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So, with the cancelled US trip (simply not enough interest to book things this year, it felt like too much of a gamble, sorry, we’ve decided to run 2 weeks of camp back to back from the 30th March in the usual place Morzine in France.

We’ll get the details to returning comrades in a mailout asap, then release info online for new campers, watch this space!


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It’s not too late to get your last fix for the season.
OurCamp freestyle camps are running from Sunday 3rd April for the mixed camp, and Sunday 10th April for the ladies only camp.

Based in Morzine at the Ride & Slide flagship Chalet Guytaune (www.rideslide.co.uk/chalet-guytaune.html) the camps offer a great way of getting in to your freestyle riding or improving if you’re already giving it a go. The aim of the week is for the campers to spend time riding with the pro’s, picking up hints and tips, trying new things, and generally getting you in to your freestyle riding. The coaching is provided from Monday-Saturday inclusive and in addition to riding with the OurCamp pro riders campers will also receive tuition from a current BASI Snowboard trainer with BASI Snowboard level 4 I.S.T.D.

Included in the camp price
•    7 nights luxury accommodation
•    Breakfast, Afternoon tea & cakes
•    Sumptuous 3 course evening meals
•    Complimentary wine
•    6 full days riding with top British pro riders
•    Small group sizes (no more than 6 per pro-rider)
•    6 day lift pass
•    Transfers to/from Geneva airport.

Contact Jon at Ride & Slide using info@rideslide.co.uk for more details.

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Sunday Jan 17th-24th: Mixed camp

Sunday April 4th-11th: Girls camp

Our Camps for next winter are now arranged, running solely with the brilliant Ride and Slide Chalet in Morzine France. We’re so excited to be able to offer our campers exclusive use of the Ride and Slide Chalet for their weeks camp, we’ll be on hand with tips and encouragement pushing all our campers to progress their freestyle skills, not only on the hill but through video analysis and after riding stretch and yoga sessions. This year will be a lot more about riding with the professionals and seeing how they do it, getting inspired to try things you’ve always dreamed of under the watchful eye of someone that has years of professional riding under their belt. Be it tips on trying your first 180 or some advice on how to get started in the world of competition, we are on hand to help, above all, we’re there to have fun and provide you guys with a crew to have a brilliant time with.

Our campers have been returning since the first year we commenced Our Camp, and most have gone on to holiday or go to a snowdome with some of the crew they met on Our Camp.

(We’ve set 2 weeks for the moment, if we get interest we’re going to add another week though, so get mailing!)



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