tional camp setting with log cabins, dining hall, tennis courts and playing
Our small, family atmosphere, on-staff nurse and experienced 24-hour su-
pervisors supports younger athletes and camp first-timers in fun and nur-
On the hill, the athletes train with professional coaches who work with
kids for a living. Slalom and GS freeskiing, drill courses and full training
courses are designed to get the most out of the kids each day. Once off the
hill, campers can choose their afternoon activities such as rock climbing or
field games, and can design a schedule that suits their needs. At the same
time, camp meetings, ski group video analysis and meals together reinforce
the team feel.
Compared with other ski camps, we spend less time hanging out during
free time and focus more on fun, fitness and what we came here to do...
You’ll notice that we have lots of nice, friendly touches and take fun, qual-
ity, supervision and safety very seriously. While camp is in session parents
can access our online Camp Diary for a taste of what we are up to and ar-
chive photo galleries are available online free of charge long after the goggle
tan has faded.
For those traveling from New England we offer a staff chaperoned group
flight from Boston to Portland. All-inclusive pricing.
Location: Mt Hood, Ore., 2 sessions; Copper Colorado Thanksgiving
Camp, 1 session
Activities: Off hill-activities include rock climbing, hiking, adventure
trips, field games, mountain biking; and, on the rest day, whitewater raft-
Staff: Head Coach David A. Edry, Stratton Mountain School head J3
coach; Topher Harlow, Mount Mansfield Ski Club head J3 coach; Patrick
McNamara, Stratton Training Center head J4 Coach; Matt Stanton, Sum-
mit County, Colo., men’s FIS coach; Jerome Guerard, Wachusett Ski Team
J3 coach; Ken Statler, Wachusett Ski Team head J5 coach.
Dates: Mt. Hood Session 1, July 14-23 (J3, J4, J5; 7 days on snow); Mt.
Hood Session 2, July 14-27, (J1, J2, J3; 10 days on snow); Copper Camp,
Nov. 20-27, J1-J5; 6 days on snow).
Cost: Session 1, $2490; Session 2, $2970; Copper Camp, $1995; $250
Contact: David Edry, 978-505-8443
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