Snowboarding camps are aimed at individuals of all levels, whether beginners or advanced.
Our goal is for our students, whether they aim to pursue competitive sports or not, to exhibit impeccable riding technique and maintain a high level of etiquette on the slopes. Riding with proper technical skill also means riding safely and with ease, avoiding unnecessary rotations, stiff movements, and “tricks.”
Equally important are our lessons in “common sense,” where we often explain to students who are already riding how crucial it is to warm up correctly and master the art of falling safely. Not everyone realizes that nearly half of all injuries occur due to inadequate warm-up and in the first few minutes of riding. Changing the mindset of young people is sufficient; we don’t have to force or persuade them to do warm-up exercises. We also place a significant emphasis on matching speed to skills, addressing mistakes made by those who think they know it all, recklessly and uncontrollably speeding downhill. So, primarily, the methodology, especially in freestyle; we don’t attempt a “360°” off a 2-meter jump without proper preparation. Unfortunately, many training programs neglect the basics, without which young people let loose on the slopes often endanger themselves or others, frequently on the first day of camp. It’s not about watching over them; it’s about having a conversation, showing them, and explaining.
It’s vital for us to integrate a community of young enthusiasts sharing a passion for the same board, with joint trips, experience sharing, and active recreation and fun.
We cordially invite you to explore our offerings and express your interest in participating in our trips!