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WinAlpine Fall Ski Camp
Camp Information This is the Scott Winquist / Win Alpine 25th Annual Summer Ski Racing Camp. The camp is based in Government Camp, Oregon. It is designed to be the most comprehensive summer ski camp with an emphasis on modern slalom and G.S. techniques. We conduct training at Timberline Ski Area, boasting the best snow and training facilities in North America. Mt. Hood is the preferred training site of all European World Cup and National teams. The camp is open to any level. We are a hands-on camp with 24-hour supervision. The camp does dryland every day, including many hikes into the Mt. Hood National Forest.
Camp features

All condos are privately owned 1 – 5 coach to athlete ratio on the hill Family environment – personal coaching Most up to date digital video, each athlete has their own daily video session. Daily off campus activities include hiking, swimming, soccer, etc… Timberline provides breakfast. Personal pick up and drop off to and from the airport We pride our camp on its personal attention to the athlete We have many referrals, feel free to contact us.
Camp Mission Statement Providing the athlete with the most up to date slalom and GS technique, three days slalom and three days of GS, with world class coaches, one on one personal attention, and an experience they will remember for a lifetime. Lodging This year, we will be staying at the Thunderhead Lodge, Golden Poles Condos, and the Alltitude House. All units have heated pools, laundry facilities, internet, and wax rooms. Food Breakfast will be provided by Timberline each day; our four chefs will provide lunch and dinner. Covid Information Our Covid plans will be given to campers upon receipt of your application. Day Campers We are offering a day camper option again this year. Camp Cost Cost includes: All ground transportation, lift tickets, lodging, lane fees, tax and gratuities, salt, video, and coaching fees. A $1000.00 deposit is required by May 15, 2022, accompanied by the application. Balance is due in full by June 1, 2022. There will be an acknowledgement letter emailed to you upon receipt of your application; it contains a list of items to pack, contact info, flight info form and a Timberline release you’ll need to send back to me. Look for Covid information upon receipt of application.
Camp Pricing & Flight Information
June 20 – July 1 (nine-day ski with one day off) $3795.00 Day Camper, June 20 – July 1 (nine-day ski with one day off) $3395.00
Arrival Travel Day June 20, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, if possible Departure Travel Day July 1, in the morning Application and deposit are due May 15, 2022. Please keep in mind that these camps are filled on a first come, first serve basis. We have been fortunate for the past 24 years to fill our camps in April. 2022 Coaching Staff
Scott Winquist MI, Camp Director Win Alpine Director, based in Central Division for the past 32 years, a full service, year around ski club 28-year Jr. Olympic Coach John Leffler CO, Head Coach Quantum Sports, Director 21-year former Team Breck, Director Mike Wagner Traverse City MI, Asst Coach Midwest (Central Division) Fischer Ski Manager for alpine athletes Win Alpine Summer and Fall Camp Coach John DeHaven Alaska, Asst Coach Win Alpine Summer and Fall Camp Coach Director/Head Coach Alaska Mitch Makela MI, Asst Coach NMU Varsity Ski Team Win Alpine Summer and Fall Camp Coach Rob Brown MI, Asst Coach U.S. Nationals Competitor Win Alpine Summer and Fall Camp Coach More Coaches to be added 2022 Support Staff Sandy Waite World Traveler, Head Chef Head Cook for Win Alpine Summer and Fall Camps Beth Eliopoulos MI, Chef Win Alpine Summer and Fall Camp Cook Lynn Grzelak MI, Chef Win Alpine Summer Camp Cook Kristine Winquist MI, Chef