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Kids Race Camp Arosa Lenzerheide

With Stefan Rogentin and Gilles Roulin

March 20th to 22nd 2020

During two days, children aged 8 - 14 years work on their technique to become ski racers.
They learn from the professionals themselves and receive tips directly from the slope. A varied supporting programme and a final fun race round off the camp with Stefan Rogentin and Gilles Roulin.

Programme Kids Race Camp

20. to 22. March 2020

Day Time Activity
Friday, 20.03.20 06.30 pm Arrival & Welcome at youth hostel Valbella
  07.00 pm Common dinner with meet & greet with Gilles and Stefan
  10.00 pm Night's rest
Saturday, 21.03.20 08.00 am Common breakfast
  08.45 - 11.30 am Training 1: Free skiing in the snow sports area Arosa Lenzerheide, group assigning into Intermediate und Advance
  11.30 - 12.30 am Common lunch at the mountain restaurant Scharmoin
  12.30 am - 04.00 pm Training 2: Free skiing in the snow sports area Arosa Lenzerheide, group assigning into Intermediate und Advance
  04.00 - 06.30 pm Break
  06.30 - 07.30 pm Dinner
  07.30 - 09.30 pm Evening programme (Games, home cinema)
  10.00 pm Night's rest
Sunday, 22.03.20 08.00 am Common breakfast
  08.45 - 11.30 am Training on race course
  11.30 - 12.30 am Lunch at mountain restaurant Avant Clavo
  12.30 am - 03.00 pm Fun race on the race course Pedra Grossa with timing (2 runs)
  03.30 pm Award ceremony at the youth hostel Valbella
  04.00 pm Farewell at the youth hostel Valbella

 

Programme Fun Race

Sunday, March 22nd 2020

Time Activity
09.00 - 11.30 am Open Training on race course Pedra Grossa
11.30 - 12.30 am Lunch at mountain restaurant Avant Clavo
12.30 am - 01.00 pm Course inspection Pedra Grossa
01.00 - 01.15 pm Short break, meeting at start
01.15 - 01.30 pm 1st Run Intermediate
01.30 - 01.45 pm 1st Run Advance
01.45 - 02.00 pm Short break, meeting at start
02.00 - 02.00 pm 2nd Run Intermediate
02.15 - 02.30 pm 2nd Run Advance
02.30 - 03.30 pm Return together to youth hostel Valbella, short break
03.30 - 04.00 pm Award ceremony at the youth hostel Valbella and following farewell

 

Important Information

Kids (f/m) at the age of 8 up to 14. 

The group of the camp will be divided into two levels. Participants will master the basics of skiing and bring their first experiences in ski racing with them. The following two training groups will be formed:

  • Intermediate: The participants ski red marked slopes in parallel turns and have already taken part in first fun races.
  • Advane: The participants are used to riding courses, like speed and are already actively ski racing.

 

  • With overnight and ski ticket: CHF 349.00
  • Without overnight, with ski ticket: CHF 198.00Ohne Übernachtung, mit Skiticket: CHF 198.00
  • Without overnight, without ski ticket: CHF 149.00

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Please note: The professional coaching on Saturday and Sunday, lunch meals, snacks and a gift bag are included in the costs. 

Youth hostel Valbella (> more information)

Ski equipment

  • Skis (GS)
  • Helmet (mandatory)
  • Ski stick
  • Gloves
  • Ski goggles
  • Protectors (optional)
  • Ski apparel

Further equipement:

  • Sun glasses and sunscreen
  • If necessary: mobile phone
  • Wallet with cash, emergency contact and identity card
  • Thermo underwear
  • Warme clothes
  • Sport clothes
  • Slippers
  • Terry towel
  • Sewing bag with sanitary articles
  • Medicine
  • If necessary: games

Why do our ambassadors organise the Kids Race Camp Arosa Lenzerheide?

Gilles Roulin

«The versatile and great experiences that I was able to gain on the Lenzerheide ski slopes enabled me to pursue and ultimately realise my dream of becoming a ski racer.
My greatest motivation is to share this joy and enthusiasm for skiing on the best slopes in the world with a new generation of racers and to spend a great time with the kids.»

More about Gilles

Stefan Rogentin

«With the Kids Race Camp we would like to promote the joy and enthusiasm of alpine skiing in the first place.
The aim is to support the cracks of tomorrow, to give them useful tips and tricks to motivate them to top performance.»

More about Stefan

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