La Niña Sled Camp, Revelstoke Snowmobile Club, Avalanche Canada and Revelstoke Search and Rescue have teamed up to create an awesome weekend promoting mountain snowmobile safety and education for our up and coming generation of shredders.
This clinic is open to all ages, and parents/guardians are invited to join in the sessions. All youth participants will receive a free trail pass for the day, a swag bag and lot’s of good knowledge, friendships and skills. Avalanche safety gear including transceiver, probe and shovel must be worn by all participants and all youth under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Saturday, February 16 - FREE
Hosted by Revelstoke Snowmobile Club - email email@example.com to register
9am @ Visitors Center in Boulder Parking Lot
This day will be filled with chats and demos from Revelstoke Search and Rescue & Avalanche Canada. Topics include mountain preparedness and survival, avalanche safety and general snowmobile etiquette and what to do in the case of an emergency. There will be lots of interactive games and prizes throughout the day and it is a great way to engage the kids and learn together.
Sunday, February 17 - $250 (or $150 if previous day was attended)
Hosted by La Niña Sled Camp - Nadine Overwater & Cody Borchers - firstname.lastname@example.org to register
9am - location TBA
This day is all about shadowing the pros in the mountains and learning about decision making and mountain safety as you move through the terrain. Groups will be split based on age and ability (remember all youth under 16 must be accompanied by an adult). Come see how we are prepared when we ride and what it takes to make sure you come home every night. There will be additional snowmobile skills included in this clinic.
This is a great opportunity to promote the sport with the next generation - make sure you take advantage of this packed weekend to come out with your youth and learn the ropes with the pros!
Spread the word, let’s make this a successful weekend! See you out there!