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Ability improvement program in Utah

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I've been out skiing Snowbird the past couple days and I'm unable to take the steeper stuff with any grace or confidence. It seems to me (with evidence from 3dskimaps) that a blue run at the Bird is about as steep as an advanced run back where I've done most of my skiing in the past. I'm gonna keep going and practicing and having a good time, but I want to improve and I'm looking to ski ~70 days this winter to do that.

Can anyone recommend cost-effective (read: cheap, but good) lesson programs or camps in Utah? Location is not important as I lucked into a Utah Silver Pass, but my costs are adding up so substantially that I don't think I'll be able to afford privates. So far it seems like Alta has the best deals with their group lessons. I'm also interested in their "Jumpstart Your Groove" camp. Does anyone have experience with that one? Do any of the other Wasatch areas have things I'm missing?

Thanks!
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My roomate is one of the coaches in that clinic and it's awesome. Eric, Robbe and Connie do a great job with it. They are three of the best, fun, laid back teachers on the staff, but also really know their stuff when it comes to skiing.

Go for it!
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