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Ski Race Camps

Cost Per Person
£450
Start Date
27/06/2022
End Date
01/07/2022

Slalom and Giant Slalom training

Race training and for all levels of ski racers from novice ski racers to international competitors along with ski instructors from all countries in preparation for home country training and exams.

Race Training For Ski Racers
Race training for ski racers from those just beginning their journey to FIS and international competitors including masters ski racers.

Race Training For Ski Instructors
Race training for ski instructors from all nations in preparation for the ISIA technical test, the EU Eurotest, the french Test Technique.

“Incredible. Stuck on a plateau for 20 years. Now a new world of ski racing awaits me”

“Opened my eyes to a completely different way to race. I no longer ski out of courses,  I am no longer nervous. I stand in the start gate with complete confidence with excited anticipation. Thank you Snoworks”

“Took my ski racing to a completely new level”

For more information email [email protected]

SKI LEVELS
Ski level and experience varies depending on the resort and the date. See each specific course date or contact the office. As a rough guide see below.

TIGNES
Minimum level: No previous race experience required. Everyone has to start sometime.
Groups are generally mixed ability with the coach adopting a round robin approach to coaching. Working with each individual athlete. Anyone can book no matter what your experience. It’s you, the poles and the coach. Race coaches can work with a huge difference in ability level.
Minimum ability level: Competent on Reds and Blacks.

LES DEUX ALPES
Level: Experienced racers.

FONNA
Level: Experienced racers.

PEER SNOW VALLEY, BELGIUM
Level: Experienced racers.

Essential Information

Time of Year
Autumn/Summer/Winter
Days Per Week
5 days
Hours Per Day
All day. Times may vary see specific dates
Skiers per group
Maximum 10
SKI PASSES
Purchase in resort
Ski Equipment
N/A
Video Analysis
Yes
OFF PISTE Safety Equipment
N/A
Helmet
Compulsory

TIGNES – THE UPLIFT AND SLOPES

Uplift to the glacier is via the Funiculair Perce Neige. Once up you have the Telepherique Grande Motte, Vanoise Chairlift and Termignon Drag Lifts (3,500). Unlike many glaciers that are relatively flat, Tignes offers a variety of terrain, more gentle slopes down lower with the steeper slopes up top. Everything you need for a great week’s training.

OFF SNOW

As a summer resort, Tignes is unbeatable for off snow activities. In the afternoons the village comes alive. Around the lake is a hive of activity and for fitness training it’s first class. The Lagon has a beautiful swimming pool and wellness and Tignes Espace has so much choice from climbing, squash, weights and fitness along with sports hall including badminton and volleyball. Cycling enthusiasts should bring their bikes to ride the Col d’Iseran or you can hire downhill bikes and use the uplift. The uplift is available in the afternoons with great mountain bike trails (pending snow conditions). Tennis, canoeing, paddleboards, trampolines, basketball and slacklines are just some of the available activities. For those wishing to take it easy after a morning on the Glacier a stunning walk round the lake and a drink or two in one of Tignes’ bars will round the day off perfectly.

Itinerary

TRAVEL OPTIONS

By Road – a 9/10 hour drive from Calais

By Air – fly to Geneva and either book a transfer or hire a car

Transfers Geneva to Tignes suggestions
Cool Bus
Bens Bus
Mountain Rescue
Snow Drone

Closest Station – Bourg Saint Maurice

ACCOMMODATION OPTIONS

Peak Feeling Ski – book direct

Ski Encore Apartments – Book direct
Self catered apartments Book direct