This is the Scott Winquist / Win Alpine 20th Annual Summer Ski Racing Camp.  The camp is based in Government Camp, Oregon.  It is designed to be the most comprehensive summer ski camp with an emphasis on modern slalom and G.S. techniques.  We conduct training at Timberline Ski Area, boasting the best snow and training facilities in North America.  Mt. Hood is the preferred training site of all European World Cup and National teams.   The camp is open to any level.  We are a hands-on camp with 24 hour supervision, coaches’ stay in the condos with the athletes.  The camp does dryland everyday, including many hikes into the Mt. Hood National Forest.

Regular session dates: June 20-30, 2017 *extended session ends July 5, 2017*
Early Sign up Discount! Pay in Full by 4/15 and take $125.00 off

Camp Features

  • All condos are privately owned
  • 1 – 5 coach to athlete ratio on the hill
  • Family environment – personal coaching
  • Most up to date digital video, each athlete has their own daily video session.
  • Daily off campus activities include hiking, swimming, soccer, etc…
  • Ski testing is available from Fischer, Rossignal, Volkl and Blizzard
  • Private chefs that prepare three square meals per day.  We also provide juice breaks.
  • Personal pick up and drop off to and from the airport
  • We pride our camp for it’s personal attention
  • We have many referrals, feel free to contact us.

Camp Mission Statement

Providing the athlete with the most up to date slalom and GS technique, four days slalom and four days of GS, with world class coaches, one on one personal attention and an experience they will remember for a lifetime.     

Off Campus Activities

These are the activities we will be doing daily as well as on our days off:  white water rafting ($60.00 charge), trips to the ocean, crabbing, Portland’s Saturday Market, hiking, and basketball. All of these activities were conducted at last year’s June camp.  We realize the importance of recovery and we give this time to the athletes, we also believe in giving the opportunity to see the Pacific Northwest.  NOTE:  Athletes are responsible for any off-day expenses.  

Lodging  

This year, we will be staying at the Thunderhead Lodge, Collin’s Lake Resort, and Altitude Chalet.  All units have heated pools, laundry facilities, wireless internet and wax rooms. 

Food

Our cook, Kristine Winquist will provide three meals a day, plus a juice break for the mountain; no other camps provide this service. New this year, meals on the day off will be provided, BBQ style.  

New Arrival Option

If you can’t make the June 20 arrival, you can arrive on June 25 and depart on July 5.  This still gives you an eight day ski with one day off.

Extended Stay

This is the 7th year we are doing an extended stay; it has proven to be very productive.  It’s a great opportunity to continue the progression of slalom and GS.  Last year half of the camp stayed for the extra days.  The extended stay allows the athlete 12 days on snow with two days off, an exceptional value.

Camp Pricing & Flight Information

June 20 – June 30 (eight day ski, one day off and two travel days) _________________$2495.00

June 25 – July 5 (eight day ski, one day off and two travel days)___________________$2495.00

June 20 – July 5 (12 day ski, two days off and two travel days) ____________________$3395.00

Travel Day June 20, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, if possible - Arrival

Travel Day June 25, 10:00 – 4:00 pm, if possible - Arrival

Travel Day June 30, in the morning - Departure

Extended Stay Travel Day July 5, in the morning - Departure

Application and deposit are due June 5, 2016for the June camp

Please keep in mind that these camps are filled on a first come, first serve basis.  We have been fortunate for the past 18 years to fill our camps by May.  

Early Sign Up Discount

Pay for camp in full by April 15, and take $125.00 off the camp price.  Application must accompany payment.

          Daily Training Schedule

Daily training will consist of four days on the mountain followed by one day off of the mountain followed by four days on, weather permitting.  We’ll train four days of slalom and four days of GS. The average day schedule is as follows:

On Hill Training _________________________________________________7 AM to 1 PM

Lunch and Rest Period ___________________________________________1:30 PM to 3 PM

Ski Test Prep_____________________________________________________1PM to 3PM

Dryland Training (hiking to waterfalls, swimming, weight lifting, yoga) ______3 PM to 5 PM

Dinner ________________________________________________________6PM to 6:30PM

Camp Meeting______________________________________________6:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Video_____________________________________________________7:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Free time____________________________________________________8:30 to 10:00PM

Lights out__________________________________________________________10:00 PM

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