The perfect place to go upside down for the first time!
Athletes learn and perfect skills on the trampoline before attempting them on snow. Trampoline training is offered through Spring Action Trampoline. Sessions run weekly in both the spring and fall.
Join us for our 2019-2020 Kick Off Event!
December 1st, 2019 8:45 AM - 12:00 PM Camp Fortune Lodge
For more info go to our Events - Kick Off webpage!
A great place to start for all new and upcoming freestylers!
Formerly Jumps and Bumps, these programs develop fundamental techniques for the terrain park and moguls. Learn to jump, ski the bumps and do tricks on boxes and rails.
Expert coaches keep it fun and safe as you learn technical skills and great moves. This program is for skiers who can comfortably ski all intermediate runs (blue runs at Camp Fortune).
Our Winter season training is offered either once a week (Saturdays or Sundays) or on both days starting January 11/12 until March 7/8.
This year we are offering two optional four-day camps over Christmas holidays.
Camp 1 Christmas camp is December 27-30, 2019
Camp 2 Christmas camp is January 2-5, 2020.
Are you an experienced freestyle skier with an interest in competition and advanced skill development? Learn more about the Fortune Freestyle D-TEAM!
What is D-TEAM?
D-TEAM is Fortune Freestyle’s development team. It is for athletes that want to train for both skill and performance development, including participation in provincial Timber Tour competitions (Timber Tour is Ontario’s competition series).
Athletes trying out for D-TEAM must be registered in both days (Saturday and Sunday) of the program. They must also commit to attending two Timber Tour events.
• Registered for dryland
• Registered for trampoline
• Attended water ramp camps
• Attended Air bag training (Maximize)
The skills identified below are directly from Freestyle Canada. For additional information please visit: http://www.freestylecanada.ski
Athletes considering trying out for the D-TEAM should be able to demonstrate that they have strong foundational skills and competitive readiness, both physically and mentally. Specifically, they need to be able to manage increased training hours and demonstrate they have the capacity to develop the skills to perform more difficult technical skills safely. Athletes should be able to consistently demonstrate the majority of the skills listed below on more difficult terrain (blue and black runs).
• Carves ski edge through turns with steady timing.
• Ski switch with skis parallel and can move from forward to back with ease.
• Use turns to control speed
• Fully extended in jumps and able to maintain balance
• Can spin in both directions
• Confident lift on take-off and clean upright tricks with grabs
• Balanced landings
• Manages terrain park features and flow safely
• Rides boxes with control
• Rides rails with control
• Short radius turns with proper body position
• Good absorption with lower body
• Consistently shows a proper mogul stance
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