PROBABLY THE BEST SUMMER CAMP
Join the most exciting adventure of this summer - come to Austria. There you can ski in the hot summer sun high up in mountains where at height of 2700m snow never melts. But down in valley there is a real and warm summer where you can swim, play beach volley, go for a bicycle trips, jump on a trampoline or slackline, go tobogganing and enjoy a hot summer.
Probably skiing in summer is better than in winter - days are long, warm and pleasant. After skiing the day goes on and there is enough time to do so many exciting things - travel, enjoy the nature and mountains, sun and local dishes, architecture and culture - all of that can be done in a fresh air topped with healthy meals.
Try something new this summer - bikini skiing, sunbath on a snow, riding bicycle on mountain trails, visit ice museum, learn paragliding, climb mountains. You just have to chose from more than 100 activities - we will take care about the rest. Everybody are welcome - youngster and their parents too - we have thought about everyone.
In Austria you will meet the best of Baltic freeskiers and snowboarders - Ride in Baltic tour champions goes on this trip for free. On the glacier you can meet many of the worlds best athletes, who uses the great snowpark and slushy snow to get prepared for the upcoming season. Read here more about all the riders:
THE CAMP AND ATRACTIONS WILL BE LEAD BY
ABOUT RAMSAU REGION IN AUSTRIA
Ramsau village is in a valley at height of 1200m surrounded by mountains and the Dacshtein glacier. In summer the temperature in the village can go up to 24-30C but on the glacier at 2700m the temperatures can go even bellow zero. There are many cycling paths around Ramsau village as well as a lot of trails which goes up in the mountains. Our camp house is located close to Ramsau beach, where you can jump in water from a tower or a springboard. Next to the beach there are trampolines, tobogganing and the 1500m high Ritisberg hill.
An "Ice Palace" is built in the Dachstein glacier under snow and ice with rooms, halls and sculptures made of ice. A live image bellow from Rittisberg hill.
SNOWPARK AND DACHSTEIN GLACIER
One of the largest and most modern glacier skiing resorts accessible in summer which is also the closest glacier to Baltics. Huge snowpark with more than 30 obstacles and a lift dedicated only for the snowpark - that means NO LINES. In just 5 minutes a brand new gondola will take you up from a green valley to the 2700m high glacier with more than 3m of snow there. Even in the hottest summers there are 12km of slopes, a snowpark and 5 lifts servicing the area.
ACCOMMODATION AND EXTRAS
We will stay in a typical Austrian mountain house with all the amenities 2-4 persons per room with nutritious breakfast and delicious dinner. In the evenings we will watch movies and videos from the glacier, play some Playstation and various table games. In the Ramsau and Schladming region we can try any of more than 100 atractions for free - pools and water amusement parks, minigolf and more - read here more!
SIGN UP AND TRANSPORTATION
You can take your bicycle to the camp! To the Alps we will go by our new and modern VW T5 van - equipped with WiFi internet and climate control - during the road we will watch movies, play some Playstation, table games and share our adventure stories.
You can sign up to the camp by filling the form on the right side of the page.
Price with skipass*:
* without skipass - 1 week 330Eur, 2 weeks 600Eur
Departures from Tallinn, Riga and Kaunas (or Vilnius):
29.06 - 14.07.2013
JUST JOINED THE CAMP
Edgars is 25 years old latvian. He rides snowboard already for 10 years and started because got bored from skiing. Edgars can do many flips on snowboard. Read more here:
Karina is from Latvia and she is 21 years old. She won in 3 RIB stages and secured a victory in RIB Tour 2013 Snowboarding woman group. She rides snowboard already for 8th season. Read more here:
Indrek is from Estonia, he won in all of the RIB stages and is undoubted champion of RIB Tour 2013 Men Open group. First tried snowboarding in 2001, but since then have been riding regularly for only three seasons. Read more here: