TAS Freeski 21/22 – $925 Ages 8-14
The TAS Freeski Program is an age appropriate advanced-level free skiing program for skiers age 8-14 with a focused on mountain tactics. It is designed for skiers new to racing looking to improve their skiing and train management skills. Emphasis is on the development of skiing fundamentals through directed free skiing.
Days on Snow
Saturdays: January 1st, 8th, 22nd, 29th. February 5th, 12th, 26th. March 5th & 6th. *
*Does not include Fall Camp or Holiday Camp.
Operations will be at all Summit Areas, but primarily Alpental. Weekly emails will be sent detailing plans. Training begins at 8:45 am, lunch with parents is from 11:30-12:30; training ends at 3:00 pm. Times and places are subject to change.
No racing experience is necessary. Athletes must be able to ski all runs at Alpental. Athletes also need the ability to ski terrain with linked, parallel turns. They must be able to load and ride the chairlift without an adult or help from others. They must be able to listen and follow directions from an adult. Athletes must be mature enough to be separated from their parents without anxiety. The focus is on free skiing fundamentals (technique and tactics).
Ski Racing HELMETS are required for all athletes. Skis (any skis will do, but we recommend an 8-13m radius ski that is the same height as the athlete standing in their boots), 3 or 4 buckle ski boots, winter ski clothing, goggles, ski gloves, and a water bottle. We recommend extra goggles and gloves, a snack, or an extra lunch.
Directed Skiing with a Coach.
Registration is limited to 10 athletes, minimum of 7.
Please remember that athletes will not be allowed to ski with TAS until tuition is paid in full.
Reminder: In addition to tuition, there is also a $100 auction commitment. Each family must procure OR spend $100 on goods/services at the annual TAS auction.
Must sign the waiver, handbook, and concussion policy before eligible to participate.
Payment is due at registration.
Payment can also be made via check.
Lift tickets or Summit at Snoqualmie season passes are not included.