What camp is right for me?

How do I know what level to choose?

This is the most common question from our skiers – where do I fit into the XC Supercamp programs? This season, we have split our intermediate group, and we will be offering a few more ‘extra’ programs such as a Race Prep camp and our second Wild Women’s week! Find details below.

 

Supercamp

Race Prep

Wild Women

Biathlon

For all abilities and fitness levels. Whether you are a competent skier   of a first-timer, the Supercamp provides an inspiring nordic experience.

If you are an athlete with racing experience looking to enhance your understanding of cross country ski training, this camp is for you! The goal is to improve your skiing efficiency, power, and prepare                you to race on the Master’s          or Loppet circuit.

Enjoy your nordic experience in a fun, friendly, female-focused environment. Spend your mornings on skis workshopping your technique, then relax in the afternoons with wine & yoga, a strength and conditioning session, and other exciting extras.

Start the day at the range with coach Karen in a fun and safe environment learning marksmanship skills and combining them with skate skiing. Spend the afternoon skiing with the regular Supercamp program improving your skate ski technique.

 

Beginner: I have little to no cross country skiing experience. I am keen to learn the basics of skiing!

Intermediate – Smooth Cruisers: I have cross country skiing experience. I would like to workshop my technique to ski farther and faster!

  • I have skied for years, but it’s time to ski more efficiently.
  • I would like to really take a step back and focus on the foundations of ski technique
  • I would like to ski a max of 10-15km per session (ie. 10km in a 3h morning session)

Intermediate – Faster Blasters: I have cross country skiing experience. I would like to workshop my technique to ski farther and faster!

  • I am relatively fit, and I would like to put in mileage or tackle more challenging terrain while focusing on technique.
  • I would like to ski a max of 30km per session (ie. 30km in a morning session)

Advanced: I am a competent, confident skier with several seasons under my belt. I would like to improve my efficiency on skis. This includes focused work on uphills, downhills, cornering, and find tuning my glide.