PRESS RELEASE Access Camps (formerly known as DVANCE Ltd) has launched a freestyle-only camp in New Zealand to compliment their existing road trip camp. "The freestyle terrain in New Zealand is of such a high standard nowadays and we get so many campers who are mad for freestyle that we decided to offer an exclusively freestyle camp," says Access founder Alain Chuard. Based in Wanaka, the camps will run for one and two week sessions, and will offer such extras as heli-skiing, bungy jumping and sky diving. The camp's terrain includes two superpipes, beginner, intermediate and advanced kicker lines, a huge rail park, a quarterpipe and a wallride. It's shaped daily by the shaper who's responsible for the X-games terrain, so the quality is world-class. When asked why someone should go all the way to New Zealand for a freestyle camp, Alain had the following to say: "Apart from the fact that New Zealand is one of the most incredible places on earth, it happens to have winter when the Northern Hemisphere has summer. This means that unlike most summer camps whose terrain is slushy and wrecked by lunchtime, ours is in good condition all day, thus allowing us to offer full days of coaching and skiing instead of half days typical of most summer camps." Access's New Zealand camps run throughout the month of August. For more information check out http://www.accesscamps.com.