Let’s get the party started

Most PH.com readers will have had this problem. You want to go on a serious ski or snowboard holiday, improve your technique and have some fun on and off piste but you can’t put together enough like minded friends. The solution could be Tourparty’s freestyle and freeride ski and snowboard camps.

Matthew D’Arcy of Tourparty (Triple Air Ltd) tell us that the camps welcome riders from anywhere in the world (you can sort out your own transport or let Tourparty arrange it from the UK) who fancy spending Christmas, New Year or Easter skiing and snowboarding with people who share their passion.

The holidays are sponsored by Line Skis (Line’s Anthem has just been named a Fall Line Magazine’s twin tip of the year) so they have a good pedigree. Three different camps have been configured, labeled GroupSki, TeenSki and AdSki they are tailored for groups of friends, teens and adults (with no single supplement). The camps are based at les Deux Alpes with trips over to la Grave and l’Alpe d’Huez. The camps have some excellent coaches to pass on tips, guide and help riders during the week’s holiday and will suit any competent skier or snowboarder who wants to make some progress.

Further Information


Posted by davidof on Wednesday, 25 October, 2006 at 11:01 AM

Comments are now closed



Archive Summary

Forum Posts

Wednesday, 11 September, 2013

Mammut PULSE Barryvox Updated Firmware

Posted by ise at 09:53 PM
• (1) Posts • (116) views •

Sunday, 19 May, 2013

Girl survives 4 nights out at 4000m on the Vert

Posted by juice at 11:44 PM
• (3) Posts • (1981) views •


Monday, 29 April, 2013

Colorado's deadliest slide in 50 years

Posted by Simon Scott at 01:41 PM
• (3) Posts • (1606) views •

Thursday, 25 April, 2013

PGHM Officer killed near Ref Argentiere

Posted by juice at 01:38 PM
• (5) Posts • (1673) views •

Friday, 19 April, 2013

avalanche in st christophe

Posted by davidski at 11:32 AM
• (1) Posts • (1427) views •

Monday, 15 April, 2013

Avalanche on the Tete de Chevrette, Vallorcine

Posted by Alan Scowcroft at 04:57 PM
• (1) Posts • (1410) views •