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About Pro Ride
Snowboard Camps & Instructor Programs
Pro Ride offers exciting freeride, freestyle, backcountry and snowboard instructor training courses in Whistler, Canada. We specialize in winter snowboard camps for adults who are of an intermediate to advanced level. We also offer summer snowboard camps and custom programs for beginners, individuals and groups. Pro Ride Snowboard Camps (est 1997) is proud to be the only snowboard specific training camp based in Whistler.
Fun, Flexible, Personal & Progressive
Our goal is to provide you with a snowboard camp experience like no other. We will improve your riding in a fun, skill-based progression, building a foundation through all-mountain discovery. Your program will be focused on what you really enjoy doing and you have the flexibility to change your riding goals as it suits you.
Who We Are
Pro Ride is a group of highly motivated professional snowboarders who live, eat and breath snowboarding. We know Whistler inside out and enjoy sharing our vast snowboarding experience with people of like mind. This is our 17th year running snowboard camps specifically for snowboarders from all over the world. Come join us for one epic day after another! Meet our coaches»
What We Do
Super fun experiences and training with the finest coaches in the business. Our background of competition and snowboard instructor examining allows us to recruit a diverse coaching staff who will deliver life time memories day after day. With our refined program design, the lowest camper to coach ratios in the industry and world class facilities, your expectations will be consistently exceeded.
Am I Good Enough?
As long as you can make turns down intermediate terrain then you are ready for Pro Ride. The majority of our programs are designed for the intermediate to advanced rider. If you are a beginner, novice, junior development rider or athlete preparing for competition, you can contact us to find out about our custom designed snowboard camps.
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