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Kim will challenge and teach at the same time. Skiing is once again exciting, not just a way to pass the day.
-Ted Williams



Ski Alta

Top of Mt. Collins Alta ski mountain

Alta Steep Skiing Camps

Date: February 3-6, 2014 and February 9-12, 2014.

If you have skied Alta before you don’t have to be told how great it is. Hands-down one of the best ski resorts in the country. With access to Snowbird through Mineral Basin or over the Keyhole, the Alta ski experience doesn’t get any better. Kim has had a love affair with Alta since her big mountain free-skiing days, when she trained at Alta for competitions. Steep Skiing Camps were created for clients who wanted to take an Alaska Heli Skiing adventure and a Portillo Ski trip. This is the perfect training ground for skiers who really want to take it to the next level.

Guided skiing and instruction from Kim Reichhelm and Greg Harms plus two Alta ski patrol escorts make this Steep Camp unique. It is limited to 12 expert skiers willing to ski Alta including traversing and hiking to reach the best snow and terrain. Focus is on improving technique on steep slopes, tight trees, powder, and crud. Days start early, sometimes an hour before the lifts open to the public, and go all day with a nice break for lunch. Hiking Baldy, Devils Castle, snow cat skiing off the top of Superior and trips to Snowbird are all a part of the Ski with Kim experience in Alta. Apres ski in the beautiful Rustler Bar allows us to watch our daily videos, discuss equipment and talk about future ski trips around the world.

Group Ski Alta UT Background:

Known for deep powder and superb terrain, Alta is a mountain with soul and then some. The resort caters solely to skiers, with a vertical drop of 2,020 feet and 2,200 skiable acres. Alta is the ultimate skiing experience with advanced terrain throughout its snow-peppered mountains, including the legendary High Rustler. Noted for some of the best and most consistent snow conditions in the world, each year Alta receives over 500 inches of snow with depths up to 15 feet in the spring. The resort has 11 lifts and 54+ runs and promises beautiful scenery and panoramic views from its slopes.

Accommodations:

Our host hotel is Alta’s Rustler Lodge, Alta’s finest ski-in ski-out mountain lodge. When you stay at the Rustler you’ll experience a cozy atmosphere with superb services and amenities. The Rustler Lodge dining room is known for fine dining, unmatched elegance and magnificent views. Additional amenities include a fitness room, outdoor heated pool and Jacuzzi, a eucalyptus steam room and full spa services. Make your reservations directly with the Rustler by calling 888-532-2582. Please tell them you are a “Ski with Kim” participant.

Getting there:

Alta is located just 25 miles southeast of Salt Lake City at the top of Little Cottonwood Canyon. It’s only 45 minutes from Salt Lake Airport (SLC) and direct flights from most major cities could have you enjoying Alta the day you arrive.


Alta Steep Skiing Camp

This Alta Steep Skiing Camp is for expert skiers only. The group will ski all of Alta including chutes, tight trees, steeps, bumps, crud and powder. Participants should expect to traverse, sidestep and hike to access the best snow. The pace will be fast. If you can’t ski at this level we suggest you attend the camp February 10-13.

alta ski area Date(s):

  1. February 3-6, 2014.

Type: Steep Skiing Camps.
For: Coed.
Difficulty Level: Expert.
Includes:

  • Welcome reception
  • 4 day lift tickets
  • 4 Lunches
  • 4 day clinic video review
  • Apres ski parties
  • Product demos
  • Host Shop
  • Gift bag

Cost: $2,300 (No Lifts – $1,990).

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Alta Steep Skiing Camp

This Alta Steep Skiing Camp is for advanced intermediate to expert skiers. The group will ski most of Alta including tight trees, steeps, bumps crud and powder. Participants should expect to traverse and sidestep to access the best snow. You must be comfortable on black runs and easy bumps and have the desire to challenge yourself in order to fit in with this group.

alta ski area Date(s):

  1. February 9-12, 2014.

Type: Steep Skiing Camps.
For: Coed.
Difficulty Level: Adv Intermediate – Expert.
Includes:

  • Welcome reception
  • 4 day lift tickets
  • 4 Lunches
  • 4 day clinic video review
  • Apres ski parties
  • Product demos
  • Host Shop
  • Gift bag

Cost: $2,300 (No Lifts – $1,990).

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What are other Skiers Saying?

Brenda TanabaumName: Brenda Tanabaum.
Age: 40.
Ability: Advanced.
Places Skied: Alta, Vail, Aspen, Zermatt, Portillo.
Trips with Kim: 10+ trips.

In their Words:
“Every time I ski with Kim I realize how extraordinary she is. Kim has the ability to challenge her guests to help them reach their full potential in an atmosphere that is truly above and beyond what you would expect. Whether you are skiing in Vail, Alta or Portillo, you will have an experience like none other. Kim’s reputation in the ski industry speaks for itself as you will have the “red carpet” rolled out for you on each and every trip. Every skier who is passionate about skiing should spend a week skiing with Kim! ”

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