2022 Saas-Fee Training Camps
The National Ski Academy is looking forward to returning to our “home away from home” in Saas-Fee, Switzerland and to be able to provide a limited number of opportunities for non-NSA U16 and FIS athletes to participate at our annual training camp. This unique camp is situated in a world class training environment with optimal ski conditions for SL and GS technical training alongside NSA and World Cup athletes. If you have an interest in attending, please confirm early as the camp is always sold out.
Option A: August 14 – 26 $6,085
(w/ flight from Toronto)
Option B: August 14 – September 2 $7,085 (w/ flight from Toronto)
Please join us for this exciting training opportunity and take advantage of:
- Low athlete to coach ratio provided by professional NSA coaching staff under the supervision of NSA Athletic Director Jeff Jones
- 9 days on snow with dedicated lane space for Option A and 13-15 days for Option 2
- Daily video analysis for individual feedback & fitness program
- Camp report/evaluation
- fully-supervised hotel accommodations with three meals daily
- fitness-based outdoor activities including hiking, soccer, volleyball and exploring the spectacular Saas-Fee Valley
As accommodation, flights and coaching staff must be arranged well in advance of the camp, a 50% payment is due at registration with the balance to be paid by August 1.
Simon is home and back to school already, but can’t stop talking about his amazing 2 weeks training with NSA coaches at Saas Fee. Thanks so so so MUCH! He had an amazing time on and off the mountain, and is looking forward to show us his improvement. We are extremely thankful that you accepted him in the camp and coached him these 2 weeks. We also greatly appreciate the care and safety!
I’ve had the opportunity of joining NSA twice in Saas-Fee as well as many times throughout the past two years for races and training opportunities in Canada. Every time I’ve been at the academy as well as with the FIS teams while on the road, all of the teachers, coaches and other staff have done everything they could to help me further my ski racing career; even though I was never actually a student at the school.
This welcoming attitude, along with the stellar training environments that they provide (on and off the hill) are what I think best describes NSA. Not only do they provide students with the best training and schooling to help further their education while pursuing their dreams as athletes; they also make you feel at home. Whether on the other side of the world for a 5 week camp, or simply spending time at the school while away from home; I’ve always felt welcome, and like I had a second family at the National Ski Academy.