December 19, 20, & 21, 2016 @Timberline Lodge
Three-day camp. Train 1, 2, or all 3 days
SKI RACE CAMP FOR OISRA & OSSA OREGON HIGH SCHOOL RACERS (12th Annual)
December 19, 20, 21, 2016 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday)
Our race camp is open to all Oregon High School ski racers that want to get in some extra training during winter break. All ability levels are welcome from entry level (first time racers) to Varsity level STATE racers. We'll focus on the fundamentals of race technique as well as teaching the fastest line through a slalom and GS course. Campers must enjoy skiing and bring a desire to improve. We will train at Timberline Lodge. *We will also make this camp available to recently graduated high school students who can't get enough gates as well as 7th and 8th graders, who want to get a jump start on their high school ski racing careers. .
Photos from Spring camp day 1 2016 here
Photos from Winter camp 2015 here
Photos from May 2015 spring camp here and here too
Photos from May 2014 spring camp
Photos from January 2013 winter camp
Photos from December 2011 winter camp
Photos from December 2010 winter camp
CAMP 3-DAY SCHEDULE
Train 1, 2, or all 3 days.
Monday, December 19: GS drills & training
Tuesday, December 20: Slalom drills & training
Wednesday, December 21: Slalom in the morning/GS after lunch
Contact information of coaches:
Coach Robin Cressy email: Robincressy@gmail.com
Coach Robin Cressy cell phone: 971-570-3171
Coach Jason Hattery home email:
Coach Jason Hattery cell phone: 503-475-5015
Camp Director Mike Annett, camp ofice: 503-337-2230
Camp office email: email@example.com
**cell phones might not get reception at the camp lodge, but they do tend to work at timberline
Location: TIMBERLINE LODGE
Price: $60.00/day coaching costs
Lodging: Lodging (*Lodging is optional) is available at MHSSC Lodge, Cost is $45 per night. *This price includes dinner and breakfast.
Transportation: $10.00/day (*optional) from the MHSSC Lodge to TIMBERLINE LODGE each day if you don't have your own car.
Lift Tickets: Current Timberline lift ticket prices can be seen here.
*If you have a season pass/fusion pass, you obviously don't need to purchase lift tickets
Where: Meet at TIMBERLINE LODGE 9am each day in the Wy'East day lodge by the fireplace.
Video: We will shoot video each day (weather permitting).
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
1. Does my racer have to ski all 3 days? No, they will only be charged for how many days they want training. It can be any combination of those 3 available days.
2. Does my racer have to stay the night? No, some kids prefer to do their own lodging/transportation. In the past, about half the kids spend the night with us.
3. Is Lunch Provided? No, please pack a lunch or bring money for lunch.
4. What's the deal with Lift Tickets? If you don't have a season pass or fusion pass, please bring cash so you can purchase your own lift ticket each morning.
5. Helmets required? Absolutely YES!
6. Drugs and Alcohol? Don't even THINK about it!
HOW DO I SIGN UP?
THERE ARE TWO STEPS TO THIS!!!
**(every year somebody doesn't do step #2.....please don't be that person this year!)
Step #1: Sign-up on the mthood.com APPLICATION PAGE, look for the box that looks like the green/grey box below and check ALL the boxes that apply to YOU (i.e. coaching, lodging, transportation). And keep in mind that lift tickets are your responsibility. You cannot prepay for lift tickets thru the mthood.com website.
Step #2: Fill out some release forms (PDF file) which can be found -->> HERE
Fill them out, and snail mail them to this address or bring them with you on your first day and give them to coach Robin in the morning on your first day before we head out at 9am:
MHSSC High School Winter Camp
PO Box 317
Government Camp, OR 97028
*Only snail mail the forms if you drop them in the mailbox before Dec. 18, 2015 otherwise just bring them to Timberline on your first day.
YOU CANNOT TRAIN WITH US UNTIL WE HAVE YOUR FORMS IN HAND!!! OK? And yes, you need to fill out and sign the Timberline release form even if you already filled one out for your high school ski team.
THIS IS NOT THE ON-LINE APPLICATION PAGE.
(look for the box you see below on the application page)
December 2016 Oregon High School winter camp
LODGING and MEALS option:
The LODGES at SALMON RIVER MEADOWS is your most convenient lodging for this camp. It has 5 sleeping rooms, ski room, wax room, storage and game room (including pool, ping pong and foosball tables) in the basement, dining room and kitchen serving the best camp food in the area. Our lodge is located next to the Chevron gas station, about 5 miles east of Government Camp on US Highway 26. The cost is $45.00 per night which includes dinner and breakfast. There is wireless wifi internet available at the camp lodge. *Drugs and/or Alcohol are obviously not tolerated and you will be sent home without a refund.
Transportation to and from the Camp Lodge and Timberline Lodge is available for $10 per day.
Jason has coached with the Aloha/Southridge ski team for the last 15 years. He help coach the Southridge girls to the metro league title in 2005, 2007 and 2009 and have gone to State every year since 2003. The Southridge boys team also won the metro league title in 2009 for the first time in school history. Jason is a certified USSA level 100 and NFHS coach
Brian is currently the head coach of the Beaverton High School ski team 2015-2017. Previously he was head coach at Southridge 2010 - 2014. PSIA level 2 certified instructor Ex-PNSA racer and winner of the coaches race 2016! Brian raced for Hillsboro ski team, class of 1997 and was part of 3 metro league boys championship teams.
7:45am Wake-up/Breakfast for those of you lodging at MHSSC lodge
8:30am Transportation from MHSSC to Timberline
|9:00am Meet Coaches Jason Hatteryy/Robin Cressy at the Wy'East day lodge near the fireplace
9:15am warm-up runs/help coaches set courses
10:00am - 12:30pm GS/Slalom drills and gate training
12:30pm - 1:30pm Lunch (bring your own or buy in the cafeteria)
1:30pm - 3:30pm GS/Slalom gate training
3:30pm - 4:00pm Help coaches tear down courses, transport gates to parking lot
|4:00pm transportation back to MHSSC for those lodging there
4:30pm video analysis at MHSSC lodge
6:00pm Dinner served at MHSSC
10:30pm Lights out
Testimonials from our high school camps:
Robin, Jason & Andrew, On behalf of the Johnson Family ... thanks for making Riley feel so welcome at camp. She had a great time with all of you. She said you gave her some great advice. She enjoyed getting perspective from other coaches! She also liked the video. We don't have that with our club. She talked about finally understanding what her coach has been telling her for two years about dropping her hands on Slalom. The kids were very nice. She regretted that she didn't sign up to stay with you at the lodge ... next time! Thanks again!
~ Joyce Johnson
Thanks so much for providing instruction for our son, Lito, and all the other kids this week. It was a thrill to see them all up there. The pace of learning was truly amazing, like watching a plant grow before your eyes. See you at the races!
~Bill Nicolai (OES ski team parent)
Dear Mr Cressy,
Thanks you very much for the excellent ski camp experience. Hunor had a great time, learned a lot and decided to race on the Lincoln HS team during the next season.
Sincerely, Marta Somogyi-Mann (Lincoln high school ski team parent)
Robin and Sean,
Taylor got home tonight and talked non-stop through dinner and into the evening about his experience at camp these past 4 days. He had a great experience and so much fun. Thank you for your time and energies! I know this is a tough time of the year, so busy before the holidays and we really appreciate the opportunity for Taylor to train with you. We loved the photo’s and update you sent each evening, (especially since we couldn’t reach Taylor on his cell due to a weak signal). It was great to get the daily reports and photos. He learned so much from you at the camp and had a ton of fun. I have to tell you that you can double your fees for camp and it would be worth every penny! Taylor would love to do it again so keep us in mind when you schedule the next one! Happy holidays!
~ Laura J. Gentry (Tigard high school ski team parent)
Natalie's dad here. We can't thank you enough for the instruction you have given her. We also love the media that is coming also. Those pictures were great. Just a great experience. Any time you want to do this again, Natalie is in. I would also like to know if you ever do private lessons. Natalie, Annette, and I are very impressed with your system. Thank you so much.
~ Tom Quirk (Sunset high school ski team parent)
Hi Robin. Just wanted to thank you for a successful race camp. Natalie was very excited about all she learned on both days. Again, we are very thankful for all of yours and Sean's instruction. Natalie's been jotting down notes to keep it all in her head. Enjoy the rest of Spring Break.
~ Annette Quirk (Sunset high school ski team parent)
Steven reports he learned lots of great tips and the camp was terrific. Thanks for doing this. I think he'll be back next year for sure.
~Carolyn Schiewe (Wilson high school ski team parent)
Hey its Taylor Witkop, I just wanted to say thank you so much for doing the camp. I felt like I learned a lot and got a lot better as well and I hope to do it again next year.
Jake had a blast! He learned so much and is excited to put it all on action! I would recommend this to everyone who wants to ski and race better. Thanks Sean Robin and Brian!
~ Angie Scherer (Southridge ski team parent)
Thank you very much. I picked up Cole and Alex last night and they really enjoyed the camp. The both felt they had great training!
~ Marti Jacobsen (Jesuit ski team parent)
You guys are such GREAT coaches and so great with the kids. He wants to keep coming back. He is so encouraged by his improvements each day. Thanks for turning him into a Varsity racer over the last 3 camps and making it fun.
~ Cheryl Connall (OES ski team parent)
Hi Robin and Sean, She improved her time from last year by 12 seconds; great progress in her development. Thank you for the coaching last week. She said she learned a lot.
~ Kevin Grillo (Southridge ski team parent)
Jack said he felt much more prepared for Cato after camp on Friday. He hooked a gate during the race, but he did officially finish, which was his goal.
~ Tania Vincent (Southridge ski team parent)
Thank you very much for your help on Friday. Sophie was very happy she spent the time with you and Sean. That one day was a big one for her and she knows it.
~ Jay Boden (Sunset ski team parent)