Spring skiing in the Cascades is about as good as it gets. Long days, warmer temperatures, decreased hazards and great snow. Diurnal melt/freeze snow conditions, other wise known as CORN snow, is the best kind of snow we get in the Bend area. Consistent, smooth, edgable. It allows skiers to go beyond their comfort zone in terms of increased pitch and challenges you cardiovascularly because you can tackle longer runs.
Along with Three Sister Backcountry, this corn camp will be three full days in the wilderness, and two nights at the Yurts at the base of the Tam Mcarthur Rim. Breakfast, Dinner and beer will be provided in this camp.
Instruction includes: Steep skiing technique, ice axe and crampon skills, and general mountaineering skills. This camp is designed to challenge skier/riders already familiar with backcountry skiing.
Camp will be taught by David Marchi, owner of Crow’s Feet Commons, Jonas Tarlan, owner of Three Sisters Backcountry and Gabe Kohler, avalanche instructor/guide for Three Sisters Backcountry.
Camp is limited to 12 participants and reservations will be held for people who deposit to the Ticket URL provided.
$650.00. Price includes breakfast, dinner, beer, transportation, lodging and guiding. For more information contact:
David Marchi: 530-859-1245
or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org