Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows' rich competitive heritage spans decades and includes athletes who have gone on to compete in national, World Cup, and Olympic events. Alumni include Marco Sullivan, Tamara McKinney, Jonny Moseley, Travis Ganong and Julia Mancuso - just to name a few.  Our competitive ski, snowboard, telemark team programs are designed to offer all ages a team environment to learn gate-bashing, freestyle, and skills for staying safe and having fun on snow. With the Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Ski Team Foundation providing support, the legacy remains strong.

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Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Ski Team receives highest recognition from U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association

The resort's Ski Team is one of only nine clubs in the United States, and the only club in California, to receive Gold Certification from the national governing body of skiing and snowboarding.

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To complete your Athletes Ski Team Registration please fill-out the Permission to Treat a Minor Form and send back either by email to pmezger@Squaw.com or fax to 530-581-7214.
SV | AM Ski Team Summer Ski Camps


Spring & Summer Camp Contact: 
J
osh Benge - jbenge@squaw.com - 530-386-1000

Performance Program Contact
Dan DeCoite at 530-452-7205, ddecoite@squaw.com

Squaw | Alpine Summer Ski Camps 2015


April 18- 19 SL Camp 1 (U10-U14)
Tall Pole SL progression utilizing drills and drill courses.
@ Squaw Valley- 2 days on snow
Cost: $200 (add $16 a day for non-pass holders)

April 25- 26 SL Camp 2 (U14-U16)
SL skills and fundamentals utilizing drills and courses.
@ Squaw Valley- 2 days on snow
Cost: $200 (add $16 a day for non-pass holders)

May 1st- May 3rd SL Camp 1 (U10-FIS): CANCELLED


May 8th – May 10th SL Camp 2 (U14-U16): CANCELLED


May 16th – May 19th GS Camp (99' YOB U16-FIS):
Fundamentals GS on FIS GS equipment for 99's and older
Mammoth, 4 days on snow.
Lodging/ food available: Team
Transportation available: Team
Cost: $299 plus ticket, plus transportation cost, a $50 deposit is due by April 15th


June 22nd – June 28th Hood Tech Camp 1 (U12-U18):
U12-U16 Fundamental Slalom and GS
FIS Slalom
@ Mt Hood - 6 days on snow, 1 rest/weather day
Cost: $1350, a $50 deposit is due by April 15th
Lodging/ food available: Team @ Mazama lodge
Transportation available: Team


July 15th – July 21st Hood Tech Camp 2 (U12-U16):
Fundamental SL/GS skiing utilizing drills and drill courses
@ Mt Hood - 6 days on snow, 1 rest/weather day
Cost: $1350, a $50 deposit is due by April 15th
Lodging/ food available: Team @ Mazama lodge
Transportation available: Team


July 24th – August 14th New Zealand (U14-FIS):
Slalom and GS full progression, Location Ohau
Cost: $3,250, a $50 deposit is due by May 1st
PRICE DEPENDENT UPON EXCHANGE RATE
Lodging/food available: Team only
Transportation available: airfare on your own

NZE Camp Details ($3,250 not including airfare)
July 22 Depart SFO Arrive Christchurch before 10am July 24
Ski July 25-31 ($1,400)
Ski August 2-7 ($1,200)
Ski August 9-13 ($1,000)
Depart Christchurch August 14

August Hood Camp 3 (U12-FIS): CANCELLED

October Zermatt (U12-FIS):
Slalom and GS full progression
Cost: $TBD, a $50 deposit is due by May 1st
Costs based on occupancy, select for info.
Lodging/food available: Team
Transportation available: airfare on your own

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

















 
   
            


 

Dryland "Activity" Camps

Date: (activity emphasis) 

June 27/28 (water sport emphasis)
Paddleboard, kayak, water ski and wakeboard, swimming

July 18/19 (outdoor/mountain emphasis)
King of the mountain

October 3/4 (emphasis dependent on weather)
Conditioning and Physical Assessments

Common strategies for each camp 
Day 0 (optional Friday)
-Integration with existing full summer program
-FMS

Day 1 (Saturday)
-AM- Functional Movement Screening
-AM- Physical assessment
-PM- Outdoor activity
-PM- Yoga

Day 2 (Sunday)
-AM- Conditioning goal
-AM- Educational Piece (nutrition)
-PM- Outdoor activity

Day 0 Performance Program integration is dependent upon the programming focus for that Friday afternoon. It is meant to be an introduction to the full-time dryland conditioning in our Performance Program. If interested athlete should have $ available for lunch and dinner that day.
Meals included: Saturday Lunch and Dinner; Sunday Breakfast and Lunch
Transportation included: to and from all activities sites from time of camp arrival to time of camp departure
Lodging included: Friday night, Saturday night @ Squaw Valley Academy