Hit the Park & Pipe: I Ride Park City Freestyle Camps
Headed to Park City with kids ages 11-15 who are looking to conquer the terrain parks or halfpipe? Park City Mountain Resort has the perfect camp for them – “I Ride Park City” Freestyle camp.
Our three girls tried the camp when they first offered it, and have been talking about it ever since. They were already fairly accomplished skiers, who had already graduated from the awesome Park City Mountain Ski School program. Looking for some time away from their parents and a way to learn some new tricks, this camp was the perfect fit.
The kids are equipped with a GoPro to take a video of their progress, which gets pulled together by the kids in the video editing lab. The three-day camp ends with a party and a video reveal, along with a little swag. The girls had a great time, met some new kids, felt more comfortable in the terrain park, and have an awesome video clip from their vacation. Check out the awesome camp video here. Despite a few falls here and there, all had a great time and can't wait to try it again. What more could we ask for?
If you aren't on vacation, but live in Park City or nearby and are on "staycation," what better way to get your kids involved in something fun during their days off? Sessions fill up, so reserve your spot today!
Who: Skiers and Snowboarders, ages 11-15, Intermediate level and above
- When: March 11-13, March 18-20, March 25-27, April 1-3
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