Blue Angel Snow offers co-ed ski and snowboard camps for kids of all skill levels, ages 7 to 16. Our comprehensive five-Saturday program gives beginner skiers and snowboarders a solid foundation to build upon while intermediate and advanced participants can learn techniques that can help them take their skiing and snowboarding to the next level. Professional ski instructors teach fundamental skills based on industry standards and mountain safety as well as The Skier/Rider Responsibility Code. On-snow coaching groups are age and ability-matched with 10 per instructor.
Next Session: Winter 2022/23
Ski and Snowboard Camps:
• Round-trip luxury bus transportation
• 5 all-day lift tickets
• 5 Saturdays of professional ski instruction or snowboard instruction
• Adult supervision on and off the slopes
• Lunch and snacks
• Discounts on equipment and rental packages
Professional Ski Instruction is provided by a select group of ski and snowboard instructors from Sierra-at-Tahoe and Mountain High. Coaches are each assigned to a class of approximately 10 participants based on age and ability for the 5 camp sessions. We require that participants remain with their instructor at all times; however, the coaches are experienced at finding the right balance between technical instruction, free skiing/riding and fast-paced fun on the slopes to ensure that everyone is having a good time AND learning plenty!
Volunteer chaperones (parents, teachers and recreation leaders) escort participants to and from the resort on our luxury charter motor coaches to ensure a smooth ride, pre-arrival preparation and a good time. Additional support staff and supervisors are also on location at the resort to oversee base facility operations, on-snow group placement and mountain safety. Participants are always under the supervision of volunteer chaperones, resort instructors and/or Blue Angels staff.
Lunch is provided each program day by outside vendors and local restaurants. Snacks and drinks are also provided throughout the day at our slope-side “hydration station”. Participants provide their own snacks for the bus ride, as we do not serve food or drinks on the ride to or from the mountain.