- How a backcountry ski camp can help you reach your goals
- The Tetons and why it’s the perfect place to learn
- Self-assessment and finding the right camp for you
- Why you should hire a guide no matter the skill level
- Tips on managing the logistics behind the trips
- Success stories and fun anecdotes from the slopes
With deep, light snow and an endless supply of out-of-bounds terrain, the Tetons are the perfect classroom for anyone looking to advance their skills.
Whether you’re looking to master the fundamentals or graduate to longer days and bigger terrain, a backcountry ski camp in the Tetons is just what you need. Hosted by seasoned ski guides, these weekend workshops were made to help skiers of all skill sets reach the next level, no matter where they stand on the learning curve.
Want to learn more about these ski camps? Tune in to our FREE WEBINAR.
In an hour-long session, IFMGA Guide and outdoor educator Michael Wachs will explain the ins and outs of his backcountry ski camps and show how a weekend in the Tetons can lead to a lifetime of better skiing.
Michael is an IFMGA/UIAGM Licensed Mountain Guide. He has been with TMG for 9 years and manages hiring, staffing, and training guides as the Winter Lead Guide. Michael also has ski guided in Switzerland, Norway, Canada, Argentina and Antarctica, with first ski descents in many countries as well. He has on-site guided the Matterhorn in Switzerland as well as guided Denali in Alaska. When he’s not skiing or climbing he spends his time with his wife Frances and his dog Jackson.