Evolve Chile Ski Camp and Snowboard Camp is designed for youth skiers and snowboarders who want to improve their overall abilities. Our camp is geared for intermediate to advanced riders. Skiing and snowboarding is broken up into three areas at Evolve Chile – Freestyle Camp, Big Mountain and Freeride Camp. You can choose to ski or snowboard in any or all areas offered.
Our South America Ski and Snowboard Sessions begin with Evolve Chile coaches evaluating your skill level. Our Ski and Snowboard Coaches then use their assessment and your individual interests to establish goals and develop a personalized program to achieve those goals.
Our coaching philosophy is Challenge by Choice. We don’t force you to do anything you’re not comfortable doing. We put the challenge on the table, its there for the taking!
Big Mountain Skiing and Snowboarding at Evolve Chile
While other camps offer spring conditions, Evolve Chile Ski and Snowboard Camp gives you fresh, cold powder sessions in July and August! Although we cannot guarantee fresh pow every day, we can guarantee the most diverse terrain in all of South America. Come Ski Chile with Evolve!
Every camp session happens mid winter in Chile, making for more than just terrain park riding and feature hiking. Our terrain is suited for skiers and snowboarders of all riding abilities. Evolve Chile ski and snowboard coaches will introduce you to a variety of natural features like tree riding and big-mountain lines. We love booters too! Our coaches team up with campers to build and train on the homemade jumps of your dreams.
Everyone in the Evolve Chile family is required to wear avalanche beacons, helmets and campers are trained on basic avalanche backcountry safety skills – running rescue drills and practicing scenarios. You won’t find this in North America during summer.
Freeriding and daily Coaching
One of the main goals at Evolve Chile is to ensure every camper, no matter the skill level, goes home improved and/or having learned something new. No matter how good you are, you can always learn and progress. Every morning, unless it’s a powder day, our coaches take individual groups into the open terrain to work on technique, jump and skill development. School’s out in the afternoons. Coaches and campers break up into groups and choose whether they want to hit the park or keep hitting the mountain. Groups are divided and always supervised by our coaches. Campers are never allowed to ski or snowboard alone and backcountry is not permitted. The freeride sessions allow campers to explore the mountain with their coaches and use the time shredding wherever or however they like.