I'm considering taking a S&D camp at JH the first week in March.
Anyone ever take this course?
Thanks in advance
DO IT! Everyone else in your class will be gassed by the 4th day too. It's not like the instructors are sadistic; they'll dial it back for you and your group if needed. You'll be grouped together with similar skill skiers. Yes, be in shape, but don't let the thought of being tired worry you one bit. I did the camp in 2002 at age 43 and it was a game-changer.
THere is some COrbet's prep involved, since that's on alot of camper's bucket lists. However, Corbets can vary in difficulty on the entrance by a vast amount from day to day, and sometimes it's not even open during the camps.
Go all mountain for the skis, and skip the 115 powder boards unless you're bringing your whole quiver. They'll teach you to carve among other things.
I would bring the 115's and demo the all mountains there.They got 50 inches in 3 days on one of my trips. You would be wanting the big boys if that happens. Just as a note, Corbet's is a feather in the beanie for a lot of folks, but there are far, far better lines to be had within the boundary. I skied Corbet's once as a tourist, but I spent 5 entire winters there skiing with the locals and we never skied it.