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2015-16 Early Bird Snowboard Course Discounts

Book your 2015-16 Pro Ride Course now and take advantage of our early bird discounts on all 4- 12 Week Courses.  Offer valid for freeride, freestyle and snowboard instructor courses between December 2015 - April 2016. 

Snowboard Courses
12 week - $750 off
10 week - $650 off
8 week - $550 off
6 week - $400 off
4 week - $200 off

To Register and take advantage of our Early Bird Offer you can book online Here  

For further information on all 4-12 week courses please visit our courses page

Note: discount is not vaild with any other Pro Ride offer or discount

February First Tracks 2015

With a 6.30am roll-call for our eager campers last sunday, we were first in queue for Whistler's famous First Tracks Experience. The lure of watching the sun rise over on top of Whistler, a buffet breakfast and VIP fresh tracks across the hill had our group more stoked than usual - if that's even possible.

 

By 7.30am we were out of the gondola and feasting on plates of bacon, sausages, eggs, potatoes, french toast, fruit, granola, and muffins. Most of us enjoyed second plates, honestly you'd think we'd never seen food before such was our delight, the fruit loops in particular being a huge hit.
We barely had time for a cup of tea by the time the bells were ringing and it was time to strap in. It was super exciting to hear the patrollers set the bombs off up in the higher Alpine, and we knew it was going to be a good day. A storm had closed off much of the higher elevated runs over the previous days, so anticipation was high that today was going to be the powder day we'd all been waiting for!

More from Jamal, Camp Blog 2014/15 - #2

One month on, and while some things have changed, the snow-based dream chasing remains the same.

We’ve had waves of new Pro riders coming through the house and lots of friends from home visiting, so no one has been short of people to play out with. A few have moved on and are sorely missed already. Calum (no longer taco record holder, but still drinking champion) and The Matrix have just missioned it back to the southern hemisphere to start uni and “get back on the mangle horse”, so I do feel a bit like I’ve been riding with a limb missing lately.

The Pro Ride campers killing it all day everyday in the Terrain Garden!

Epic Snowmobiling day trip for Pro Ride Campers!

The hugely anticipated snowmobiling day trip went down yesterday for our longstay campers, as they ripped around Whistler's beautiful surrounding mountains with our tour guides The Adventure Group based out in Cougar Mountain. Snowmobiling has to be up there as one of the most thrilling activities to experience and it certainly got the adrenaline pumping for our campers yesterday, wizzing around on the scenic cat tracks. Cougar mountain, famous for its diverse terrain, never dissapoints, even in a season like this where the snowfall has been below par. Thanks to our expert guides, our campers were quickly brought up to speed in learning how to maneouvre their snowmobiles, body positioning, turn smoothly and control their speed. 

By the afternoon our crew were riding around like pro's, xgames 2015 snowmobiling longjump here we come?!!

Jamal and his new whip!

"Steep and Deep" - Fresh snow this Week!

Powder hikes, steeps, deep tree runs and sunny park laps were the call of duty this week for our January campers. All thanks to the storm that rolled in last weekend, we were gifted with another 50cm of fresh snow. We couldn't hide the smiles... no matter how much our legs were burning!

Camper Jamal (above) in his natural habitat, hiking up on the Blackcomb Glacier. Below our girl shredders Anny and Amanda put their first tracks down some steep powder-filled tree runs!

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