Friday, October 30, 2020

Mt Hood Summer Ski Camps

Coronavirus Update:

We have plenty of snow and lots of room in our lodges. We are taking signups for this summer and have waived our cancellation policy for 2020. Our camps will be operating this summer from May 31st to August 29th with limited housing. Please email Camp Director, Mike Annet, with further questions ([email protected])

 

Overview: Mt. Hood’s most continuous and longest-running summer ski camp: a 41-year tradition of ski racing excellence with world-class facilities, coaching and training facilities. Mt. Hood Summer Ski Camps, Inc., is Oregon’s only ski racing camp licensed and bonded as a State of Oregon “Youth Organizational Camp,” permitted under the United States Forest Service, and insured, bonded, and registered as a guide and outfitter under the State of Oregon Marine Board. We have been running the premier afternoon activities program in the Mt. Hood area longer than any other camp and have developed and maintained quality programs for athletes. We have a private campus five miles from Government Camp, which promotes the safety of your athlete while allowing the personal freedom on campus to be kids. Everyone gets better here! We run camps year-round. We video twice a day. We have operated in the same location since 1979. We own all of our facilities; two lodges, 13 dorm rooms, commercial kitchen, great tuning room, all on 12 acres 5 miles outside of town. We are not hotel rats. We have a dedicated counselor staff to help campers fit in starting on the first day.

We have the best coaches, best housing and the most experienced staff of anyone on Mt Hood. We are also the oldest and most experienced camp operating on Mt Hood.

Location: Government Camp, OR.

Ages:  9 to 90 for overnight stay. Younger if they stay with parents

Activities: After-skiing activities include whitewater rafting, rock climbing, mountain biking, windsurfing, swimming, soccer, tennis, trampoline, skateboarding, challenge course, field sports and paintball. More information, here on the twelve different activities designed to fill out the day with interesting recreational pursuits.

Notable Coaches: Mike Syrovatka , Roger Bay, Jake Benda,  Andrea Dahl, Will Gregorak, Darren Owen, Jonah Elston, Carson Rudd, Catherine “Cat” Harnden, and Carl Noble

Coach to athlete ratio: 1:8

Notable Alumni: Ted Ligety, Julia Mancuso, Daron Rahlves, Vic Wild

Dates: 13 sessions beginning May 31 through August 29

Cost: Pricing varies per camp from $1445 to $1625

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