Ski summer camp season is largely over. Whistler-based camps closed weeks ago, and Mt. Hood’s Windells recently held their last day of camp. Woodward at Copper is still going strong with public drop-in sessions, but is done operating camp activities for the summer. For those lucky few venturing down to South America, Evolve Chile and South American Snow Sessions (SASS) are just about hitting their stride right about now. That being said, it’s often difficult to figure out exactly which camp is going to be the best fit for your ski type.
Camp websites offer a good starting place, but it’s likely you’ll find a somewhat bias opinion for obvious reasons. Even with camper testimonials it’s certainly possible to miss out on some of the negatives that might be ignored in camp reviews.
To avoid this problem, The Ski Channel has launched a contest to make sure ski camps are measured in a way that is accurate and easy to understand. While Summer 2010 is nearly over, Summer 2011 will be here again before you know it, so it’s never too early to start planning your next ski camp session.
For those skiers who have already attended camp this summer, we want to hear from you!
In fact, we want to reward your efforts to educate the ski community about which camp is the best. For every complete review we receive, you will win a prize (t-shirt, dvd, hat, etc.)
Best of all, for the most thorough, creative and informative review, we will give away a pair of brand new Moment Tahoe skis!
To help your chances for the skis, be sure to upload those photos and videos to The Ski Channel Facebook Page.
To win, entries must be received by September 6th, 2010 at 11:59 p.m. PDT.
About the Moment Tahoe Ski:
The Moment Tahoe is built as an all-mountain ski ready to tackle any snow conditions. Whether it’s first chair powder, Sierra cement, or the park – the Tahoe can handle it all.
At 96mm underfoot, it’s versatile enough to be your everyday ski throughout the season, if need be. A Medium-radius sidecut and handmade construction produce a ski that’s not only easy to pilot, but tough as hell.
The Tahoe is built from the base up with UHMW sidewalls, Aspen/Pine wood core and rigid fiberglass layers under and an exceptionally durable topsheet layer. With the moderate flex and versatile sidecut, there’s no need for a midday ski exchange. The Moment Tahoe is truly your do-it-all ski.
170cm: 127-96-118, 17.7m turn radius