2022 Mount Hood Summer Camp


  • Departing June 19skiing June 20 – 25 (6 days on snow)
  • Returning the night of the 25th following training.
  • Van Departure – June 19tth – 8:00 am Sandpoint office, 9:00 am Hayden Super 1, and 10:00 am Spokane Grocery Outlet.
  • Registration Deadline May 15th

Age Eligibility

  • Athletes entering U14 next season and older (YOB – 2010 and older).

Camp Content: 

  • 6-day technique and tactics for GS & SL.


  • Collins Lake Chalets in Government Camp


  • Three meals per day will be provided.  Athletes should bring snacks of their choice and some spending money for our transport to and from camp.
    1. Breakfast served at Timberline prior to skiing
    2. Sack lunch supplies provided by SARS – we make lunches nightly after dinner
    3. Dinner served at Hucks

What to Bring:

  • All SL and GS skis and related equipment
  • Tuning box and equipment (we will have benches, irons, and the ability to help the young ones with ski prep).
  • Dry-land clothing and shoes for afternoon activities & swimsuit
  • Backpack for on the hill with sunscreen, H2O bottles, healthy snacks, rain jacket, and winter clothing.

Mountain Biking:

For those that mountain bike frequently and own a well-maintained bike we will be providing 2-3 advanced afternoon biking sessions in place of dryland.  Those that do not mountain bike will have the opportunity to hike, swim, or play games on those days.  If we have a group that is interested in golfing, coach Chloe can take a group to golf on one of the mountain biking days.

Online Registration:

  • Space is limited – Max 30 athletes
  • Due to non-refundable lodging, registration and a 50% down payment is required prior to May 15th.  An invoice will be sent to those who choose to pay 50% down, with balance due by June 15, 2022
  • Questions? Email jamie@sars.net or call 208.946.7859

Cost: $2,200

Prices for summer training camps at Mt. Hood are extremely high.  The SARS camp prices are break even numbers for SARS.

Costs include transport to/from Mt. Hood, training, lift tickets, lodging, daily transport to/from hill, 7 breakfasts, 7 lunches, and 7 dinners, coaching wage, and coaches expenses.