There are up to 20 weeks available on our FIS programme with a possible 30 FIS starts. Wether you are at university, still attending school or a racer who needs an extra camp to fill a gap in your programme ATC can tailor training, coaching and support to suit your needs. We have a fantastic team of coaches with a great deal of experience at all levels of racing including Sean Langmuir, Adam Piper, Andy Freshwater and Meghan Costello.
Winter FIS Camps
Wittenburg Snow Dome Germany - September October
Hintertux Austria - October 12 to November 2
La Thuile Italy - December 21 January 8 including FIS racing
Champery Switzerland - January 18 to 25 including FIS racing
Bormio Italy - February 8 to 22 including FIS racing
Tignes France - March 21 to 28 including FIS racing
France Italy - March 28 April 10 including FIS racing
Scotland - April 16 - 19 including FIS racing
Hamburg Germany SLalom Camps
Landgraaf / Hamburg indoor camps accelerate learning by increased repetition on hard water-injected snow. Quality slalom training in a stable environment with great coaching. We are running several mini camps from Thursday to Sunday during August and September. Contact us for dates and prices for these camps.
Hintertux Austria FIS Camp
Hintertux Austria October 12-19 / 19-26 / 26-2 November 2019 (3-weeks offered)
As in previous years we will be running our pre season FIS camp in Hintertux Austria. With 20 years of experience running camp in Hintertux we have access to the best areas and slopes to train on and recieve great service from the mountain staff. Hintertux uplift is reliable and fast so there are no stormed-off days and we get better mileage meaning faster progress to faster turns!
La Thuile Italy and Anglo Scottish FIS
December 21 January 8 La Thuile ITALY
This year the Christmas and New Year FIS training and racing will be taking place in the Italian resort of La Thuile which is a regular venue on the WC calendar. ATC is no stranger to La Thuile. We have run camps here over the years and enjoy good relations with the village and mountain. The Anglo Scottish FIS race series will be included in the camp plan and takes place just across the valley on the 4th 5th 6th and 7th January. Athletes can join us for training either on the 21st or 28th December.
Welsh FIS Championships (+FIS)
January 18 - 25 Champery Switzerland
Champery SUI January 2020
Historically these have been good FIS races and due to them being British run there are no quota restrictions for British racers. Everyone can race! There is a SL and a GS for the Welsh and we will also link in with the Aiglon FIS CIT Villars races over the following two days. This week of racing offers training and 4 FIS starts.
February English FIS Championships
Bormio ITaly February 8-21 2020 + Switzerland Austria FIS
The English Championships in Bormio Italy hosts some of the best FIS races of the season. We will be offering a weeks training and racing prior to the Championships (Location TBC). The championship week 15 - 22 February includes 6 FIS starts.
Tignes France British Championships
March 21 - 28 TBC
The National Championships will again be in Tignes. The programme for U21 and U18 includes the opportunity to double up in the senior and junior races. During and after the Championships is the best time of year to race and score your best points so racing is the main focus on this camp.
France Italy FIS TOUR
March 28 - 11 April
We go on tour after the British Championships through France and Italy picking up CIT and FIS races. Venues need to be confirmed nearer the time due to changes in the FIS calendar and quotas for athletes. Racing is the main focus of this camp.
Cairngorm April 2020 (4-day)
We will offer coaching support and training at the Scottish FIS championships. This camp is run on a training only basis but if you need lodging then we can arrange to accommodate you at the ATC HQ!
Fonna Norway Summer FIS Camp
15 June - 6 July (3-weeks offered)
We will be based in Fonna for a month. Last years camp was without a doubt the best summer training available anywhere in Europe. Salted pistes ensure hard snow all day and limit on the number of teams allowed to train means we have sociable alarm times and fewer queues. Our lodge is set in a beautiful location right on the shores of the Hardanger fjord.