: Rogan Connell, Craig Niiler, Kurt Simard

Alumni: Bump Heldman, Parker Gray, Ben Drummond, Sasha Rearick, Zeke Davisson

Dates: June 21 – July 2, 2018

Cost:Cost: $2100 + Airfare

Contact: ; 207-240-5374


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June Ski Camp at Loveland

Loveland Ski Area, Colorado


Phone: 844-832-6572 ext 704


Come take advantage of LSC’s private Spring Training venue at Loveland Basin! Utilize the invaluable summer time for skiing, without the added cost of traveling far from home. 8 days of skiing spread across 2 weeks of high-quality training and coaching, utilizing gated and gateless training. Low athlete to coach ratio not exceeding 6-1, and extremely limited hill access mean that crowds are limited. Skiing from 7 AM-noon each day in order to take advantage of the higher quality early morning snow. Cost includes lift access. Lodging and meals are not included. Summer camp is a fantastic low-pressure environment to make huge improvements in your skiing without the added distractions of competition. We have highly limited access to training venue ensures a high-quality training environment close to the Colorado Front Range with a low coach to athlete ratio.

Dates: June 4-7 (Session 1), June 11-14 (Session 2)

Location: Loveland Ski Area

Notable coaches: Scott Graham, Anje Worrell,  Hig Roberts, 2018 U.S. Alpine Slalom Champion, 2017 U.S. Alpine Giant Slalom Champion

Coach to Athlete ratio: Never exceeding 6-1

Ages: U10-U19

Costs: $1699


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Keely’s Ski Camp for Girls


Phone: 307-271-0533

Overview: Keely’s Camp is the first ski camp for girls in North America. We coach girls with an all-star female staff of Olympians, World Cup, and NCAA skiers. Our mission is to empower, inspire, educate, and connect the next generation of girls in skiing and outdoor sports. Get ready to have fun, make friends, and don’t forget your sunscreen!

Tags: @keelyscamp @keelykelleher

Hashtag: #GirlsMovingMountains

Facebook: Keely’s Ski Camp for Girls

Locations: Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, Iceland, Chile

Ages: 9-18

Activities: Yoga, hiking, ultimate frisbee, soccer, stand-up paddle boarding, whitewater rafting

Coaches: Alice Mckennis, Leanne Smith, Megan McJames, Jess Kelley, Chelsea Marshall, Anna Goodman, Keely Kelleher, Libby Ludlow, Katie Hitchcock, Kristin Waddle, Annie Rendall, Lindsay Mann

Coach to athlete ratio: 1:5

Notable Alumni: Katie Hensien, Claire Thomas


Montana Backcountry Camp – April 13-15

Iceland Ski & Sail Camp – May 5-13

Mt. Hood Race Camp –

Session 1 June 24 – July 1

Session 2 July 1-8

Session 3 July 8-15

Session 4 July 20-26

Session 5 July 26-31

Jackson Hole Kayak Camp – August 4-9

Portillo Women’s Ski Camp (21 & Older) – August 25 – September 1

Cost: Montana Backcountry Yurt Camp: $850, Iceland Ski & Sail Camp: $3950, Mt. Hood Race Camps: Sessions 1 through 3 – $1,955, Sessions 4 & 5 – $1,655, Jackson Hole Kayak Camp: $995, Portillo Women’s Ski Camp – $2,775

Contact: Keely Kelleher,

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Killington Mountain School Camps

KMS athletic programs run year-round, providing student-athletes with the building blocks they need to reach their goals. KMS racers work throughout the preparation period—the time between the end of one competition season and the beginning of the next—to be ready for that next season’s competitions.

2018 BOOST Summer Camps: 

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Mt. Hood: On snow camp focusing on fundamentals and progression into slalom and giant slalom gate training. This camp will be open to all U10-U16 athletes

Participants: Alpine U-10, U-12, U-14, U-16

Dates: Short Session June 22-July 3

Long Session June 22 -July 7

Location: Mt. Hood

Lodging: Housing in downtown Government Camp Oregon

Cost: $3000.00 and $4000.00 includes, lifts, lodging, meals and all ground transportation

In Oregon. Does not include airfare.

Deposit: $1,000 by April 15, balance due by May 15. Registrations received

after May 1 cannot be guaranteed pricing. All participants must be paid in full prior to departure

Registration: Online Registration:

For more information contact Greg Hadley, BOOST Alpine Program Director, 802.422.5671 x.266,

Saas Fee Switzerland 

On snow camp focusing on fundamentals and progression into slalom and giant slalom gate training. This camp will be open to all U12-U16 athletes

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Participants: Alpine U-12, U-14, U-16

Dates: August 9-23, 2018

Location: Saas Fee Switzerland

Lodging: Housing in downtown Saas Fee Switzerland

Cost: $3800.00 Includes, lifts, lodging, meals and all ground transportation

in Switzerland. Does not include airfare.

Deposit: $1,000 by May 15, balance due by June 15. Registrations received after June cannot be guaranteed pricing. All participants must be paid in full prior to departure

Registration: Online Registration:

For more information contact Greg Hadley, BOOST Alpine Program Director, 802.422.5671 x.266,


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Open to athletes 10-18 years old from all disciplines, Athletic Conditioning Camps give a glimpse into the athletic lifestyle of true athletes, teaching participants how to push their bodies, brains, hearts, and minds to a whole new level, all while having fun. Through gym activities and outdoor exploration such as hiking, biking, rock climbing, paddle boarding, and more, participants will return to their sport choice with increased focus, agility, conditioning, and awareness of how to reach their personal bests.

Being an athlete doesn’t start and end at practice; it’s a lifestyle. Spend a week living that lifestyle with our KMS coaching staff and other like-minded peers with SUMMER SESSIONS at KMS. Reserve your spot now!

Summer Sessions Athletic Conditioning Camps: (open to athletes of all disciplines, ages 10-18. Camps include agility, strength, and conditioning activities and work both in the gym and outdoors and offer boarding and day options)

Participants:      10-18 years of age

Dates: Session 1 July 15-20

Session 2 July 22-27

Location: Killington Mountain School

Lodging: Killington Mountain School

Cost: $700.00 Includes lodging, meals and all activities

Deposit: Full payment due by Jun 1. Registrations received

After June 1st cannot be guaranteed pricing. All participants must be paid in full prior to arrival.

Registration: Online Registration:

For any Summer Sessions questions or for more information please contact

Gar Trayner –Director of Athlete Development, 802-422-5671 ext 257

or email


Cycling (DH Mtn Bike Cross Country and Cyclocross) Camps


Dates: Session 1 June 18-22nd, Session 2 June 25 –29th, Session 3 July 9th – 13th, Session 4 July 16 – 20th, Session 4 July 23 – 27th, Session 5 July 30 – Aug 3rd

Cross Country Camp

July 30 – Aug 3rd

Xcross Camp

Aug 20 – 24th

Location: Killington Mountain School

Lodging: Killington Mountain School

Cost: $700.00 Includes lodging, meals and all activities

Deposit: Full payment due by May 1, 2018. Registrations received

After June 1st cannot be guaranteed pricing. All participants must be paid in full prior to arrival.

Registration: Online Registration:

For any Summer Sessions questions or for more information please contact

Brad Ramsay – Cycling Sport Director , 802-422-5671

or email

Jeff Junueau – Mtn Bike Coach 802-422-5671


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Ligety Weibrecht Ski Camp

88611 Government Camp Loop Government Camp, OR 97028


Phone: 716-378-7509


Overview:  Olympic, World Cup, National Champions as your coaches, including US Ski Team members and alumni. The camp includes coaching from world class skiers, experienced certified staff, video analysis, lift passes, lodging, buffet style meals at the Huckleberry Inn, airport shuttle, 2018 race ski demos, soccer, hiking, swimming, camp shirt, optional Deschutes River Trip.
Family, group and multi-session pricing with lodging or day training only. Save and register before May 1, 2018
Location: Mt. Hood, Oregon
Ages: 8 – Masters
Dates: Session 1 June 15-21, Session 2 June 21-27, Session 3 June 27-July 3
Cost:  $1799 registration before 5/1, $1899 after 5/1.  $1449 (without lodging/meals) registration before 5/1, $1549 after 5/1
Coaches:  Ted Ligety, Andrew Weibrecht, Dave Chodounsky, Steve Nyman, Megan McJames, Nolan Kasper, Anna Marno, Max Marno, Patricia Mangan, Phil and Steve Mahre, US Ski Team coaches – Pete Anderson and Scotty Veenis.
Contact:  Miguel Azcarate, Director 716-378-7509.  Email:  Web:
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Mount Hood Summer Ski Camps

93732 E Highway 26 Government Camp, OR 97028


Phone: 503-337-2230

Overview: Mt. Hood’s most continuous and longest running summer ski camp: a 35-year tradition of ski racing excellence with world-class facilities, coaching and training facilities. Mt. Hood Summer Ski Camps, Inc., is Oregon’s only ski racing camp licensed and bonded as a State of Oregon “Youth Organizational Camp,” permitted under the United States Forest Service, and insured, bonded, and registered as a guide and outfitter under the State of Oregon Marine Board. We have been running the premier afternoon activities program in the Mt. Hood area longer than any other camp and have developed and maintained quality programs for athletes. We have a private campus five miles from Government Camp, which promotes the safety of your athlete while allowing the personal freedom on campus to be kids. Everyone gets better here! We run camps year round. We video twice a day. We have operated in the same location since 1979. We own all of our facilities; two lodges, 13 dorm rooms, commercial kitchen, great tuning room, all on 12 acres 5 miles outside of town. We are not hotel rats. We have a dedicated counselor staff to help campers fit in starting on the first day.

Location: Government Camp, Ore.

Ages: 9-99

Activities: After-skiing activities include whitewater rafting, rock climbing, mountain biking, windsurfing, swimming, soccer, tennis, trampoline, skateboarding, challenge course, field sports and paintball.

Notable Coaches: Mike Syrovatka, Darren Owen, Jonah Elston, Peter Cimmino, Roger Bay, Bob Robicek, Nicole Cordingley, Mike Bansmer, Jake Benda, Jackie Reis, Devan Lamere, Harlen O’Brien, Simon Marsh, Mike Foley and Dave Ojala.

Coach to athlete ratio: 8:1

Notable Alumni: Ted Ligety, Julia Mancuso, Daron Rahlves, Eric Wild

Dates: Week-long sessions starting May 27 going through September 1

Cost: $950 for coaching only, $1495 for full session


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National Alpine Ski Camp (NASC)

27500 E Timberline Road Timberline Lodge, OR 97028


Phone: 1-303-875-1405

Phone: 303-875-1405 (mobile)


We have been operating ski based training camps for over Three decades now, to create the ultimate camp experience for you and your family, both on and off the mountain with our programs.

We offer a unique itinerary to compliment the on snow time with cool after-ski activities. In our ski race training camps we ski in the mornings and do summer activities in the afternoons. We provide Safety fun and learning while skiing and while doing all the other activities.We also do extensive video analysis and tech talks to prepare you to get on the podium!


Our Ski camps coaches are amazing and teach the sport and its techniques in a safe and fun learning environment. The skiing levels range from intermediate to expert. You get an opportunity to learn new skills and improve your technique and race tactics at camp. To become a better skier, it is important to strive for excellence through improved fundamental skills and that is where NASC steps in. Our proficient team of amazing coaches offer affordable Ski based training camps to children, teenagers, and adults with improvement guaranteed at all of our camps.

Locations: Mt. Hood and Copper Mountain

Ages: 10-20


Our camps provide ski warm up followed by stance, skills work and free skiing mixed with gate drills and courses. This proven format allows the racers to simultaneously work on fundamental skill development, modern racing tactics and strategies on each run. Each evening ski groups meet with their coaches for a video movement analysis. This process provides NASC athletes with a model and a solid understanding of what to practice during the next morning’s warm-up time.

Each day of training, NASC campers participate in several aspects of ski training. Our gate progressions (of graduating difficulty) and athlete-centred methodology allow the NASC athletes to develop skills and confidence while having fun and running lots of gates.NASC understands that being a ski racer and having the skills and knowledge to coach are two different paths. We hire only the best and our philosophy is safety, fun and learning…in that order.



Mount Hood:




Copper Mountain:

Session 1 – November 18-24

Cost: Starting at $1,895

Contact: Brad Alire, director

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NSA East and West Fall Camps and Europe Camp


Phone: 705-444-1617

Saas Fee, Switzerland

Join the NSA’s U14, U16, and FIS athletes at our annual training camp in Saas-Fee, Switzerland, the top European summer training center. This unique camp is situated in a world-class training environment with optimal summer ski conditions for SL and GS technical training alongside World Cup athletes. This all-inclusive camp includes all lift tickets, hill space, daily video analysis & fitness training with the NSA Fitness Director & coaches, boot & ski support provided by top ski techs from Sporting life Canada. Athletes stay in fully supervised apartment accommodations and enjoy homemade meals prepared our chef.

East and West Fall Camps

We believe the best way to be ready for race season is to get on snow early. These two camps offer the best pre-season conditions with lots of opportunities to gate train. Both camps include accommodations in dorms or condos, all meals, lift tickets, hill space, daily video analysis & fitness training with the NSA Fitness Director & coaches.

Locations: Saas Fee, Switzerland and Red Mountain, BC & Sunday River, ME

Dates: Sass Fee, Switzerland TBD (end of August to the beginning of September), Sunday River and Red Mountain- Late November to mid-December

Costs: TBD (Return airfare and land transfers from Toronto to Zurich included)

Ages: 12 – Post Grad (Sass Fee) and Sunday River – 12 -15 yrs, Red Mountain – 16 yrs – PG

Notable Coaches: Jurg Gfeller, Sami Piana, Liisa Savijarvi

Notable Alumni: Roni Remme, Larisa Yurkiw, Caroline Bartlett, Rudolfo Dickson

Contact:; 705.444.1617


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Olin/Lacasse Ski Racing School


Phone: 612-819-0186

Overview: Advanced instruction in ski racing from world-class coaches Tony Olin and Josee Lacasse and their acclaimed international staff. Students of all ages are exposed to world-class GS and slalom techniques, presented with tactical evaluation, all in a safe, well-supervised environment. We conduct proven, innovative drills and exercises for the long-term technical development of each racer. We present daily on and off-hill video analysis; highly effective, low student-to-coach ratios; full-length courses and race simulations; cross-training activities enhancing coordination/sport specific skills; equipment and basic biomechanical evaluation; conditioning and tuning.

Tony Olin and Josee Lacasse have been coaching athletes of all abilities for decades – including several current and recently retired World Cup athletes. Before forming Olin/Lacasse SkiRacing School, they worked for famed Erich Sailer – and helped form some of the World’s best ski racers. Tony and Josee also believe that every skier is important and that no matter where they are on the development scale, their experience at summer camp should be enriching and productive.

If you’re looking to develop your skills as a ski racer, choose a camp that focuses on the individual. Choose a camp that has skill development as the chief objective. Some camps offer a lot of other distractions – having little to do with becoming a better ski racer. Your goal should be to return to your program a different – improved skier. We want your coaches to say, “Wow, what happened to you?!”

Location: Mt. Hood, Oregon (summer)

Activities: Cookouts, swimming, exploring Oregon


Mt. Hood, Oregon (summer) and Vail (Early season)

Activities: Cookouts, swimming, exploring Oregon.

Dates: Mt. Hood: July 4 to 10, July 10 to 17 (Tuesday arrival and departure), Thanksgiving in Vail, Colorado: Nov. 21 to 28.

Ages: 9-20+

Notable Coaches: Tony Olin, Josee Lacasse, Joonas Rasanen, Mary Rachel Hostetter, Teagan Olin

Coach to athlete ratio: 8 to 1

Notable Alumni: Forrest Peterson, Travis Ganong, Will Brandenburg, Erik Arvidsson, Sterling Grant

Activities: Cookouts, swimming, exploring Oregon.

Dates: Mt Hood: 7/3-10; 7/10-17; Vail: 11/21-28

Cost: $2,100 per session

Contact: Tony Olin

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Party Beach Ski Camps

Camp Overview:

We offer 2 sessions of a blended freeride/race camp as well as 2 sessions of (non) traditional race camp, including our last session for collegiate athletes in need of a fun, unique and productive training option outside of their school season. We are not your traditional race camp, we incorporate a ton of all mountain freeskiing, park, moguls and our own man-made cliff feature along with uniquely delivered race drills and courses to create a well balanced, life-long skier.

Location: Mt. Hood, Oregon

Ages: 8-60 years old

Camp Dates: 

Session 1: June 19-28,

Session 2: July 3-9, July 12-21

Session 3: July 25-30, 2018

Costs: $1750-$1950

Notable Coaches: Marcus Caston and Lyndsay Strange

Notable Alumni: Michel Macedo, Paris Pratt, Jules Parke

Coach to athlete ratio: 1:6


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Portillo, Chile Youth Race Camp U12 & U14

Romed Baumann of the Austrian Ski Team training at Portillo, Chile in August 2012.

Overview: Ski Portillo’s race camp is perfect for junior racers traveling with their families to Portillo for vacation and looking to gain some extra skills and time on Portillo’s excellent snow in the off-season. Whether you are just getting a taste for racing or you have more racing experience, Portillo’s camp is a great place to improve skills before the season starts; at the same time enjoy a family vacation in one of the most unique and family-friendly ski destinations. Along with the camaraderie and the support of a small group environment, participants will be coached by Portillo’s elite ski school team. 2 sessions per day Slalom and GS Fundamentals Speed Training/Jumping Skills-Quest Training Goal Setting Video Analysis Dryland Activities Big mountain / Freeskiing/ Low coach to athlete ratio Cultural experience in South America.

Get a jump on the ski season and train where the world’s best skiers have been for over 50 years! The slopes of Portillo Chile have been home to the world’ s greatest ski racing athletes since 1966. Join some of the best and most recognized coaches in the US, while we put your young skier through the same drills on the same terrain that give athletes like Lindsey Vonn, Mikaela Shiffrin and Ted Ligety a leg up on the competition.

Our camp, ideal for all level of racers, is an intensive/holistic program designed to improve skills, gain confidence, learn tactical approaches to varying situations, and make new life-long relationships.

Location: Portillo, Chile (Hotel Ski Portillo)

Ages: U12 and U14 age groups

Coaches: Robin Barnes, Michael Rogan, Simon Marsh, James Winfield

Dates: July 21 – 28 & July 28 – Aug. 4

Cost: $1700 for each Saturday to Saturday camp

** Campers must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian Not included Lodging package, airfare, and transfers. Packages start at $1900 USD per person in the Octagon Lodge. Ski Week packages include seven-night accommodations, four meals daily, up to eight days lift tickets, and access to all the hotels’ facilities. All activities are weather-dependent. All participants must sign up in advance.

Contact:; 1-800-829-5325

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SMS Mt. Hood & High Performance Summer Adventure Camps

SMS Mt. Hood Camp

Mt. Hood is the first step of a four-camp progression. Athletes travel to Mt. Hood to begin their on-snow preparation period. On-snow training focuses on age-appropriate skill development, technique, and tactics. Mornings are spent on the Mt. Hood snowfield with a combination of free skiing and gate training, while afternoons are filled with a variety of fun fitness-based activities. 9 days on snow.

On-snow camp combines gate training and drills,

SMS Conditioning Performance Camp

Join U.S. Ski Team members for an action-packed week of conditioning, games, and adventures on the Stratton Mountain School campus. This camp will capture the many components of training young athletes for not only ski racing but also any athletic strength/speed/power sport. Training will utilize the amazing facilities on the SMS campus, including: the newly renovated strength and conditioning facility, the Air Awareness Center, the yoga studio, the field house and the soccer field.

Dryland combines conditioning and adventures (mtn. biking, ropes course, hiking, team sports/games)


Locations: Mt. Hood, Oregon (on snow), Stratton Mountain (dryland)

Ages: U12-U16, 10-15 yrs. old

Notable Coaches: Naga Kusumi, Jim Sullivan, Steve Lathrop, Joe Healy

Coach to athlete ratio: 1:6

Dates: Mt. Hood: 6/23/18-7/5/18 and 8/7/18-8/19/18, SMS Dryland 7/29/18-8/3/18

Cost: Mt. Hood: $3000, SMS $595 Day, $795 Boarder

Contact: ; (802) 733–6928

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Speedys Mt. Hood Men’s / Women’s College / Junior / Masters Camps


Phone: 971-207-9502 or 435-776-6531

Overview: Why choose Speedys Ski Camps ? Because we have the experience as one of Mt. Hood’s oldest most established ski racing specialty camps. To bring you a highly successful coaching staff comprised of Speedys Camp founder & Camp Director, Mark Archer, aka, Speedy. A well-seasoned Level 300 Coach with more than 35+ years coaching experience. Understands the importance of off-season ski camps to develop skiers technical and tactical ski set in addition to conditioning the skier’s mind and body in preparation for the upcoming and future race seasons. Speedy’s proven successful training methods provide a well-planned progression. Done through an intense, high-level, fun-filled, exciting, easy to understand and proven training program. Speedy’s staff including Head Coach Thomas Erhard Level 500 Coach, former USST Head Women’s Europa Cup coach, is made up of experienced, certified, and seasoned professional coaches that coach full-time year around at some of the most prestigious ski academies, clubs and programs in Canada and USA. Speedy’s Ski Camp is not your average cookie cutter, one size fits all, pitch n catch style ski racing camp. Each session’s coaching staff’s training programming and coaching practices are written and assigned according to each athlete’s ability level. This means the whole camp is not working on the same technical and tactical fundamentals and gate training progressions. Each athlete has their own private coach directed ability level learning and training focus using varied terrain in association with strong gate and drill course sets. The profound success of these training programs are realized with well-balanced coach directed free-skiing progressions, utilizing our private salted training lanes for optimal Slalom, Giant Slalom, training sessions, with timing for our athletes.

Speedys has more than 60 + years of successful coaching experience on working on its staff, our campers have gone on to race and win at every level of the sport. From the regional Junior Championships, Nor-Am, NCAA, Europa Cup, World Cup, World Championships and Olympic Games. Speedy’s Ski camps is not a ski racing camp with its focus on the afternoon of rafting, wind surfing, horse back riding, or carnival rides. Our days are filled with the most time on snow and off snow training sessions than any of the other camps. The first part of your afternoon is spent learning the importance of rest and recovery to refuel your energy reserves allowing you to get the most of your next day on snow. Followed by a vibrant dynamic hike & swim in the river or pool, or a mountain climbing session. Then different from most camps is our 1-1 coach to athlete video session, coach directed ski tuning sessions, and our educational ski racing talks after your evening meal. These are the difference’s in Speedys ski racing camps that separates them from all other ski racing camps on Mt. Hood, or any other place in the world. Is using there more than 35+ years of proven experience in writing up the daily ski racing camp programming with 110% of the focus in getting the most quality time on snow each and every day while you are at Speedys Ski Camp!

Best piece of advice? Come with an open mind, prepared to experience one of the very best ski racing camps on the planet. Be ready to meet and work with some of the nicest most understanding, experienced, thoughtful and positive minded coaches. Who promise to make you a better person, stronger mentally, technically, tactically both as an athlete and ski racer. While having fun each and every day on the slopes, and in the afternoons while rock climbing with your own certified rock climbing guide! Remember Speedys Ski Racing camps has been delivering the goods since 1979, and will not disappoint you!

Location: MT. Hood Oregon / Training on the Palmer Glacier


Men’s/Women’s College camps U19/PG/College

Junior Camps U12-U 21


Camp Dates: 

#1 Women’s College Camp arrival 6/2 ski 6/3-6/6 6/7 off ski 6/8-11, departure after skiing on 6/11/18

#2 Junior Camp arrival 6/21 ski 6/22-6/27 departure after skiing on 6/27/18

#3 Masters Nationals prep camp on snow 7/7 ski – 7/15/18 departure after skiing 7/15/18

#4 Junior camp arrival 7/ ski 7/8-7/15 departure after skiing on 7/15/18

#5 Women’s College Camp arrival 7/14 ski 7/15-/18 7/19 off ski 7/20-7/23 departure after skiing on 7/23/18

#6 Junior Camp arrival 7/18 ski 7/19-24 departure after skiing on  7/24/18

#7 Men’s College Camp arrival 7/30 ski 7/31-8/3 8/4 off ski 8/5-8/8 departure after skiing on 8/8/18

# 8 Last chance Speedys MT Hood summer camps session
arrival 8/12, ski 8/13-8/18 departure after skiing on 8/18/18


Costs: All Men’s & Womens College 8 days on snow camps $1,795. All Junior 6 days on snow camps $1695.00 – ( $1200. with out meals/lodging. ) Masters 6 days on snow camps with coaching at the Masters summer nationals $1200.00 Nonrefundable Camp deposits of $500. to hold a camp spot are due as follows: Session #1-3 by 5/1/18 and sessions #4-7 due by 5/15/18. Sessions already filling up this month of March 2018.

Notable Coaches: Camp Director Mark Archer aka Speedy / Head Camp Coach Thomas Erhard with each camp session having 1 NCAA or USST athlete TBA to train coach set the pace for you at every Speedy’s camp session! July 17-27 Women’s College Camps that 4 time NCAA all American Mardi Haskell will be our featured Guest coach setting the pace for that camp

Notable Alumni: Juniors-Keely Cashman USST, AJ Hurt (USST and US National GS and Combined Champion), Chauncey Morgan, Patrick Couglin, College- Garret Driller, Addison Dvoracek , Rachel & Alex Nawrocki, Tess Coutu, Sandra Schopke (2018 SL 3rd place Junior Alpine Championships), Emma Finer, Sophie Sherman, Julia Chahine, Riely Whitney, Sierra Ryder, Mardi Haskell, and Francesca English. Coach to athlete ratio: We offer 1 coach per 6 athletes or less, most often it is 1 coach per 4 athletes

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Squaw Valley | Speed Camp / American Downhiller



This is American Downhiller – where the best current and former downhill ski racers and coaches band together to create a speed-skiing platform for the future generation of ski racers. Our mission is to empower young ski racers to approach their careers with champion-grade passion, genuine curiosity, and formidable tenacity. This is the base camp for becoming the fastest in the world. We offer different camps of the highest coaching quality and caliber.

The Squaw Valley World Cup School of Speed with American Downhiller will give you unparalleled exposure to World Cup athletes and coaches. As one elite athlete put it “be prepared to listen and observe” as World Cup athletes demonstrate and present. You will ski through several progressions while interacting with athletes and alum who make future dreams tangible at Squaw Valley.

Besides being prepared for ‘Sunny California’ spring weather come with the mindset that these elements will prepare you for all disciplines with unparalleled exposure to the Squaw Valley mountain terrain and legacy. Don’t forget your winter layers but plan to take in sunny, beautiful Lake Tahoe in your downtime.

Equipment Requirements: Super G (if you have them) or GS skis… racing skis with sharp edges; ALL athletes should be prepared with a backpack that includes spare layers, water and a snack (breaks will be taken where there are no vendors)

Dates: April 27-29

Ages: YOB 2009-2002

Location: Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows

Costs: $325 – $1,168

Notable Coaches: Todd Kelly

Coach to athlete ratio: 1:6

Notable Alumni: Marco Sullivan, Bryce Bennett, and others

Alumni: Marco Sullivan,  Travis Ganong

Contact: , 5304524180


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Treble Cone Race Academy Ski Camps


Results are important in ski racing! We expect that TCRA Camp Athletes setting their goals and focus on success and results! Come prepared to the Camp! Be in absolutely top shape. If you are coming back from injury, we have a specialized set up for that with a one-on-one coaching option.

No training groups, no categorization, no upgrades or downgrades! Over 10 different SL and GS training environments set up every day, SL and GS training is available “every day” during the Camp, we never shot down. One-to-one special training provided if needed. NEW for 2018 , Two IN-HOUSE Equipment specialist so support Athletes with set up and tuning advise. One Tech for ATOMIC and one Tech for MULTI-Brand (e.g. Head, Fischer, Blizzard, Voelkl, Rossignol). 2 Full time Physiotherapist on Camp 24-7, dedicated Fitness Coaches, 8-10 training lanes, fully watered and injected surface, 2 private workout facilities including cross fit and boxing classes, accommodation on low altitude (400m/1300ft)….. and you hang out in the most beautiful and safest Country in the World, New Zealand!

Camp Location: Treble Cone/Wanaka New Zealand

Ages: U16 Camp, U18-21 FIS Camp, FIS Elite Camp, NCAA specialized Camp

Camp Dates: Begins July 15 throug September 9th

Costs: Determined upon which camp athlete attends

Notable Coaches: We all are Head Coaches in the TCRA! All Coaches are unique and highly qualified! We don’t promote our camp with names, rather through success and results!

Notable Alumni: WORLD CUP Women: Katharina Gallhuber/AUT, Kristine Haugen/NOR, Carole Bissig/SUI, Amelia Smart/CAN, Krystin Lysdahl/NOR, Stephanie Resch/AUT, Foreste Peterson/USA. WORLD CUP MEN: Leif Kristian Nestvold-Haugen/NOR, Erik Read/CAN, Tim Jitloff/USA, David Chodounsky/USA, Adam Barwood/NZL, Keiffer Christianson/USA, Krystof Kryzl/CZE, Christoph Krenn/AUT, Johnathan Nordbotten/NOR, Marc Digruber/AUT, Mark Engel/USA, Robby Kelley/USA, AJ Ginnis/USA, Richard Leitgeb/AUT, Samuel Bissig/SUI, Kioske Kino/JAP, Jon Olsson/SWE, … and countless NorAm, Europacup, NCAA and FIS Athletes from all-ower the world!

Coach to athlete ratio: 45-50 Camp Athletes share 10 on snow coaches, 2 techs, 2 Physios, 2 fitness coaches

View even more Camp Details, dates, and race overviews on Treble Cone Race Academy’s site here.

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U.S. Elite Camps

U.S. Elite Camps, Inc. P.O. Box 1512 Manchester Center, VT. 05255


Phone: 978.505.8443

Overview: U.S. Elite Camp takes pride in offering a high-level ski training program with a focus elite level training, professional coaching, safe activities, and a true team atmosphere. In Mt. Hood, campers enjoy the best summer training in North America on the Palmer Glacier. Athletes explore the breathtaking beauty of the Pacific Northwest when off hill and stay in a safe camp setting nestled among fields and trails of the Mt Hood wilderness.

This action-packed camp is ideal for experienced ski racers, aged 10-18 (U12-U19), who love being a part of a motivated, professional team that offers a true elite level on hill program that will give them a jump on the competition.

On hill, athletes train with supportive professional coaches in Slalom and GS free skiing, drill courses and full training courses. Training groups are based on age class and ability, as well as catering to individual learning styles, ensuring a successful camp for everyone. All training courses are age appropriate and in line with current rules and standards. The afternoons are fun, team based activities, where campers can choose from rock climbing, yoga, adventure, field games, etc.

Compared with other ski camps, we spend less time hanging out during ‘free time’ and focus on fun, fitness and adventure. We strive to offer the best all-round summer ski camp available, and prioritize 24-hour supervision and safety.  Parents can access our online Camp Diary at any time, and rely on our all-inclusive tuition fee, with no hidden costs.  For those traveling from the northeastern region we offer staff chaperoned group flight from Boston/Hartford area and the New York area to Portland.

A few of our notable alumni included; Warner Nickerson-World Cup athlete and all around super-star, Nick Krause-Current U.S. ‘C’ Team athlete.

Some of our Professional Coaching Staff:

David A. Edry- Stratton Winter Sports Club, Head Coach

John Borwick- Berkshire School, Head Coach

Todd Whitney- Burke Mountain, Program Director

Steve Coltman- Stratton Winter Sports Club, U14 Coach

Bruce Bedell- Ski Roundtop, Head FIS Coach

Harriet DeVerry- Stratton Winter Sports Club, Head U10 Coach

Kevin Dale- Stratton Winter Sports Club, U14 Coach

Rick McCowan- Wachusett Race Team Head, U16 Coach

Camp locations: Mt Hood, Oregon (Summer Camp Sessions)

Copper, Colorado (Thanksgiving Camp)

Stratton, Vermont (December Holiday)

Activities: GS and SL ski race training, rock climbing, field games, hiking, white water rafting, mountain biking, yoga.


Mt Hood, OR.

Session 1:  June 25-July 5, 2018  Ages 9-18 (day or boarding campers)

Session 2:  June 25-July 10, 2018  Ages 10-18 (day or boarding campers)

Copper, CO.

Thanksgiving: Nov. 17-24, 2018  Ages 8-18 (day or boarding campers)

Stratton, VT.

Holiday GS Camp: Dec 19-21, 2018  Ages 10-18 (day campers only)


Mt Hood, OR. From $195/day

Copper, CO. From $305/day

Stratton, VT. From $575

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Uros Pavlovcic Ski Racing

3906 Saas-Fee Switzerland


Overview: Welcome to UP Ski Racing where Olympian Uros Pavlovcic takes the next generation to the heart of Switzerland. Uros is inspired to help athletes succeed in skiing as well as in life. Besides excellent training at one of the best resorts for summer skiing, UP Ski Racing also offers a great cultural experience for all its athletes.

Since its foundation in 2004, the Uros Pavlovcic Ski Racing camp in Switzerland has earned itself reputation through its huge success. Besides excellent training at one of the best resorts for summer skiing, it also offers a great cultural experience for all its athletes. The Uros Pavlovcic Summer Camp consists of 10 days of skiing and two recovery days. The glacier Saas Fee is one of the best spots for summer skiing where the various national teams train side by side.

There is no better experience than a ski racing camp in Saas Fee with Uros. Train in the beautiful Swiss Alps next to other national teams. Great location. Unparalleled training. Superb coaching. – Thomas & Anne Reinhart, there were two things that made the camp so useful for my skiing: First is the terrain. Saas Fee has it all…insane steeps and rolling flats. This allows you to work on all aspects of ski racing. Second is the exposure to talent. You will be training next to most of the European National teams. You will be able to see how the fastest skiers in the world are skiing in person and can put what you see to the test in your own skiing. – Michael Ankeny Uros Pavlocic’s camp is best in class and an amazing experience for our son. The coaching is unmatched and the European travel experience is equally great. The kids are training alongside World Cup skiers from across the globe every day and we have seen our son improve and mature every year at camp. – Brian & Ann Folkman

Notable Coaches: Uros Pavlovcic, Giulio Bosca, Rosie Hust, Anne-Solene Bregou

Alumni: Michael Ankeny (U.S. Ski Team), Foreste Peterson (U.S. Ski Team), Peter Ankeny (Dartmouth College), Marc Massie (Colby College), Maisie Ide (World Jrs.), Montana Mozario (Whistler Cup), Hig Roberts (US Ski Team), Jessica Reinhard (Colby University)

Location: Saas Fee, Switzerland

Ages: U14 and up

Coach to athlete ratio: 1:5

Dates: July 24th – August 6th

Cost: $3,500

Contact: Uros Pavlovcic,

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