Grand Targhee, Wyoming July 15-16, 2020 (mid-week camp) July 18-19, 2020
Registration Opens December 18th at 9am PST/12pm EST
Cost: $425 | All levels, ages 18+ *Please review our updatedcancellation policy for 2020 before you register
Grand Targhee Resort has spectacular single-track trails near the resort and miles of lift-access downhill trails winding through wildflower meadows with epic views in every direction. Established as the first downhill mountain bike destination in the Tetons, the Grand Targhee Bike Park offers downhill trails for every level of mountain bike rider; gentle, banked cruisers and exciting, rock-strewn downhill runs with teachable features all the way down. During the summer months when the West is sweltering, Grand Targhee and the Tetons might just be the most extraordinary, cool-temperature riding in the lower 48! This clinic is hosted at Grand Targhee Resort where we will work on perfecting skills using large grassy areas, mountain bike specific skills zones, and some cross-country style trails nearby. *Camp notes:This is an “all-mountain” focused camp with chairlift access to the middle and top of the mountain. This camp is taught in the bike park using the chairlifts to access the trails. Climbing techniques will be covered and there are nearby cross-country trails to practice climbing technical features, but all groups will eventually use the chairlift to work on downhill bike handling skills. The mid-mountain trails are fairly smooth with lots of corners, some fun wall-rides and nothing too steep. The top of the mountain has some steeper sections, loose rocks and long, winding downhill trails that will have you grinning from ear to ear. Groups work their way down the mountain stopping when necessary to work through technical sections. More advanced groups might be introduced to larger drops (2ft+) and jumping depending on skill level and goals. Also be mindful that the elevation at Grand Targhee Resort is 7,408ft at the base and 9,862 at the top. Please see below for helmet recommendations.
Ladies AllRide t-shirt available to pre-purchase at registration:
Helmet Requirements: This camp will have lift-access riding for riders and full-face helmets are highly recommended if you are interested in more advanced skills in the bike park like higher speed downhill riding. If you bring a full-face with you, also bring your open-face helmet for morning skills and drills. We will have a limited number of Fox Rampage full-face helmets to demo but please plan to bring your own, borrow one from a friend orrent one from the resort if you would like to guarantee proper fit and use of a full-face helmet for the entire weekend. Downhill helmets are best paired with goggles so bring those too if possible. Torent a full face helmet, please make sure to contact Habitat right away as they have a limited inventory. Call them at 208.354.7669.
Local Bike Shop: HABITAT Habitat will be offering the following discounts to Ladies AllRide participants:
10% off soft goods
10% off all bike parts
10% off bike purchases
Accommodations Suggestions*: Stay right on site at Grand Targhee Resort**! Ladies All Ride attendees will receive 20% discount on all lodging styles. A 2-night minimum stay is required for attendees to receive the discount. Call 307.353.2300 and mention the Ladies All Ride camp to receive your discount.
Camping & RV*: - Tent Camping: $28 per night/site. A site is a 15’x25’ area, large enough for vehicle and tent (4-6 person tent). No showers are provided for campers (but bathrooms are available). Reserve your campsite by calling 307.353.2300.
- RV Camping: $28 per night/site. No showers are provided for campers (but bathrooms are available). Reserve your campsite by calling 307.353.2300.
*Accommodations are not included in the price of the clinic. **Resort, Wyoming State Sales & Lodging Tax will be added to the cost of your taxable purchases.
"I can't believe how much this camp has changed my life on a bike. I want to do this every year to keep improving!" - Samantha
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