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Summer Training **Mammoth or Mt Hood** SL & GS Fundamentals Camp July 1-14 (all is TBC)

the gist

Break it down. Take it slow. Think about thinking in the ways to make new movements become habit.

the breakdown

>>> 14 Day Camp $4700 without IKON, $4450 with IKON >> 13 days on snow > Travel Days 6/30. 7/14 > Airport: Reno > Shuttle to & from (included) > Lodging (included) > Food is on your own -grocery store runs can be coorndianted.

* this camp is where it all began - designed to take its slow to think about thinking on SL skis, with drills free skiing and then into gates, to then revisit the same on GS skis , to then have a chance to apply what you learned it in a 5 day block of full length applications.

*** 4 days SL > 1 day OFF > 4 days GS > 1 day OFF > 4 days (2GS/2SL)

++ depart to Reno Airport after skiing on 14 st ++




>>> 5 Day SL Camp $1900 without IKON, $1800 with IKON >> 5 days on snow > Travel Days 7/22. 7/27-28 > Airport: Reno > Shuttle to & from (included) > Lodging (included) > Food is on your own -grocery store runs can help be coorndianted.

*this camp is nuts & bolts Slalom. Get in, settle in, dig in...

*** 5 days of straight SL

++ depart to Reno Airport after skiing on 27th ++


In Full

We know that most athletes have been off snow for a while. With that the Camp in its entirety is designed to get you back on skis that turn easier at the beginning of camp while you learn to get moving with SL skis. We do this through a drill and fundemental based progressions into slalom gates. Then, the next four day block will be the same drill focus and fundamental work just on a longer GS ski. This give us the ability to take it slow and think about how our body is moving and really hunker down with with that concept. The Camp then moves into a .five day, full go, full length scenario to apply those concepts in gates. This leads directly into our standalone SL Camp, as one other option to keep sending it.


The Idea of the camp structured in this way with the many available ski block options is fornathletes to be able to maximizes the days in there entirety to get what they need as their time may allow. We would love for everyione to come from the beginning and stay to the end, however we realize that might not be posible.


The past couple of years with the pandemic we have run a daycamp / hybrid model and we will continue with that. That means, athletes are not baby sat or micro-managed throughout their day. Athletes look after their own food needs , as well as their transportation. Of course we will help coordinate getting athletes to the grocery store for food shops and whatnot.

Afternoon dryland activities are suggested and led by mentor coaches, with different activities per day to suit the different needs of different athletes,

Video is daily with your group coach and mentor coach.

Mammoth Moutnain INN is our accomdations. From here it's a simple walk to the lift.

We have dedicated tuning rooms. so bring all your tuning boxes and vises. Benches will be provided.


Weather: As always we can plan and have progression build from the first day to the last but in the end Mother Nature dictates - everyday is weather dependent so having skis ready for either discipline and /or pow skis will be need - with the accompanying mindset. [Disciplines skied will be weather dependant on a day-by-day basis, except the standalone SL Camp]


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