Rocky Mountain Park & Pipe Camp
The Rocky Mountain Park & Pipe Camp in Breckenridge (2 days) is coming up and I'm interested in attending.
It's for intermediate riders and up (I'm intermediate who can link turns on the green slopes while riding switch and have made 2 trips per year for the last 3 years) so I meet the prerequisites. I basically have no freestyle skills at all and would like to learn some basics. I guess I'm more interested in All-Mountain freestyle rather than park and pipe.
I'd just like to know what to expect from a clinic like this.
"Drop in to the pipe. Max out your air. Clear more advanced rails and boxes. Whatever your goals, the Rocky Mountain Park & Pipe Camp is sure to provide you the skills and park time to get you there. Breckenridge has four parks and pipes to match your abilities. The most advanced park and pipe, Freeway, is one of the most highly rated and well-known terrain parks in the country! Our top certified pros are eagerly awaiting the opportunity to coach you in this unique, fun, supportive, two-day camp.
The camp is open to intermediate to advanced all-mountain skiers and riders. No prior park or pipe experience necessary. Groups will be formed based on goals and abilities. "
I'm not sure whether this is a good use of my time. I'm not that interested in rails, boxes, or the half-pipe at this point. I'd like to acquire basic skills such as how to do jumps, ollies, etc. I know these skills are required for technical freestyle too.
Can anyone give me a realistic idea of what skills I can expect to acquire (basically over a 2-day camp)?
Has anyone else attended this camp before?
Thanks in advance.