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Lodging Options Available for Fall Training Camp at Copper Mountain
Lodging Options Available for Fall Training Camp at Copper Mountain

Those who have grown up in the Colorado are most familiar with the ski resorts in and around Copper Mountain including Breckenridge, Keystone, Ski Cooper, Vail, etc. Whether you are aware of the area or not, you still need to consider a few things regarding lodging which the NASC emphasis at Colorado Ski Camp before planning any ski trip be it the fall training camp at Copper Mountain.

Lodging is the first and foremost thing that needs to be considered. Lodging primarily is your staging area before heading out to the slopes. And, it is also the place where you relax after a hard day of play. The choice of lodging has a huge impact on any ski trip.

Fall Training Camp at Copper Mountain

• Hotels

Hotels could be one of the options. Some of them are near the amenities and lifts are expensive. But, if you want to go for a lesser expensive option, you can choose the hotels further away. As can be seen, a majority of the hotel rooms lacks kitchens or simply have partial kitchens. The person opting for ski training would most likely be eating all their meals out. There are a few hotels that might provide you complimentary continental breakfast to get the skiers going in the morning.

• Bed and Breakfasts

The bed and breakfast type of lodging will offer you a full breakfast and tea and snacks can usually be offered in the afternoon. Many of these are located in the charming renovated historic buildings. This type of lodging is best for those who want to be familiar with the other travelers. They can also suggest you on where to look out for the evening meals.

 • Homes and Condos

The other option for lodging is the town homes and condos that include a full kitchen. This can help you save money and add to your convenience, by eating meals at the rentals. For large groups, a private lodge, or home can be found as it can accommodate reasonable-sized groups. They offer shared living spaces as well as private bedrooms where the group can gather. All of us understand what it means to be staying in Copper Mountain Colorado Ski Resort in a huge group. Going for skiing in a group brings a lot of joy and participation as there are multitudes of people who get a chance to interact with each other and exchange thoughts since they have the same interests.

Fall Training Camp at Copper Mountain

• Ski-in ski-out rentals

There are also ski-in and ski-out type of rentals that provide a lot of convenience since they are directly on a ski slope. The skiers can stop back at the rental for lunch or to exchange their experiences with others in the group. This type of lodging can be found in the hotels, town homes, condos, private homes, and lodges. Since there is no formal definition of the ski-in ski-out type of lodging, it is better to ask the right questions from the property management company as every company has its own method of applying this terminology to their properties. You should do this so that you do not have to face disappointment when you arrive at the ski camp. For instance, some of these rentals might be some distance from the restaurants and other amenities, whereas others might be right on a ski slope.

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014
I grew up going to NASC every summer and couldn’t wait for my kids to experience it too. It's proven to be just as much fun for them as it was for me 25-years ago! The on-hill experience is top-notch, the coaching staff is wonderful, and the after-ski activities make it the summer camp experience that kids dream of. All of the kids had so much fun, were safe, and improved so much!
- Jody Curtis, Former NASC Athlete and Park City Ski Team Parent
All 3 of my kids have gone to NASC Fall and Summer camps for years. They still attend and absolutely love it! The Coaches at NASC can make any skier, at any ability level, better. The coaches' knowledge of modern skiing and surface preparation is unmatched. NASC coaches really care about each and every athlete and share their passion for the sport.
- Mike Regrut, Parent of Telluride Ski Team Athlete & D1 Racer
NASC was one of the best decisions I've ever made on behalf of my son. His first stay away from family was with NASC at age 11. The experience far exceeded my expectations. The coaches and training are best-in-class. He'll be attending for his 4th year in 2021. NASC is by far his favorite camp and ski training experience. Our ski team now sends multiple athletes to NASC.
- Derek Stagner, Hidden Valley Ski Team Parent & Board President
Brad taught me a lot on the snow! What a wealth of knowledge!
- Sandy Perrins, Stratton Mountain School & Bates College Ski Racer
It’s such an amazing camp. It’s low key enough to make people feel like they belong, no matter their skill level, and has such great structure and such keen coaches - that every athlete will be challenged and inspired to learn. Our family highly recommends the NASC camps! Brad and his team create the type of environment we want for our kids – top-notch athletics, coupled with lots of good, summer fun!
- Tabitha Andersen, Vail Ski Club Parent
Excellent coaches, cover all aspects of technical ski racing. Beautiful wonderland-like campus. Highly recommend for kids from 9 and up.
- Paul Yeh, Parent of Camper / Ski Racer
The NASC camp was such a great adventure for all the campers! The coaching staff is top notch, the training venue and “base camp” were perfect. Tons of fun and very productive all the way around!
- Erik Schlopy, U.S. Ski Team Member & Olympic Bronze Medalist
As a member of the Czech Ski Team, I experienced many organizations and international ski competitions. WithNASC, I saw a different level of preparation and professionalism that fascinated me. Improvement happened naturally as their coaching is based on fundamental development.
- Hana Malotinova, Czech Ski Team
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