In our Teen Ski and Snowboard Camp programs (15~18 years of age), our teen campers are with very caring and well trained Whistler Mountain certified adult coaches every day (from 8:30 to 3pm), 5 days per week. Teen Camps also include on-mountain lunches with their group.
In our main accommodation:
There is plenty of staff supervision in our accommodations.
One or more staff members (including Turner, the camp owner) is at our main accommodation 6 days per week from 8am to 6pm (minus the few hours each day accompanying the camp groups). On the 7th day, our housing manager and cleaner are at the house all day.
Our housing provides a warm, relaxing atmosphere. It’s a family atmosphere with other like minded teens and adults from around the world. They’re for relaxing after big ski days, socializing, eating, sleeping, watching movies and making new friends from around the world.
Other campers often help teen campers with food shopping (supermarkets are very close by) and cooking etc. Teens can learn new cooking skills…
Whistler Village is only a few minutes walk from our main accommodation. Whistler Village is very safe for teens to walk around in the afternoons and evenings. There are plenty of stores, gift shops, supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, bakeries, take-outs etc to keep our teens well fed and entertained.
Plus, full days of skiing / snowboarding are quite tiring, so all of our campers tend to go to sleep early.
We are a ski and snowboard camp, not a party camp.
The legal age for alcohol in BC is 19. This is the law. A camper breaking the law is out of camp. No exceptions, no refunds.
In our 20 years in operation, we’ve never had to remove anyone from camp.
When you read through our google reviews
, many of them are from parents stating their teens’ very positive experiences.
The staff and I make every effort that your son/daughter is safe, having tons of fun and eating well.
As a parent of teenagers myself, I (Turner) do understand the importance. I’m also available for contact 24 hours a day in the winter.