Teck Regional Fall Dryland Camp 2021


Sept. 24-26, 2021, Whistler, BC

This is an overnight dryland training camp for skiers born 2012 and older. Activities will include roller skiing, ski striding, running, hiking and strength exercises. Athletes will stay in group accommodations and will be involved in food preparation and cleanup.
Host Club: Hollyburn Cross Country Ski Club
Head Coach: Jake Weaver 604-619-2075 biweaver@shaw.ca
Registration: Register at Zone4.ca Go to: https://zone4.ca/reg.asp?id=26651
Registration Closes Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2021 or when full.
Camp Begins: Fri. Sept. 24, 7:00 pm at Whistler Athlete Lodge.
Participants are expected to have had dinner prior to the start of the camp. Friday dinner will not be provided. The first meeting will be at 7:30 pm.
Camp Ends: Sun. Sept. 26, 2:00 pm (approximately)
This camp has a full participation policy. This means that participants are expected to arrive when the camp starts on Sept. 24 and stay until the camp ends on Sept. 26 unless you have made prior arrangements with the Head Coach.
Camp Fee: The camp fee is $160 plus Zone4.ca processing fees. This includes accommodation (Friday and Saturday nights), meals (Saturday breakfast through to Sunday lunch) and all activities.
Dryland Camp Packing List
-B.C. Care Card/ Medical number
-Personal hygiene items (soap, shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, deodorant, etc)
-Alarm clock

-Sunscreen and lip balm with sunblock

-Sun glasses
-Towels (suggest bringing one for indoor and one for outdoor use)
-Bathing Suit
-Rain Jacket
-Training clothes for very hot through to cold miserable weather
-Long underwear
-Socks (lots of extra socks in case of wet weather)
-Shorts / pants / sweatshirt/ t-shirt (casual clothes)
-Hats (baseball cap and tuque)
-Small pack suitable for hiking and running with
-Running shoes
-Rollerski equipment for Skate (rollerskis, poles with road tips, boots, helmet, reflective vest) The club has some loaner roller skis you can borrow. Let the coaches know at the Friday meeting.
****Very Bright clothing or reflective vests and helmets are MANDATORY for roller ski sessions.
****You will not be allowed to participate in roller ski sessions if you do not have them.
**Whistler Nordics Members – please email admin@whistlernordics.com if you do not have roller skis
-Ski striding poles (10 cm shorter than regular classic poles ie. mid-chest height)
-Heart rate monitor (if you have or can borrow one)
-Water bottles and carrier
-Head lamp
-Band-Aids and blister bandages
-Recovery bars
-Positive attitude and lots of enthusiasm!!!
-Please notify camp coordinator of any allergies, special dietary requirements, or relevant medical conditions
-Please leave electronic devices at home for the weekend!!!!! You’ll have so much fun that you won’t miss them. Laptops for doing homework and phones for emergency communications are allowed. We will confiscate electronic devices that are being used inappropriately.
Whistler Nordics Ski Club