Freeride Camps

Crystal Mountain is proud to offer a unique opportunity to hone your big-mountain skiing skills with one of the best Freeride competitors and former Freeride World Champion, Drew Tabke. These Freeride Camps are an awesome chance to spend two days learning from a team of experienced coaches, lead by Tabke, as they teach you techniques and knowledge that will help you master the whole mountain like never before.  While participants don’t need to have experience with competitive Freeride skiing, they should be comfortable with skiing expert terrain as well as the occasional short hike. The camps will cover safety and equipment norms for skiing the steeps, how to visually inspect a run and choose an appropriate line, techniques for powder and variable snow in steep terrain, jumping and landing on natural terrain features, and the basics of putting together a winning competition run.

Grom Freeride Camp with Drew Tabke (Ages 7-15)

December 9th & 10th, 2017

 

All Day: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

2-Day Camp Cost: $380

Lift ticket not included.

 

Adult Freeride Camp with Drew Tabke (Ages 16+)

Jan 13th & 14th, 2017 

 

All Day: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

2-Day Camp Cost: $380

Lift ticket not included.

 

Helpful Info for Camps & Clinics

  • Allow yourself plenty of time to park, use the restroom, and get rental equipment (if needed). Check-in with the sales desk at least 30 minutes prior to your lesson start time.
  • Lessons start promptly at their designated time, late arrivals up to 30 minutes may be blended into a class already in session.
  • Late arrivals more than 30 minutes late will be treated as a no-show and are non-refundable.
  • Gratuities are not a requirement but an appropriate and appreciated gesture.
  • Classes are assigned by age and ability level.  Not sure of your Ability Level?  You will need to know this for online reservations. Check our Ability Level Assessment

 

 

Contact Us

For questions regarding lessons email lessons@skicrystal.com or call 360.663.3037 (phones lines staffed during winter season only)