Registration | Costs | Scholarships

2018 Registration

We're excited that you're interested in coming to camp. Online registration is now open.

At that time, the button below will take you to our schedule, where you can see the registration status of all our camps, and choose the one you’d like best. A number of locations fill quickly, so it’s best to register as soon as you can.

You can also access our online registration system through any of the individual camp location pages. If you need a hand with your registration at any time, just let us know .


Once a camp fills, a waitlist becomes available. We take at least a couple of people off the waitlist for nearly every camp, so it’s worth adding your name, particularly if you’re able to react quickly and make plans on short notice.

It’s also smart to find another location that could work for you instead, and then if a spot ends up opening up in your original choice, we’ll check in with you to see if you’d like to switch.


You’ll be prompted to accept a waiver as part of the registration process. If you’d like to view the waiver in advance, email us and we’ll send it your way.

Skills Questionnaires

We spend countless hours before each camp organizing skill and riding groups, pre-riding trails, and setting things up to give each participant the best possible chance of getting just what they want.

You don’t have to fill out your questionnaire at the very same time that you register, but the sooner and more thoroughly you can complete it, the better chance we have of creating a fantastic experience for you.


We’ll be sending out a number of registration related emails prior to camp. To be sure you receive them, please add to your address book or approved senders list.

My experience was fantastic. I’ve attended a number of sport training camps and events — including five Ironman competitions, two road cycling championships, and countless high-end heli ski trips — and I’ve never experienced a more organized, professional, and successful program.
— Jennifer Gorman, Whistler camp participant