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Mogul Camp - early season, just booked it and thought others may be interested

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Let me say straight away that I have no commercial affiliation with this company and this is an honest and genuine heads up to people on this forum who might be interested in an early season chance to learn to ski moguls better.
Essentially they Camp is in Kaprun on the Kitzsteinhorn glacial area, you can book for 3 or 6 days training. The price ranges from €240 for 3 days training only to €1860 for 6 days training, 4 star half board, lift pass and transfer from Salzburg airport.
The company is SIA Austria and I have done several courses with them and they are excellent. Here is a link to the page on their site http://www.siaaustria.com/clinics/mogul-camp/index.php#main-content
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Thanks for the tip. I'm not up to the moguls course, the improver course is more my speed. Any idea how large the teaching groups might be?

Also, just out of curiosity, did the moguls course live up to expectation?

For anyone else who's thinking of a course in Kaprun - whatever you do, don't go with Skivolution unless you're at least level 6 or 7 on their grading system. Despite claiming the contrary on their website, they accept absolute beginners onto their technical courses and the only way you can be sure of not being in the very wide ranging "bottom" group in terms of ski level is to be at least level 6 or 7.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
@skidipity, I can second the review above, Ski Instructor Academy (SIA Austria) are great, they have small groups and the training is brilliant. The split the clinics / camps into levels when booking so you can choose beginner, improver or performance so at least you half know what you're getting before your even start, but would defo recommend them.
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