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Mogul Camps

post #1 of 6
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Anyone going to / have gone to any of these camps?

Any comments appreciated

Location: Winter Park, Colo.
Dates: Jan. 2325, Feb. 1113, and March 68
Price: $499
Contact: 303-316-1658; www.skiwinterpark.com
Join Colorado’s mogul guru Bob Barnes and learn to ski some of the country’s best bumps. The package includes discounted lift tickets, 6-hour daily coaching, an indoor training session, stance and equipment evaluation, new equipment demo, and video analysis. Level blue and above. Afraid your legs can’t take a three-day session? Try neighbor Mary Jane’s one-day mini-Bump Jams taught by Bob. The $95 price includes everything the bigger session offers (dates: Jan. 17, 27, Feb. 14, 24, March 7).

Location: Winter Park, Colo.
Dates: Jan. 31Feb. 1, Feb. 28March 1
Price: $420 (includes lift tickets)
Contact: 303-589-4032; www.mogullogic.com
Winter Park/Mary Jane has some of the most challenging mogul terrain anywhere, along with some of the best bump-busters around. Mogul Logic leaves less to chance and more to certainty with a software and video analysis that evaluates every movement of your mogul skiing. Pay heed to the warning on their website: Skiing with proper mogul technique may seriously decrease your desire to do anything else in life!

Location: Sugarbush, Vt.
Dates: April 56
Price: $275
Contact: 802-249-3879; www.sugarbush.com
Back by popular demand, Mogul Logic’s Eastern version is taught by David Babic. You’ll get the same cutting edge analysis but with the addition of a specifically designed jump area to practice your aerial chops under the watchful eye of David and his team. So take your moves up a notch this spring. Does not include lift tickets.
post #2 of 6
Did the Mogul Logic camp at the Jane last year. I'll be there at the end of the month It's the only camp I've been to so can't compare to anything but I'd mosdef recommend it. Two days, two groups, two coaches. The coaches switched groups on the second day.

Last year I think we had nine in a group. Most of the students had been to many other ML camps and said that was unusually large.

For a first timer the camp was very technically informative and just a ton of fun.
post #3 of 6
Oh, i wish I could do it! Ill be flying into Denver on the 14th of February for a week, leaving on the 21st, so I couldn't make any listed. Is this a full list of them?
post #4 of 6
I'd recommend both Winter Park camps you mentioned. (Incidentally, the "Bob Barnes" of "Bob's Mogul Camp" is not me! He's Bob Barnes, the Ski School Director at Winter Park/Mary Jane, a fine bump skier, and a great clinician--featured last season in Ski or Skiing or something.)

I'd also look into Steve Karp's program at Copper Mountain. I don't recall the name, but Steve (former pro bump competitor and certified instructor) has been refining this program for several years, and it gets rave reviews.

There are others!

Best regards,
post #5 of 6
Thank you, i'll look into the copper mountain Bump Busters and maybe Tree Busters while I'm out there. I love to ski both, but know the benefits of a good clinic. With so much time skiing the south East in the past 4 years, a clinic would be a good wake up for rusty skills.
post #6 of 6
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bump busters at Copper

i did the bump busters at copper and highly recomend it!!

some of the seaon pass people take it 5-10 times during the season as it is very good.

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