Do you want your child to learn a lifetime sport you can enjoy as a family?
Then join us at Spirit Mountain during Holiday Break. At the four-day Team Duluth Holiday Camp, children from 5-16 years old will learn to handle the runs with ease and become more confident on the snow!
Children are grouped by age and ability. Skills taught by the certified instructors range from learning to put skis or snowboards on to riding the tow and chairlift to making parallel turns down the more advanced hills.
Freestyle techniques are learned at our Progression Freeski Holiday camp. Safety is the top priority in the Progressions Freeski Holiday Camp. The camp is designed to give the athlete a unique opportunity to ski in the park and work on the skills of jumping and sliding all while under the direct instruction of a trained coach.
Levels are based on:
1. Minimal or no experience on skis/snowboard.
2. Comfortable on rope tow. Can easily perform linked wedge turns across hill.
3. Beginning to parallel. Comfortable on green and blue runs.
4. Comfortable with parallel turns, but needs improvement in technique.
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Your child’s safety comes first! All children participating in the Holiday Ski and Snowboard Camp, as well as all other Team Duluth programs, are required to provide and wear a helmet.
Registration & Fees
Registration is online. The fee for the 4-day camp is $159 if registering on or before December 14th, and as space is available after. Lift tickets and ski equipment rental are available for an additional charge.
Spirit Mountain offers a special four-day pass that may be purchased during registration for $75 for those 7 and up and $25 for those 6 and under. Season pass holders do not need to purchase a lift ticket.
Ski Equipment (skis, boots, and poles) may be rented through holiday camp. The $45, four-day rental allows equipment to be taken home each night and returned after the last day of camp. Unfortunately, snowboard rentals are not available through Holiday Camp.
Check-in & Camp Times
Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. Dec 27 in the Bear Paw Chalet. All other days, check-in begins at 8:45 a.m. Each day, instruction on snow begins at 9 a.m. and runs until 3 p.m. Groups break for lunch and warm-up as needed. All children must be picked up by 3:15 pm.
Participants should bring a bag lunch or make plans to buy lunch at Spirit Mountain’s Mountain Top Café. They will eat with their group in the Bear Paw Chalet.
Please Note: Children under 7 will be required to have a parent/designated guardian to be present during camp hours. This person will assist the child at lunch, getting geared up to go outside, bathroom breaks and cold weather breaks.
Due to the nature of Holiday Camp, no refunds will be processed beyond Dec 9; all refunds will be less a processing fee. Any refunds after Dec 9 will be considered only in regard to an emergency or unexpected event. Holiday Camp is set up in conjunction with Spirit Mountain as a 4-day package. We are unable to refund any participant for any days they are unable to attend.
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High School Holiday Race Camp
Are you interested in getting a jump on the upcoming racing season or improving your level of skiing/racing? This 4-day camp will focus on advanced skiing and racing techniques. It is designed to improve the high school-aged athlete’s ability to carve, control edging, and maintain balance. Athletes will also work on racing tactics, such as timing in the gates and the ability to pick and ski a proper line through a race course. For more information, please call Darlene Seelos at 218.590.6965.