For Beginner to Advanced Skiers
Am I Good Enough to Join a Camp?
YES you are!
We focus our camps towards beginner and intermediate skiers and occasionally on certain weeks it gets a bit more wild.
Ski Camp Requirement
- Somewhat parallel turns down a easy blue run
Freestyle Camp Requirement
- Zero freestyle skills required
- Can parallel turn down a red run
Sking Is Best Done Together
Travel Alone or Bring a Skier
Most of our camp guests join our camps alone and travel back home with multiple new ski friends.
Many bring their best ski buddy along or even girlfriends, boyfriends husbands, sons, daughters and wife's. To share a room simply book together or email us. email@example.com
We reccomend both join the camp or the one who don´t may feel left out.
3 Types of Camps
Join a Freestyle Camp and learn the foundations of freestyle skiing. Step by Step learn to hit jumps, grabs, stomp 180s / 360s and get rowdy on them boxes and rails.
Focus on your Ski Technique for a week, improve your short and long turns, get a taste for bumps and get to try your first tricks in the park with our top qualified instructors!
Dive into the wonderful world of freeriding skiing with our Introduction to Freeride Camp! Get comfortable skiing any terrain and learn all the basic safety skills you'll need to ski off-piste in ski resorts. The Camp goal is to help skiers who are comfortable on the slopes also feel comfortable skiing powder, crud or whatever the mountain throws at you.
Join our Zermatt Camps
Freestyle Camps Laax
2024 Freestyle 1 | Jan 7-13 | Level 0-2 |
2024 Freestyle 2 | Jan 14-20 | Level 0-2 |
2024 Freestyle 3 | Jan 21-27 | Level 0-2 |
2024 Freestyle 4 | Jan 28-Feb 3 | Level 0-2
2024 Freestyle 5 | Feb 25-Mar 2 | Level 0-2
2024 Freestyle 6 | Mar 3-9 | Level 0-2
2024 Freestyle 7 | Mar 10-16 | Level 1-3
2024 Freestyle 8 | Mar 17-23 | Level 1-3