2 Day Program
Start-End Dates: Dec 3, 2022 – Mar 26, 2023
Training Hours: Sat & Sun 8:30AM – 3PM
Cost: $960.00 + Individual or Family Membership
The focus of this program is to push each athlete to improve his or her overall riding ability. Encouraging riders to explore the entire mountain, including groomed runs, glades, steep terrain, terrain parks and the halfpipe. It’s a positive learning environment from which the athletes can extend their personal boundaries. Riders will be divided in to age/ability appropriate groups to insure that each athlete receives coaching that matches his/her skills. Competitions are encouraged and available for halfpipe, slopestyle, slalom, giant slalom and boardercross through the USASA Northern Vermont Series. (Membership in the USASA is required to enter these competitions)
**Please Note: This Program may require or request that athletes purchase a pass to other resorts.**
The focus of this program is to push each athlete to improve their overall riding ability. We will accomplish this goal by encouraging the rider to explore the entire mountain: groomed runs, glades, steep terrain, terrain parks and halfpipe. We will create a positive learning environment from which the athletes can extend their personal boundaries. The riders will be divided into age appropriate groups to ensure that each athlete receives coaching that matches his or her skills.
Athletes in this program are not required to enter competitions, but they are welcome to compete as their skills progress. Competitions are available for halfpipe, slopestyle, slalom, boardercross and giant slalom through the USASA Northern Vermont Series. (Membership in the USASA is required to enter these competitions)
A progression-based approach is used to take each athlete through the learning process. Daily schedules are determined on the group’s progression and available terrain.
HELMETS are required for all program participants, snowboard equipment and warm all-weather clothes.
SNSC Family Membership ($300) or SNSC Individual ($200). Those entering competitions need a USASA license.