Three days of training every week this summer. Each training session includes 1 hour of trampoline and 1.5 hours of water ramping.
Six days of training every week this summer. Each training session includes 1 hour of trampoline and 1.5 hours of water ramping.
Need a flexible schedule? Purchase water ramping punch cards in increments of 1, 2, 5, 10 or 25. Drop In on any available training session. Session include 1 hour of trampoline and 1.5 hours of water ramping.
*Athletes can purchase a daily pass for $15 at UOP front desk OR a season pass for $90.
Practice trampoline skills and aerial maneuvers at the Center of Excellence followed by HPC strength and conditioning.
*Must be paid in advance via registration.
|Camp||Dates||Days on Snow||Focus||Estimated Flight Cost||Camp Cost|
|Squaw||May 2-8||6||Establish body position||$200||$900|
|Squaw||May 23-27||6||Establish body position||$200||$1,000|
|Mt. Hood||Jun 20 - Jun 27||6||Body position and exits||$300||$1,200|
|Mt. Hood||Jun 20 - Jul 6||12||Body position and exits||$300||$2,700|
|Mt. Hood||Jun 27 - Jul 6||8||Body position and exits||$300||$2,200|
|Mt. Hood||Aug 2-12||8||Turns and jumps||$300||$1,600|
|Mt. Hood||Aug 2-6||4||Jumping and jump qualification||$300||$1,200|
|Zermatt||Oct 5-20||12||Competition Prep||$1,200||$3,900|
|Zermatt||Oct 11-20||7||Competition Prep||$1,200||$2,900|
|Idre Fjall||Nov 9-26||12||Competition Prep||$1,400||$2,700|
Squaw is intended to be a turn focused camp. Ideally, early in the summer athletes will have the chance to focus on turn fundamentals. There will be a heavy drill and flats focus at this camp. The idea is to establish a good body position early in the off-season for athletes to build upon for the remainder of the prep and competition seasons. The course is located off of the Siberia chairlift, on a run with an excellent pitch, and generally has a very long middle section for optimal turn work. With short travel, the camp will also be short and subsequently very focused. Accommodations will be in the Squaw Village, right at the base of the mountain. Expect full ski days and field workouts.
Mt. Hood is a jump camp. There will be minimal mogul training, as the line has usually deteriorated by this time in the season. The focus is to bring all of the jumping skills garnished on the trampoline and at the UOP throughout the summer to snow. This camp is the best place to try a new trick or qualify a jump. Athletes can either take a quad chair or hike jumps, and can generally expect 40 or more jumps per day. After training, there are hikes and outdoor field workouts.
The Zermatt camp will offer a top to bottom course on a glacier in Switzerland. Because there is data that suggests that ski to snow contact every 45 to 60 days increases optimal performance, and breaks from snow greater than 60 days can be set backs, we offer this camp as a chance to maintain time on snow. Many international and World Cup teams attend this camp, so while the course is crowded, it also provides the chance to train with some of the best in the world. The camp will allow for technical mogul and jump training on a challenging mogul course. There are excellent hikes and field workouts and there is gym access. There is also a substantial risk in weather, so expect training and off days to be adjusted accordingly.
Idre Fjall will be the culmination of all of the summer training, with focus on top to bottoms in preparation for the competition season. The training venue and lodging are extremely convenient, including a cafeteria that provides a three-meal-per-day plan located within walking distance of the accommodations. There is a gym in the complex as well, allowing for post-training workouts and sports games. Training times can vary, as the course is open from 8 AM until 6 PM, so expect multiple sessions per day of highly productive training below a high speed quad. Some training takes place at night, so be sure to bring low light or clear lenses.
|Sat, 09 NOV||DEPART||ARRIVE|
|DELTA 817||SALT LAKE CITY 9:44am||LOS ANGELES, CA 10:46am|
|DELTA 118||LOS ANGELES, CA 4:55pm||PARIS-DEGAULLE 8:15am|
|DELTA 8545||PARIS-DEGAULLE 9:15am||OSLO, NORWAY 11:35am|
|Tues, 26 NOV||DEPART||ARRIVE|
|DELTA 5465||OSLO, NORWAY 6:05am||PARIS-DEGAULLE 8:50am|
|DELTA 8395||PARIS-DEGAULLE 10:15am||LOS ANGELES, CA 1:00pm|
|DELTA 1648||LOS ANGELES, CA 4:55pm||SALT LAKE CITY 7:45pm|
The Park City Ski & Snowboard Club is partnering with ELITEAM Training Camps to provide a high-level, off-season camp for alpine ski racers, freeskiers, and freestyle athletes ages 9-13 to train them physically, mentally and nutritionally so they become more complete athletes. ELITEAM will give them the tools to pursue not only their competitive goals more effectively in the winter, but the concepts learned will help them with other sports as well as in the classroom. Activities will include ski specific exercises, running, hiking, mtn biking, ropes course, obstacle courses, dance, dryland slalom, body-weight strength training, cooking, sandpit slalom and more!
While this is the first camp of its kind for PCSS, ELITEAM has been training young athletes for 27 years and ELITEAM Alums include Olympians Mikaela Shiffrin, Alice Merryweather and Liz Stephen. Olympian and ELITEAM Head Coach Doug Lewis, along with his wife and Camp Director Kelley Lewis will lead a energetic and qualified staff of coaches, most of which will be from the excellent PCSS coaching staff.
Campers will be provided snacks, but must bring their own lunch. All Campers will receive a free water bottle and ELITEAM shirt.
Eliteam Head Coach