High Sierra Nordic Camp — December 6-9

FasterSkierNovember 7, 2006

Finally — a world-class Nordic training camp in the High Sierra. For years Nordic skiers have made the early ski season pilgrimage to West Yellowstone.

The High Sierra Nordic Camp is the alternative to this long travel and its high gas prices for the early season shake out the summer-cobwebs ski camp. It is ideally timed, in between holidays, yet still early in the season to provide that all-important jump start to your ski season.

The High Sierra offers the peak experience of a full-service, intimate camp.


A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to the Far West Nordic Association.


Pre-workout yoga (optional)
Three-hour morning skate and classic technique sessions with video
Lunch/Dartfish video analysis
Afternoon individual ski
Evening presentations (optional)

Camp Cost: $389 — What’s Included:

Four days of instruction
Four day pass at Royal Gorge ($64 discount for Royal Gorge pass holders)
Dartfish video analysis
Four day pass at Tahoe Forest Hospital Center for Health and Sports Performance
Evening presentations
One group dinner

Single Day Sessions
$101/day ($16 discount for Royal Gorge season pass holders)

Additional Costs:

Tahoe Forest Hospital Center for Health and Sports Performance
VO2 Max or Sub-Max, and Functional Movement test $95 (a $215 value)
Three month training program included (a $300 value)
Massage available upon request


Ice Lakes Lodge, Serene Lakes
Special Camp rate of $100/night for two people (a $165 value)


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