MARCH 9-13, 2020


Join CVA's Freeski coach, Casey Davis, at this season's Freeski Winter Camp. Athletes will work on rotations in the air, proper takeoffs on jumps, and have fun exploring their ability on rails to develop new tricks. Time will be dedicated to work on the trampolines, where campers will have the opportunity to develop new rotations and tricks in the air. 

This camp is an excellent opportunity to gain extra training with our full time CVA coach. The objective and philosophy of this winter camp is to act as a bridge for skiers who wish to transition from our CVA Weekend Program to our Academy. For athletes who do not participate in our weekend program, or who are not familiar with CVA, this camp acts as a great introduction to the Big Dog Community.

Athletes should bring their school work during the monitored study hall. They will have time to work on assignments during CVA’s academic time, working independently on their homework from their public school.  


PRICE:   Day camper - $925.    Boarding camper - $1250.

  • Day camper prices include lunch, training and study hall support.
  • Boarding prices include training, study hall support, lodging, and all meals.
  • If you do not have a Sugarloaf pass, you may buy lift tickets for a total of $250 for the 5 day camp. They may be purchased during the registration process and the tickets will be given to you on the first day of the camp
  • Full payment is due upon registration



  • 7:00am - Boarding camper pick-up at Murphy Hall for breakfast at the Capricorn
  • 8:00am - Day camper drop off at the CVA Capricorn
  • 8:15am - Load van, head to mountain, warm-up
  • 8:30am - 11:45 - Morning training
  • 12:00pm - 1:00 - Lunch at CVA Capricorn
  • 12:30pm - 2:15 - Afternoon training
  • 2:30pm - Load vans to CVA academic center if participating in study hall or return home for study session.
  • 2:30pm - 5:00 Monitored study hall
  • 5:00pm - Day camper Parent pick up at Academic center
  • 5:30pm - Boarding camper dinner
  • 6:00pm - 7:30 Evening activity at the AGC

FMI CONTACT CASEY DAVIS 616-502-1268 OR cdavis@gocva.com








Athletes attending our Water Ramp sessions will experience an intense training environment focused towards achieving personal goals. These camps are for the advanced acrobatic athlete and/or experienced freestyle athlete looking to achieve qualifications or setting a course towards the fundamentals that are required while performing invert and off-axis maneuvers. Athletes must be advanced in both Trampoline & Tumbling as well as have TWO competitive ski seasons under their belt to participate.

Athletes will train twice daily on the ramping facility for approximately 1.5 hrs. They will also train on the trampoline twice daily for 1 hour each day. Each session has limited space so please register soon, spaces will fill!

*Athletes MUST have valid USSA membership as of July 1st, 2019 to participate.

Depart CVA Capricorn at 1pm.

Non-skiing activities: Movie and/or bowling trip. Please bring Money for in town shops/movies etc. We often walk into town after ramping each day.


September 20 - September 23, 2019 - This camp is open to Weekend Program, CVA Winter term, and CVA athletes. There are only 4 spots available, register by contacting Nate McKenzie at nmckenzie@gocva.com

September 27 - September 30, 2019 - This camp is open to CVA Winter term and CVA athletes. With only 5 spots available, register by contacting Nate McKenzie at nmckenzie@gocva.com

Age of Campers: 11-17 

Items to Bring/Equipment:

  • 2 pairs of skis - bring 1 or 2 pairs of skis that you will not be using again on snow.
  • Boots that fit well. Your winter boots are fine as the water will not ruin them. Be sure to try them on before camp. Dry them out by removing the liners after camp. Make sure your bindings fit your boots before attending camp. Bindings should have a minimum of 9 DIN. Ski retention is critical while ramping.
  • A shorty wetsuit & insulating layers
  • Life Jacket: water sports type
  • 2 helmets - ski/skate/kayak required
  • Backpack - to take to the ramps each day
  • Water Bottle
  • Mouth Guard
  • Towels

Items to Bring/Personal Items:

  • 2 Sweatpants
  • 2 -3 Bathing suits/board shorts
  • Running Shoes
  • Flip Flops
  • Gym shorts
  • T-shirts
  • Socks
  • Jacket/sweatshirt
  • Raingear
  • Casual clothing
  • Towel - we are required to use our own towels while at the Ramp facility.
  • Sunscreen/toiletries
  • Spending Money for (movies/mini golf, snacks, etc.)$30

FMI: Nate McKenzie at nmckenzie@gocva.com or 207-237-4497




 2020 DATES TBD 

The Airbag Landing is THE new training tool for slopestyle athletes. It allows you to practice your jumps and techniques all year long!

Maximise is a state of the art training facility located just north of Montreal in Quebec, Canada. This camp is for high level jump training. We will focus on off axis single flips as well as double flip variations. Another main focus of this camp will be unnatural spins and off axis maneuvers.

We will leave from the CVA Capricorn by 1pm and return to CVA Capricorn at 8pm. All transportation is $50/one way ($100 round trip) the travel fee can be added during registration. Payment in full upon registration.


September 20 - September 22, 2019 (2 Day bag) $649 

September 27 - September 29, 2019 (2 Day bag) $649 

Age of Camper: 13-17

Daily Schedule: Campers will receive 3 - 2hour bag sessions a day. They will experience an intense training environment focused on achieving the athlete’s personal goals. This camp is for the advanced acrobat athlete and the experienced freestyle athlete looking to achieve qualifications or setting a course towards the fundamentals that are required while performing invert and off access maneuvers. 

Athletes must be advanced in both Trampoline/Tumbling and have two competitive seasons under their belt.

Non-skiing activities: Pool, movie and/or bowling trip. Campers should bring spending money for in town shops/movies/snacks/souvenirs, etc. We often walk into town after Jumping each day.

Confirm transportation needs with Nate McKenzie

FMI: Nate McKenzie at nmckenzie@gocva.com 

Items needed:

  • Your equipment without ANY damages. It will be inspected on site.
  • A copy of your confirmation email
  • Completed Maximise Waiver
  • Passport
  • Canadian Freeski Membership


3197 Carrabassett Drive
Carrabassett Valley, ME 04947


Fax: 207.237.2213
Email: kpunderson@gocva.com