3-Day Steep Skiing Camp
Age Description: 18 & up
Canyons is offering a special Steep Skiing camp hosted by World Extreme Skiing Champion Brant Moles. Designed for intermediate to advanced skiers who want to take their big mountain skiing to the next level, this camp will provide you with the necessary tools to handle the more extreme terrain that you may encounter at Canyons and other resorts. This camp is not for first time skiers - you already know how to ski, and you stopped taking lessons years ago. What you want is to be able to perform as comfortably and confidently in the steep and deep as you do on the rest of the mountain.
This 3-day clinic, led by one of the best Big Mountain skiers in the world, will focus on getting you to ski steeper, more technical terrain safely and confidently. Brant has been coaching and competing for years and will share with you the skills and techniques – both physical and mental – that helped him conquer some of the most extreme terrain and become a National and World Champion. This is not a backcountry clinic; however, you will learn some backcountry skills such as how to read the terrain, select a safe line, basic avalanche awareness and safety, and technical skiing techniques.
Brant Moles has been skiing for over 30 years. He is the 1997 World Extreme Skiing Champion, 1997 IFSA World Tour Champion, and 1997 National Freeskiing Champion. Brant has been featured in more than 10 ski movies including 1999's Imax film, Extreme.
*Reservations for all programs are highly recommended and are often REQUIRED during holiday periods. We do not guarantee the ability to accommodate late reservation requests. All lessons begin on time; we are not typically able to accommodate late arrivals. Cancellations made within 48 hours of the lesson(s) start will incur a fee equivalent to 50% of the total cost of the first day's lesson(s). For no call-no shows and cancellations occurring after the lesson(s) start time(s), the cancellation fee is 100% of the total cost of the first day's lesson(s). Weather and snow conditions are not viable reasons for cancellation.