NASC is for everyone! Its a ski camp with a twist. The only requirement is that you love to ski! All ages and levels can come to NASC. We use gates and our wave track to help facilitate fun and skill development for all skiers.
Our camps provide ski warm up followed by stance, skills work and free skiing mixed with gate drills and courses. This proven format allows the racers to simultaneously work on fundamental skill development, modern racing tactics and strategies on each run. Each evening ski groups meet with their coaches for a video movement analysis. This process provides NASC athletes with a model and a solid understanding of what to practice during the next morning’s warm-up time.
Each day of training, NASC campers participate in several aspects of ski training. Our gate progressions (of graduating difficulty) and athlete-centered methodology allow the NASC athletes to develop skills and confidence while having fun and running lots of gates.
NASC understands that being a ski racer and having the skills and knowledge to coach are two different paths. We hire only the best and our philosophy is safety, fun and learning…in that order.
FOUR MAJOR COMPONENTS THAT SEPARATE NASC FROM THE OTHER CAMPS
1. NASC has a low athlete-to-coach ratio. Ratio 6-1 allows the coaches effectively address the individual needs of each athlete. Using athlete centered coaching the coaches can quickly access the athletes motivation, level of understanding, movements and equipment. Our coaches then custom tailor a ski training plan targeted at their specific level to facilitate proper changes for each athlete. NASC coaches are USSA/PSIA trained on modern teaching methodology and are not just retired ski racers that do not necessarily know how to coach or teach.
2. NASC in conjunction with the Timberline snow cat operators builds a custom wave track each summer that helps facilitate proper movement patterns for running GS and Slalom courses. NASC is the only camp that invests the time and money to do this because NASC coaches have the understanding of the modern teaching methodology. We understand how utilize terrain to build modern offensive/ attacking movement patterns to facilitate modern movements skill development.
Our camp in Ausria also provides wave track training.
3.NASC coaches understand the importance of cross training to build confidence and balance needed to improve fundamental skill development and use fun adventure after ski activities to do this. NASC athletes go rock climbing, wind surfing, mountain biking, white water rafting, play field sports, golf and hiking for recovery, re-generation and fun!
4. NASC CAMPUS. For summer camps NASC owns two acres of river front property on the Salmon river at the Salmon River Reserve. This is where our lodging is located and many of our after-ski activities take place. The NASC campus is private, safe, secluded, and in harmony with nature, next to a 27 hole golf course in Welches, Oregon our campus is second to none. For the fall camp at Copper Mountain NASC secures our own set of condos at the Copper Mountain Inn, slope side (ski in -ski out ) with a private tuning room in the heated garage
SUMMER MT. HOOD OREGON CAMPS (June 11-August 11)
NASC offers six summer ski sessions with both GS and Slalom training included choice of the all inclusive “Full program” or the “Day Camp” where athletes provide their own lodging and food. NASC also has specialty camps to focus only on GS training or concentrate only on Slalom. The specialty mini camps provide a shorter lower priced option and is also available in both the “Full program” or the “Day camp” NASC offers a variety of sessions dates with a variety of length of time and prices. Each summer, the 1st session begins on June 11 and the last session session 6 ends on August 11 giving campers lots of choices to fit into summer schedules and budgets. We ski in the mornings and in the afternoons we do really cool Summer activities like windsurfing, whitewater rafting, mountain biking, rock climbing, rollerblade hockey and swimming. The NASC campus is located in Welches at the Salmon River Reserve a two acre river from property located next to a 27 hole golf course and just 10 miles from the ski area. This campus is amazing, no other camp even comes close to providing a safe, secure and beautiful place to eat sleep, train and relax after skiing and running gates each morning.
FALL COPPER MOUNTAIN COLORADO CAMP (11/18-11/25, 2017)
NASC offers this 8 day camp during the Thanksgiving week at Copper Mountain in Colorado including comprehensive race training focusing on both GS and Slalom gate training and much more. The camp is based in the Center Village at Copper mountain featuring slopeside (ski in-ski out) condos at the Copper Mountain Inn with a private heated tuning area and a health club with pool, hot tubs and weights for work out and recovery after skiing each day. This camp is very popular and always fills to capacity, register early to secure your spot in this early season training to get the edge on your competition. Registration deadline is October 1.
i-NASC AUSTRIA- HINTERTUX CAMP (October 20-30) Super G training
This all inclusive 10 day session is conducted on the Zillertal, Gacier in Austria and good race training snow conditions are guaranteed because of the Glacier at Hintertux ski resort. The training includes both tech and speed ( GS, Slalom and Super G training ) This camp is a must for the serious racer that need to get time in the gates and a jump start on their competition. Space is limited to 20 athletes and the reservation deadline is August 1
All the gates you can run. Teams can build their own program, choose from our menu of items to build your own price.
Menu items include:
- After-ski activities