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splitboard camp in Jackson Hole

" In twelve years of riding together, Jamie has taught me, from scratch, to board in nearly any terrain on any mountain, safely. Hop on a board behind Jamie Weeks and before long you can ride absolutely anywhere. "

Steve Johnson Cambridge, MA

splitboard camps

We live and breath snowboarding and split boarding. Whether it is finding the safest and most efficient way to the top, or having the skills to get down any conditions, we can help you be safer, work less and enjoy more. We work with Exum guides to stage some of the most detailed snowboard camps in the country. Have scheduling issues or just want to work on specific skills at your own pace? Ask us about our custom courses.

splitboarding essentials

3 Day Camp - January 27 to 29

Our Introduction to Splitboarding Camp puts you in a group with one of Exum Mountain Guides professional splitboard guides, who will teach you the techniques specific to split boarding required to efficiently travel in the backcountry.  On day one your guide will teach you about proper terrain selection, avalanche awareness, transitioning from snowboard mode to uphill ski mode, and efficient travel techniques. All this is done touring near Teton Pass in the Mail Cabin Creek and Mt. Oliver areas which allows us to make the day any length we need to familiarize you with your gear, while riding some “fantastic” powder.   These areas have easy and moderate approaches to numerous open bowls and glades.  The next two days will be spent in Grand Teton National Park. Backcountry splitboarding in the Park is an experience every splitboarder should have. The riding is world class and no place in the valley offers better views of this magnificent mountain range. Long approaches and huge vertical runs make riding in the park a full day trip.

After our three day camp riders should have the newly acquired skills to travel efficiently in the backcountry on a splitboard.

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snowboard mountaineering

3 Day Camp - February 24 to 26

Our 3-day clinic is designed to give intermediate backcountry snowboarders the chance to progress to the next level, and take on a high peak.

If you ride blues and blacks at your local resort, and if you think you’re ready for steeper and more technical terrain, this clinic is for you.

You will spend 1 day on Snow King Mountain, also know as the “Town Hill” in Jackson. The accessibility and high concentration of expert terrain make this a perfect venue for steep snowboarding skills, introduction to technical rope work, or just refining your turns. The skills you practice will then be put to the test for the next 2 days while we venture up in the high peaks of the Tetons.

The list of topics and skills covered includes: Gear selection, introduction to technical rope work, use of an ice axe and crampons, steep snowboarding techniques, partner communication, terrain assessment and hazard evaluation.

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women's camp

with Iris Lazzareschi

Camp 1 - 3 Day Camp - January 20 to 22

Camp 2 - 3 Day Camp - March 10 to 12

PRICE = $795

For women who love riding pow on their snowboards and want to start getting out into the backcountry and finding fresh turns any day of the season. This womens specific Intro to Splitboarding course will consist of 3 days in the backcountry of Teton National Park.  Unfamiliar equipment can be intimidating for novice splitboarders, but it does not have to be. In this course, we will get familiar with splitboard equipment, practicing techniques for efficient uphill travel and transitions. Apré yoga, healthy breakfasts, fun dinners out in Jackson, all accompanied by women with the same passion. Included with the course are Jones splitboards with Spark  R&D bindings available for demo as requested with registration and discounted lodging in Jackson.

After our three day camp riders should have the newly acquired skills to travel efficiently in the backcountry on a splitboard.

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Jamie Weeks


Wilson, Wyoming

Teton Splitboarder