$450 per week
Participants must have a USSA general membership ($25)
1:5 coach to athlete ratio
Camps are open to anyone, regardless of whether or not they are currently registered as a SVSEF athlete. If a participant is not yet registered with SVSEF, they may sign up through the same link above.
Skateboard, inline skates or scooter
Bike (must be able to ride from Elkhorn to Ketchum)
Freeski Travel Head Coach
Certifications: USASA 100, 200, First Aid+CPR, Trampoline Level 400
Tyler started his skiing journey in 1999, competing in slopestyle, big air and rail jam events. This led to specializing in slopestyle and halfpipe as a freeski coach. Tyler worked as the head coach for Tahoe Freeride, and as head coach and assistant program manager for Team Breckenridge Sports Club. His coaching adventures also led him to work at Woodward. As a Woodward coach, he refined his skills on all things extreme sports, specializing in trick progressions and techniques to help athletes reach their goals. His objective in coaching is to make sure that skiing continues to be fun and is a lifelong activity. He likes to continue to push what is possible in skiing, and he loves to ski.
Freeski Progression Head Coach
Certifications: USSA Level 100 Aerials, PSIA Level 1 and PSIA Children Specialist 1
B.S. Movement Studies, Washington State University
M.S. Sport and Leisure Science – Sport Psychology, University of Idaho
Gui has worked extensively with athletes in developing skiing and riding skills both on snow and indoors. A freeski coach for Woodward Copper from 2012-2018 and for Hawks Freeride/Team Breckenridge from 2015-2018, Gui has experience training athletes on aerial maneuvers in a progressive and safe manner.
“I truly enjoying aiding in the development of athletes both on and off the hill. Shaping kids into highly functioning adults is what I pride myself on.”