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Win Alpine Race Camps

Win Alpine is a premiere ski team from the lower Michigan area. They are located in Cedar Springs, Michigan, but operate ski camps and attend races all over the nation. The camps focus on a top of the line race environment as well as to enjoy the sport of skiing! 

Please review the different camps below. You can find more information by visiting

THE WIN ALPINE MISSIONTo achieve and maintain the highest quality of coaching, personal attention and guidance for our athletes.

Summer Camp at Mt. Hood

Win Alpine Camp

The Win Alpine Summer Camp at Mt. Hood, Oregon, is a ski training camp geared to keep kids focused on ski racing throughout the summer. Athletes fly out and stay in privately owned rental units along with staff. The camp runs for ten days, with two days of travel and a break in between the week. There is also an extended stay option, which is an extra four days of training on snow. There are two session dates, one in June and another in August. There is a 5:1 racer coach ratio, and each rental has a coach either in the house or in an attached condo room. Meals are provided by a private chef. 

Mt. Hood is the epicenter for ski equipment testing and demoing. Every large ski supplier is present and provides equipment for individuals to demo. Oregon provides a beautiful atmosphere for campers to dryland train. In the afternoons, athletes go hiking, swimming, jogging, and more. Video analysis of training runs is also conducted within skier groups. On days off, the camp goes white water rafting and/or surfing. 

See more about the Win Alpine Summer Camp and find an application on the Win Alpine website.


Thanksgiving Camp at Copper Mountain 

The Win Alpine Thanksgiving camp at Copper Mountain is an intensive ski training camp that is designed to get athletes on snow at the very start of the season. The camp runs for 8 days long with two days of travel. Athletes fly out and stay at the base of the mountain in condominiums. This camp also has the option of day campers and and extended camp. The Thanksgiving camp is designed with two, 2.5 hour sessions, one in the morning and another after lunch. Breakfast buffet is provided by Copper Mountain, while lunch and dinner is prepared by a private chef. 

In the evenings atheletes participate in dryland practices or cool-down workouts to help the campers recover. Video analysis of training runs is also conducted within skier groups. On Thanksgiving day, campers will go to the movies or shopping in Breckenridge. 

See more about the Win Alpine Thanksgiving Camp on the Win Alpine website


Christmas Camp at Schuss Mountain

The Win Alpine Christmas camp is located at the Schuss and Summit Mountains. They stay on the lodging on hill. Three meals a day are provided by Shanty Creek: hot breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

The Win Alpine mission is to obtain the highest quality coaching staff, to create personal training in a productive environment for athletes via prime training arenas, less crowding, hands on dry land, awesome lodging, constant coaching and video.

Some activities include tubing, winter volleyball, winter soccer, broomball, snowshoe races, hot tubbing, and swimming. 


If you have any questions about the camps, you can email or call Scott Winquist, the program director at 616-490-2656 or Analicia at 248-496-2474.


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