January 11, 12 2020
The Nordic Link and Ski Haus Steamboat
In partnership with Lake Catamount Touring Center, Steamboat Ski Touring Center, Steamboat Springs Nordic Council, Fischer, Swix, Salomon, Atomic, Toko, Rossignol, Honey Stinger, Smartwool
Registration Will Be Available in September
This is a great way to kick-off your ski season with the area’s top coaches helping you improve your skills. This camp is open to all ability levels: true beginner to advanced, there is something for everyone. Whether your goal is simply to learn to XC ski or to improve your race results in a competitive race, this is a camp for you. In order to meet skiers needs/desires, clinic groups will be divided by ability and group size will be small (you can expect 6 or less skiers to 1 coach). Skiers can choose clinics in Skating or Classic techniques, or both (we encourage skiers to clinic in both techniques).
Try before you buy Fischer, Salomon, Swix, Atomic, Rossignol and Toko industry representatives will be on site with all new 2019 demo equipment (skis, boots, poles) waxes and clothing for you to try for yourself. This is an excellent opportunity to try the equipment and learn about products before you purchase.
On snow video analysis will be included. Video analysis is one of the best tools for improving technique and overall efficiency in your skiing. Last but not least skiers can look forward to hearty lunches, a fun and festive happy hour on Saturday afternoon and prize drawings both days.
Click here for Camp Schedule
Register at SkiReg.com
This camp is limited to 100 campers
Please register early as we will fill up!
Who are the Coaches?
We realize that your time on snow with coaches is the most valuable thing of the weekend. Therefore, we’ve prioritized putting together a top-notch coaching staff. We draw from the area’s best coaches, instructors, elite masters racers and national level coaches. Our Coaching staff includes: Katie Lindquist, Brad Piske, Sarah Konrad, Bill Pierce, Tyler Kjorstad, Emily Lovett, Jon Kreamelmeyer, Cindi Hillemeyer, Murray Selleck, Marianne Osteen, Ed Kimm, Jon Freckleton, Jim Sanders, Callie West and Judi Hulme. This team of coaches make this camp what it is! It is a skiing and learning opportunity not to be missed!
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2-day camp includes Two clinics per day, Professional coaching, Trail passes, Lunches, Wax clinics, Demo equipment to try, Happy Hour & prize drawings, On Snow video analysis on Sunday.
1-day camp includes Two clinics, Professional coaching, Trail passes, Lunch, Wax clinic, Demo equipment to try, Happy Hour & prize drawing.
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Refunds for paid camp fees are not given, no exceptions please. We are happy to accommodate transfers. See snow conditions below
Historically speaking Steamboat has some of the best January snow of the region and we’re planning on it this year! In the rare event there is insufficient snow to hold the camp we will refund 100% of camp fees. You will be notified via email or phone in either case.
For skiers who need to rent equipment Ski Haus (970.879.0385) and Steamboat Ski Touring Center (879.8180) will offer special rental packages for the camp. Classic and Skate gear available. Rental gear should be picked up on Friday before the camp begins. Please contact them directly. Note – demo equipment will be available throughout the weekend. However, the demo equipment is to “demo”, not to use for the whole day. Skiers should to be prepared with their own (or rental) equipment for the camp
Rabbit Ears Motel
Rabbit Ears Motel: Offers comfortable lodging downtown Steamboat Springs. Walk to restaurants and shops. Call 1-800-828-7702.
Preparation for Camp Weekend:
A few things to think about before arriving at camp…
Please have your own equipment or have rented equipment for the camp. The demo equipment is to “demo” only, not to use for the entire day. Rental equipment will be available on Friday before camp available at a discount from Ski Haus & Steamboat Ski Touring Center (link). Please call ahead to reserve. Limited equipment is also available at Catamount touring center, please call ahead to reserve.
If you are planning to demo equipment please bring a credit card for temporary security deposit
Bring a water bottle and holder so you can stay hydrated while skiing
Dress in breathable layers: Light, wicking layers close to skin, followed by a breathable light fleece or soft shell, followed by a wind jacket or warmer layer if needed. An extra hat and gloves are also recommended for dry clothes in the afternoon.
Lunch both days will be both warm and hearty. There will be meat and vegetarian options. We are unable to accommodate other food restrictions.
For updated snow conditions please check our website frequently or call 970-846-9206.