CAMP3 Snowboarding

The Lowdown

Put simply, CAMP3 is a snowboard club.

We're a New Zealand registered non-profit society, running rider development camps for adults from all over the world who get stoked on snowboarding. We run various levels of camp, from all-mountain freestyle camps at Cardrona and freeride camps at Treble Cone, through to backcountry powder camps in Japan and France. All camps have a **star rating system that defines both the riding level and terrain.

CAMP3 Snowboarding also facilitate high-end instructor training, with Level Three specific programmes for instructors from any English-speaking system.

The Membership Crew

Everyone is a passionate snowboarder.

CAMP3 members are seasoned snowboarders, many with instructor qualifications themselves. All members must be over 18 (most members are in the 20-40 range), have had at least 30 days on a snowboard and must be stoked on progressing their riding.

Every snowboarder who joins our camps MUST join as a member of the club first. You can sign up below for FREE and we include the $45 annual membership fee when you register for your first camp (more on that here).

The Coaches

All CAMP3s are run by super-experienced, highly-certified coaches, frothing to help you improve and get the most out of your all-mountain shred time, from park and pipe to freeriding and carving.

To become a CAMP3 Coach you must be a minimum of SBINZ Level Three with proven coaching experience.

New Zealand, Winter 2022

We have a busy season coming up! We now have priority lift line access at both Cardrona Alpine Resort and Treble Cone, and have a multitude of camps scheduled from all-mountain freestyle and freeride to banked slalom and steeps camps, and specific Level Three instructor training.
Check out the full calendar of scheduled NZ camps and piece together a full season of training...
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