Fun, friendships, being a good sport, hard work, and skiing as fast as humanly possible.

october CAMP

Hintertux austria, Ocotber 6-12 / 13-19 / 20-26 / 27-2 November


These are our first camps of the new winter season on winter snow. Vast empty pistes, great coaching, guaranteed snow and lots of fun with your peers. Having run camps in Hintertux for over 15 years, ATC has built up great relationships in the resort and can access many pistes and facilities not available to other teams. We have a great hotel setup in the four star Jakober hotel which is right by the bus pick up point. These camps are during the school holidays and are available from age 9 and above.

Christmas New Year

ATC Base Steinach Austria, December 15 - January 6

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This camp is based at ATC's Racing Academy near Innsbruck, Austria. The resort of Bergeralm is one of the best race training venues in Austria and ATC takes full advantage of the great piste preparation. Night training, snow-making, and only a 100m walk to the lift station.  

29 - 30 December ATC Champs
2 - 6 January Ambition races / SLx2 GSx2
6 - 9 January Evo races Speed Series / SG SL COM

Welsh Championships


Champery Switzerland, 19-26 January 

ATC will be attending the Welsh Championships and offering a camp from 19 - 26 January. Contact us if you woud like race support or would like more information on the full camp. 

Bormio English Championships

Bormio Italy, 9-16 / 16-23 February

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Bormio is super fun! Both racers and parents enjoy the atmosphere and the competitions.  We encourage families to attend if possible and of course we recommend training the week before the races. We will be staying at the Hotel Funivia, this year which is right at the bottom of the Stelvio race piste and 100m walk from the gondola. 

9 - 16 February
16 - 23 February

British Championships

Tignes France, March 30 - 13 April 

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The National Championships sees best of the best in the nation competing for top spot.  Our training week involves lots of training with timing on a private piste away from all distractions, so racers can focus on what they need to succeed.  Race week is all about supporting the athletes to do their best and enjoy the experience. The U12s will also have a significant amount of training during the race week. 

These races are a cornerstone to National Team selection and for nomination to race on the international races.  Ahead of this event, U14 and U16 racers must meet the entry requirements - under 400 BASS points ahead of this event. There is no qualification requirement for U10 and U12 so this is a fun race series for first timers and a competitive race for more experienced racers. 

spring Camp

Hintertux Austria 13 - 20 April

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Enjoy great snow conditions, spring weather, and empty pistes. The training is focussed on building fundamental skills for long term development.  This is the time of the year to forget the timer, have fun and work on technique and equipment changes for the new season ahead.  

Cairngorm Camps

Scotland february and April 


Home sweet home! If the snow gods are good to us, we will take advantage of the extra training we can get back at base in Scotland - improving young racers' core skills through activities that involve good balance, coordination and timing.   Camp focus: getting faster through the gates!

11 -18 February
15 - 19 April 

Summer Camp - Fonna Norway 2019

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We had an amazing three weeks of training in Norway this summer with blue skies and fabulous snow conditions. Planning is already underway for 2019. Space will again be limited to only 21 racers per week (Team ATC racers and those who would like to come for two weeks will have booking priority). 

Dates for 2019 are as follows: 
22 - 29 June
29 - 6 July
6 - 13 July
13 - 20 July


Summer 2019 


Our indoor camps are full-on and action packed.  Racers will experience accelerated learning by practice and repetition in great conditions. The hard surface enables athletes to more confidently change and develop their position and technique more confidently. The weather is always perfect, and we can ski hard for two sessions a day maximising our training time.