If you’re looking for a year round progression we have you covered right here in the USA. We offer week long spring and summer sessions at Mt. Hood Oregon, a long time mecca for off season progression. During the winter we offer a variety of theme specific weekend mini sessions at Squaw Valley|Alpine Meadows and Boreal|Woodward Tahoe
What’s Included on our Trips to North America
-What’s Included in our weekend workshops-
- 2 days of professional Coaching and Guiding
- Saturday evening Apres goal setting Session
- Lift line privileges (Squaw Sessions)
- Lift Access and Woodward (Boreal Sessions)
- Branded gift
- Certificate of completion
-What’s Included on our Timberline Sessions-
- Transportation to/from Portland Airport
- 6 nights Comfortable Lodging
- 5 days Professional Coaching
- Lift tickets and premium access to all terrain parks
- Breakfasts and Dinners
- Pre-camp goal setting session
- Edited photos and video
- Off snow activities
- Branded Gift
- Certificate of completion
What to Expect
Our 2 day weekend workshops are Highly focused skill development courses designed for snowboarders who want in depth analysis of their craft. Each workshop has a specific theme and a variety of supporting resources so you walk away with a plan for progression you can reference far into the future. We offer focused coaching in the park, on the groomed, and in the extreme terrain of Squaw Valley|Alpine Meadows; and in the parks and indoor facilities of Boreal Mountain|Woodward Tahoe.
Our 7 day Timberline Sessions are the best way to build your skills in the off season while getting a full week to explore one of the prettiest mountains on earth. Our spring sessions offer great snow and low crowds giving us the opportunity to explore a wide variety of environments from carving, freestyle, and even back country. Our summer sessions focus heavily on freestyle, slushy soft parks in every direction serviced by long lifts and line specific rope tows make this mecca for progression the perfect place dial in tricks.
We take care of the details so you can focus on your goals. Timberline sessions are inclusive from the moment your plane lands, or you park your car at our lodge.
We ensure a small coach to camper ratio of 4 campers to 1 coach, and we never exceed 12 campers. You’ll enjoy an intimate experience where you’ll receive plenty of individual attention so you can grow as a rider, and small enough groups that you’ll get to know everyone your sharing the adventure with. Our North American sessions are open to intermediate to expert snowboarders.
Join us early this winter for a weekend of freeride progression at Squaw Valley. The focus of this early season workshop is efficiency. We’ll take a detailed look at your riding with the aim to get your body and board working together seamlessly. We’ll explore a variety of tasks from carving to switch riding, as well as some basic freestyle.
Join us early this January for two full days of freestyle progression at Boreal Mountain Resort. Boreal builds one of the most progressive terrain parks in the country, with features ranging from extra small to ultra creative, making it the perfect spot for us to host this season’s first freestyle focused workshop.
This workshop is all about getting off the groomed and into the wild; going beyond how to turn and focusing on the tactics that’ll keep you safe and having fun in dynamic terrain. We’ll explore the wooded gullies, open bowls, and “hike to” opportunities of Alpine Meadows.
Join us for a full week in beautiful Central Oregon. This session we’ll highlight some of the lesser known mountains found within Oregon, all while building your skills on some of the most surf-able terrain on earth.
Join us for a full session on our home turf in Lake Tahoe California. This destination has it all; perfect parks, steep chutes, and wild trees. This session’s focus is Cali creativity in dynamic terrain. We’ll access up to 5 different resorts while building the skills to truly surf the earth.
La Nina’s in the forecast for 2021, that means a huge winter snowfall for the Pacific Northwest. This session we’re going to honor the legacy of Craig Kelly, “the Godfather of Freeriding” by leaving our mark on Stevens Pass and Mt. Baker.