Cardigan Mountain School A boarding and day school for boys in grades 6 through 9

Summer Ski Camp

Cardigan Summer Ski Camp racer passes a giant slalom gate at Mammoth Mountain

Cardigan summer ski racing camps focus on fundamentals, volume of gate training, repetition, ski miles, and fun! The goal of the camp is to gain more ski mileage while focusing on key technique adjustments so the athlete is prepared for the upcoming season.

Fun is a priority because student-athletes ski better when they are having fun. We work hard on improvements during gate training while balancing our overall love of free skiing. Development as a ski racing athlete is about repetition; the more ski miles an athlete can get the better! It is a great time to break down an athlete’s technique and begin ingraining new habits without the pressure of an upcoming race. Our camp is high volume, high energy, and very fun.

 

2021 Mt. Hood Camp

An excellent camp and training experience! We will challenge the athletes to think about their skiing and work on their individual needs while understanding and honing their strengths. Early mornings of skiing with afternoons of dryland, mental workshops, and exploration of the surrounding Oregon area add up to a really unique experience in this classic summer ski racing location.

  • Mt. Hood, OR
  • July 19-27, 2021 
  • U12-16 boys and girls
  • SL & GS training
  • 7 days of skiing (weather permitting)

Coaches

  • Julia Ford: 2014 Olympian, 10 year member of the U.S. Ski Team, Director of Alpine Skiing at Cardigan.
  • Travis Nevins: Collegiate All American, 9 years of experience coaching, Head Coach at Cardigan.
  • 5:1 Athlete to Coach ratio.

Cost

  • The cost of camp is $2400.
  • Airfare is the responsibility of the athlete. Our coaches will coordinate pick-up and drop-off from the airport in Portland.

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Julia Ford

Julia Ford

Director of Alpine Skiing

Ms. Ford is a former member of the U.S. Ski Team, with whom she competed in 40 F.I.S. World Cup races and the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. She is a two- time U.S. National Downhill Champion. Before joining the U.S. Ski Team, she was a multi-sport athlete at Holderness School.

Travis Nevins

Travis Nevins

Head Coach

Mr. Nevins has been coaching at Cardigan for ten years. A lifelong skier and cyclist, he is a former collegiate All-American in skiing and was a member of a national championship team. Mr. Nevins is also the Program Director and Head Coach for Cardigan's Mountain Biking Program.