We offer four different programs: Fall Term, Winter Term, Full Academic Year, Gap Year.
The Fall Term runs from September 10th to November 30th. It's new super-intensive program aimed at those FIS athletes who want to start the season in top shape and lower their FIS points. The program combines over 40 days of ski training on Stelvio, in addition to dry-land training in Alta Badia, and participation in FIS races, which in South Tyrol start in November. Accepted Winter Term students-athletes are also invited to join our summer program.
The Winter Term program lasts from December 1st to mid April. We normally ski 5 days a week, in addition to having weekly maintenance sessions. Skiing is either in the morning or in the afternoon. Accepted Winter Term students-athletes are also invited to join our summer program.
The Academic Year and Gap Year run from September 10th to mid-April. In the fall, the program combines over 40 days of ski training on Stelvio, to conditioning sessions and FIS races as from November. Starting December, we train 5 days a week in Alta Badia, Cortina, Dobbiaco and other neighboring area, in addition to having dry-land training sessions and off course racing both in Italy and abroad. In season, skiing is either in the morning or in the afternoon.
Accepted athletes are encouraged to join our summer program. In the summer 2021 the program will begin on July 17 and end on August 22nd, alternating 20 days on-snow at the Stelvio Glacier and the rest of dry-land in Alta Badia (stretching, agility, mobility, lifting, biking, hiking, etc.). Depending on availability, we may be able to accept a few athletes for the summer program only. The maximum ratio coach to athlete will be 1:6. Here is the tentative program for the Summer 2021. Write us to know more.
We racommend prospective athletes to join on of our ski racing camps which give the opportunity to better know us (and for us to know you) before deciding.