Nobody knows winter like Canadians. We don’t know about you, but when the ﬁrst snow starts to settle, we’re ready to hit the slopes.
Snowboarding is a great way to get kids outside in the winter months. In many households, kids spend countless hours in front of the computer or tv, especially January – March. Snowboarding gets kids active and excited for the outdoors. Snowboarding also requires good core and lower body strength. It’ll help kids in other athletic pursuits, as well as improve their overall coordination and agility. Our camps are also a great opportunity for kids to make new friends. We try to keep kids and their councillors together all session, leading to new friendships that last outside of camp.
Our programs run on Saturdays in January and February; on Saturdays in Ontario at Mount St. Louis Moonstone (MSLM), which includes bussing from the GTA; and on Sundays in Alberta at Mt. Norquay, with bussing from Calgary.
We offer two different programs at Evolve, our traditional downhill snowboard lessons, and our Evolve Freestyle program — which focuses on skill development in the terrain park. Both the traditional lessons and the Freestyle program have beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels.