Alpine Meadows is readying for a series of camps that it hosts in March. Options include heli-prep, steeps, women, and snowboard camps, and spaces are still available.
The How to Heli Camp, offered March 6-7, preps black diamond skiers for heading out to go heli-skiing. The two-day program costs $369 with lift tickets or $283 without lift tickets.
Those looking to ski the steeps can sign up for three days of plummeting down chutes and drops. The Steep Skiing Camp, scheduled March 12-14, aims to take black diamond skiers into double black diamond terrain. Avalanche awareness and tactical decision-making are part of the program. The camp, which costs $658 with lift tickets or $529 without lift tickets, includes an evening of indoor rock climbing.
The Rippin Alpine Divas Camp, March 19-21, targets women who are intermediate or above skiers. The camp focuses on developing skills in a supportive environment. The camp costs $658 with lift tickets or $529 without lift tickets.
The Snowboard Camp, designed for intermediate or above riders, takes place March 26-28. Emphasis in the camp splits between all terrain riding and freestyle in the park. The camp costs $529 with lift tickets or $399 without lift tickets.
All camps include coaching, video analysis, lunch each day, a welcome breakfast, a dinner, and morning stretching and yoga.
More information. Or call 530-581-8200.