Mission: To create the highest level of personal training in a productive environment for athletes via staff, prime training arenas, less crowding, hands on dryland, awesome lodging, and constant mentoring and coaching.

CAMP APPLICATION LINK IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE

FINAL PAYMENT LINK IS AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE

COPPER LIABILITY WAIVER LINK AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE

CAMP HIGHLIGHTS 

We coach the most up to date slalom and GS techniques. The athlete will work on fundamentals, train mountain slalom and GS, with all skill levels. Groups are formed before the camp, using age and talent as the formula for grouping.

  • We have a 5:1 coach / athlete ratio. We are the only camp that provides this.
  • Full length training lanes, perfect for mountain GS and slalom. Most other camps only use ½ length.
  • 12 - 14 athletes per training group with four coaches. One training group per training arena to ensure quality coaching and terrain, each training arena is serviced by our own high speed quad.
  • Each group will have two training blocks every day, starting on Sunday. Each training block is 2 ½ hours. We always train with a vision, focusing on deliberate practice.
  • Dryland and recovery is a fun environment with different activities each day, including soccer, broomball, wally ball, swimming, swiss balls, yoga, etc. It is optional depending on energy level of the athlete.
  • Coaches meet with the athletes every evening to go over video from the day and to view World Cup video and plan the next day.
  • Private pickups and drop offs from Denver Int. Airport to Copper and back on designated arrival and departure days.
  • Our accommodations are very roomy; all are two and three-bedroom condos.

***Athletes 10 and younger will need to be accompanied by at least one parent***

ACCOMMODATIONS

We stay slope-side at Copper Mountain condominiums, Mountain Plaza & Village Square in the Center Village; both have a five-star rating. Two and three bedrooms with full kitchen, living room, three bathrooms, and a fireplace are the norm. There are laundry facilities, a hot tub, and a sauna in the building. Four to six athletes plus a coach will stay in each condo. Please indicate any roommate request on the application and we will do our best to accommodate you. 

MEALS

A hot breakfast buffet is provided every morning by Copper. We employ our own cooking staff who serves home cooked meals for lunch and dinner. On Thanksgiving, we cook a complete turkey dinner with all the trimmings.

Flight Information

Book your flights as early as possible! 

Flight arrangements are your responsibility. A great website for tickets is www.kayak.com. Airport pickup times are 11:00 am and last departure for Copper is at 4:00 pm, at Denver International Airport. Please schedule your arrivals at the Denver Airport to allow sufficient time (at least an hour before) to make one of the two departure times.  If your athlete cannot make one of the two scheduled departure times you will need to arrange transportation for them to Copper Mountain Ten Mile Circle.  We suggest that you contact Colorado Mountain Express or Summit Express to make these arrangements.  Athletes arriving/departing other than on the normal camp start/end (Nov 17/Nov 24) will need to make their own transportation arrangements. Our coaching staff will pick you up at the airport. Unaccompanied minors will be picked up at the gate by Scott Winquist.  Try to pair your athlete up with one of our coaches who may be flying on the same flight before paying for an unaccompanied minor.

CAMP NOW RUNS SATURDAY TO SATURDAY

Arrival - November 17, between 8 am and 3 pm - MT @ Denver International

Departure - November 24, after 4 pm preferred @ Denver International.  We will be training Saturday morning.

Coaches will be flying out of Grand Rapids, Traverse City, and Detroit. Please email us if you would like their flight schedules. 

CAMP COST

$2495 - Includes coaching, all ground transportation, 7 days of lift tickets, lodging, lane fees, video, evening clinics, guest speakers, use of equipment, three meals per day, use of the Copper Mountain Training Center, personal pick up and drop off from the airport, tax and gratuities. A $1,000.00 deposit is required at the time of registration and full payment by no later than Oct. 20, 2018. You will receive an acknowledgement and link to the transportation page upon receipt of your deposit. Refunds are possible only if I am notified by Oct. 20, 2018.  Registration or full payment after Oct. 20, 2018 will require a $150.00 late fee.  

EARLY CAMP SIGNUP DISCOUNT OPTIONS  

Fall Camp – November 17 – 24, $2,495.00

Pay in full by Friday, August 31, take $125.00 off the camp price, final cost is $2,370.00 

Day Camper – All-inclusive with the exception of housing, breakfast and dinner, $1,985.00

 Pay in full by August 31, take $125.00 off the camp price, final cost is $1,860.00

2018 Coaching Staff (with additional staff to be determined)

Scott Winquist (Director)
Director, Win Alpine
Level 200 USSA certified
27 year Jr. Olympian Coach
Race Coach, Mt. Hutt NZ
J2 National Central Coach

Bob Vial (Head Coach)

Head Coach Mt. Ripley Ski Team

Win Alpine Summer Camp Coach

20 time Jr. Olympic Coach

Czech Mens A Team Olympic Coach

Level 500 USSA Coach

John Leffler (Head Coach)

Quantum Sports Director

European Head Coach

Former 20 yr. director Team Breck

 

Thom Halsey (Head Coach)

31 Year Ski Coach

USSA Level 400

Mike Wagner (Head Coach)

17 year fall / summer Win Alpine Camp Coach

Fischer USA Regional Director

Swix Wax National Director

Amy Bedsford (Asst Coach)

2 year fall camp coach

Patty Costigan (Asst Coach)

Women’s Head Coach DCDS

14 year fall camp coach

Mallory Eliopoulos (Asst Coach)

USSA Certified

2 year fall camp coach

Jeff Ford (Asst Coach)

5 time Jr. Olympic Coach

Win Alpine Age Class Coach

Joel Holzknecht (Asst Coach)

Level 200 USSA Certified

14 year fall camp coach

Kim Holzknecht (Asst Coach)

USSA Level 100

7 year Fall Camp Coach

Justin Janssen (Asst Coach)

Seaholm & Groves Head Coach

USSA Level 100

Win Alpine Summer Camp Coach

Heather Kanakry (Asst Coach)

USSA Level 200 Coach

Cranbrook Coach

Susie Mackens (Asst Coach)

5 year fall camp coach

USSA Level 100

Scott Inman (Asst Coach)

Head Coach West Catholic & Catholic Central

Win Alpine Coach

David McVicker (Asst Coach)

10 year fall camp coach

USSA Level 200 Coach

Todd VanTogren (Asst Coach)

JDT Lead Coach

3 year fall camp coach

Kristine Winquist – 20 year head cook for Win Alpine

Jim Eliopoulos – Asst Director (Email: BNE31@aol.com)

 

2018 Copper Camp Application

Pay Copper Full Balance (to pay full balance due)

2018 Copper Liability Waiver