Tenney Mountain will kick off the start of summer with an On-Snow Big Air Camp on June 21 and 22. The Big Air Camp will be repeated on June 28 and 29. Thanks to Tenney Mountain's new Infinite Crystals snowmaking (ICS) system, the Plymouth, N.H., ski area can now offer skiing and snowboardign that is independent of the summer's warmer temperatures. Each Big Air Camp will consist of Saturday and Sunday morning training sessions on the Glacier, and on Saturday afternoons, there will be a wakeboarding session on nearby Newfound Lake. Sunday afternoons there will be a Big Air contest. Each Day's session begins at 9am and ends at 3pm. Lunch is included for participants, and families are invited to attend the Big Air contest on Sunday afternoon.
Pre-registration for the On-Snow Big Air Camps is suggested, as enrollment is limited. The cost for the two-day camp is $249 per participant; the minimum recommended age is 10 years. To receive a registration form, call or e-mail Tenney Mountain
No this stuff is legit. I just checked tenney's website and they are having the camp on the dates bryan said before. And they are going to allow snowboarders to go to camp. I still don't know anything about just going like you would in the winter
bryan, maby its cuz when u ski u cant see your self so u think your doing better....
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this makes my weener sag... it says on there site that you could have but a season pass for $200 ending may 15, and then they charge $250 for the camp for two days?! Plus they have kids coaching (no offense gallant im sure you are good) i might not go now... unless they have a mad sick hit with at least 2 rails
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well i only wnat to coach beginners to intermediates b/c i love teaching kids and i enjoy watching people progress.. now im no kid im 19 older than most on this site.. but at my home mtn i have taught all the groms how to jump and do certain tricks that they want to learn and after the season of working with them when i had a chance they can do some stylie stuff... i told them its all about style not huck.. sure once you get to the point where you gotta try a new trick then you gotta huck it the first few times to see how it goes then style it out from there..this 10 yr old i got him throwing 3 mutes over wa's 40 ft table.. i think thats pretty sick.. and i just enjoy watching stuff like that go down