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Water Ramp and Airbag Schedule 2022

Fortune Freestyle runs water ramp and airbag camps where athletes can safely practice jumps on both trampoline and on skis jumping into a water (lake or pool) or onto an airbag.


This year Fortune Freestyle will be running camps at three facilities over the summer and into the fall:


The Horseshoe and Lac Beauport water ramps are very user-friendly and cater to athletes of all skill levels and disciplines (moguls and slope). These are both great venues for newer athletes trying their first ramp camp, as well as more experienced athletes working on flips and continuing to progress their skills. The Maximise airbag facility has somewhat larger jumps, with a landing on a sloped airbag. The facility tends to be best-suited for athletes who are comfortable with medium to large jumps or have previously jumped on an airbag (eg. the airbag at Camp Fortune) or water ramp.

Overall, all of  these camps run by Fortune Freestyle are welcoming to athletes of all abilities and, of course, a lot of fun!

Fortune Freestyle Water Ramp and Airbag camps are perfect for any athlete looking for some summer freestyle fun!


Water ramp and airbag are great environments for athletes to work on all jumps – spins, uprights, etc. – not just flips 


For athletes who want to learn higher level jumps (e.g. flips, off-axis tricks – e.g. corks, flat spins, loops)  – water ramp or airbag is essential – as these tricks must first be learned, practiced and qualified on water ramp or airbag before the trick can be performed on snow. Athletes wishing to work on tricks which require qualification should plan on attending multiple camps over the course of the summer. If you have questions about the qualification process – please reach out to your coach or  Colin or Dillon.


In terms of basic skill level, athletes who are looking to try airbag or water ramp for the first time should:

  • be comfortable with medium-sized jumps. 

  • have a consistent take-off (pop) and be able to execute straight airs with solid landings on smaller jumps.

  • have the physical and mental stamina needed to train for a relatively long day. The training sessions are physically demanding; athletes are required to walk up the hill with their equipment, jump multiple times per session and engage in trampoline training in between jump sessions

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