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What to Expect

A jump start to your season

Exceptionally groomed trails renowned for early season skiing and training.


Early season conditions

Even though our camps are known for early season natural snow, you should be prepared for: 

  • Grooming variability - unsettled and new snow pack can make grooming perfection a challenge. 

  • Possible low snow conditions or trail closures.

  • Potential to upload/download gondola to access the best upper mountain snow.


Partner trail networks
  • Trails are open to the public with lots of space for everyone.

  • Some SilverStar trails cross over alpine terrain once alpine skiing is open (planned for early December). 

  • Special events or conditions may lead us to host some camps at only one facility.

  • Want to alpine ski? Typically this opens the first week of December.


  • Highly skilled, qualified and knowledgeable.

  • Ready to support your ski development goals through on snow technique demonstration and feedback and off-snow video review and analysis.

  • Certified through Nordiq Canada, CANSI, or both.


The Details and the Extras
  • The charming SilverStar village has shops, restaurants, amenities and accommodation. Our camps operate in a quiet time before the bustle of the season begins.

  • We use a shuttle service to transport you to and from Sovereign Lake on days when we ski there. This is not available at other times.

  • Hearty lunches are included with your camp, within your declared dietary restrictions.

  • We’re still finalizing the details, and will have lots of extras for you to opt-in or out of during your camp. These could include: a social, wax clinic, nutrition presentation, celebrity appearance and ski with National Team athletes, yoga, evening ski. 

  • Check out our sample camp schedules for a daily breakdown.

  • We’ll communicate by email one month, two weeks, and the day before your camp begins.

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