Ski Camps

Come try out one of our alpine or Nordic camps so you can experience GMVS yourself! We offer a variety of opportunities throughout the year when you can visit the GMVS campus, train at our amazing facilities, and/or travel with our coaches and racers.

 

Should you be interested in any camp opportunities, please contact our Alpine Director, Steve Utter (sutter@gmvs.org) or Nordic Director, Colin Rodgers (crodgers@gmvs.org) for more information.

2016-2017 CAMPS

Alpine Day Camps
These three day camps are designed to be an intense training period focusing on one discipline at a time with a comprehensive progression with video analysis and timing provided for each camp.  Camps will run 9:00am-3:00pm each day.

These camps are designed for U12/U14’s.  U10’s accepted with coaches recommendations only.  

To register for these camps please click on the link next to the date.  

January 10-12    GMVS Slalom Race Camp #1

February 7-9    GMVS GS Race Camp

March 14-16    GMVS Slalom Race Camp #2


Alpine Summer Camp - Mt. Hood

Where    Mt. Hood, Oregon
Who        U12-U14
Dates    Saturday, June 24th- July 3rd
Camp Director    Steve Utter
Steve Utter along with guest coach, Brandon Dyksterhouse and other GMVS academy and club coaches will offer an exceptional on-snow experience for U12 - U14 athletes.

Register here!
 

Vermont Nordic Summer Dry-Land Camp at the Green Mountain Valley School (One week in August)

A focused dry-land training experience brings athletes from around the country to train beside GMVS skiers in our home environment. We focus on video technique analysis and time trial testing efforts, head to head high speed sprint training, strength and plyometric work at the Racing Performance Center on campus, and complete over distance work outs on the Long Trail.

Eliteam World Cup and Europa Cup Camps- July

Eliteam camps , coordinated by Doug and Kelly Lewis, utilize the entire GMVS campus, including the Racing Performance Center, dormitories, fields and ropes courses. Eliteam teaches young athletes to challenge themselves, “dig deeper”, and become stronger, faster, healthier and more confident athletes.