In addition to SARS winter programs, we provide optional race training camps in the summer and fall for the highly competitive and goal-oriented athlete seeking more on hill time. The summer camps are typically geared more towards technical skill development while camps in the fall intend to prepare the athlete for the competition season.

Specific details for the individual camps such as camp content and age eligible athletes can be found below. For those seeking any additional information or have a specific question about one of the SARS camps, please reach out to one of the SARS head coaches.

Summer Camp

2020 Mt. Hood Summer Camp


Presented by Schweitzer Alpine Racing School (SARS)


  • Option 1  – ______ Full Camp (transport to/from Mt. Hood, training, lift tickets, lodging, daily transport to/from hill, 6 breakfasts, 5 lunches, and 5 dinners)
  • Option 2  – ______ Drop-in Camp (daily transport to/from hill, training, lift tickets, and 6 breakfasts)


Masters Summer Camp

2020 Masters Mount Hood Summer Camp

Presented by Schweitzer Alpine Racing School (SARS)


  • 2020 Masters summer camp announcement
  • Dates: _______________
  • Technical and Tactical Fundamentals of Giant Slalom and Slalom.  Emphasis on Stance, Balance, Movement Patterns, Turn Initiation, and Turn Transition.  Including race prep for Masters Summer Nationals.
  • Coaches: SARS FIS coach Christ Acosta and SARS alumn and UNM athlete Courtney Altringer
  • Open to SARS and Non-SARS Masters athletes 
  • Cost: _____ – Includes 2 days of GS and 2 days of Slalom, coaching with video and timing, lift tickets, lane space, salt, gate breakage, coaching fees, coach lodging, and coach travel expenses.  Does not include: housing, meals or transportation

2019 Fall Camp

2019 Fall Camp

Presented by Schweitzer Alpine Racing School (SARS)

This year’s Fall Camps will once again be held at Panorama Mountain Resort in British Columbia. SARS fall training camps are open to athletes born in 2010 and older (from second year U10 athletes to FIS athletes).

  • Fall Camp #1 Registration is closed and camp is full. 
  • Fall Camp #2 will be held from December 5th (departure) to either December 8th (for the 3-day option) or December 10th (for the 5-day option).
  • Camp #2 is open only to U14 and older athletes, and it is strongly recommended that athletes participating in Camp #2 have also participated in Camp #1.

More information about the camps can be found on the Fall Camp Announcements. Please read these carefully before registering your athlete.

Follow the links below to register for 2019 Fall Camps.

Fall Camp #1 Registration

Fall Camp #2 Registration

2019 Holiday Camps

2019 Holiday Camps

Presented by Schweitzer Alpine Racing School (SARS)


For skiers 11 and under the YSL and STARS camp provide a week of top level instruction culminating in a day of racing gates ($199). Families can sign up for this camp without committing to the rest of the season of ski racing instruction.  For the camp only, select “YSL and STARS Holiday camp” in the “YSL Athlete programs” section of the registration form linked below.

Register for YSL Holiday Camp


For freeriders who are 12 and older SARS offers a three day camp that focuses on the core skills for off-piste, all-mountain skiing ($120).  For the camp only, select “Junior Freeride Holiday Camp” in the “Freeride Athlete Program” section of the registration form linked below.

Register for the Freeride Holiday Camp


For the parents among us, SARS offers four half-days of all-mountain, giant slalom, and slalom training to help get your ski legs under you for the season ($140)! If you’re only at Schweitzer for the holidays, this is a great way to enjoy top-notch instruction and make some new friends!

Register for the Masters Holiday Camp