2015 TGR Camp with JHMR Athlete Daniel Tisi

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Don’t just reach for the stars, shred with them.

Jackson Hole Mountain Sports School and Teton Gravity Research have partnered to offer a one-of-a-kind ski and snowboard camp for kids in middle and high school. TGR “Grom” Camp offers teenagers the ultimate freeriding experience in the mountain mecca of Jackson Hole. Rising rippers spend three days learning from the superstars of the sport, including TGR cast members and the best Mountain Sports School youth coaches.  JHMR Athlete, Daniel Tisi, has participated in the camp for 3 years and is stoked for another year of shredding with the best of the best.   We sat down with him and asked a few questions about why this camp is so unique.

What’s your favorite thing about TGR Grom Camp?

My favorite part of the TGR Grom Camp is getting to shred with pros like Tim. He is on another level with his skiing and its very cool to learn from him. The coaches are awesome too!

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How many years have you been participating, and why do come back every year?

This will be my fourth time being in the Grom Camp. I come back every year because I have so much fun and learn so much!

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Tim Durtschi is coming back to coach for the third season this year, what does he bring to the camp?

Tim always brings an element of fun to the crew. He is super fun to ski with and you get to learn some super sick things along the way! It isnt every day you get to ski with one of the worlds best skiers.

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What’s your insider’s tip for people coming to Jackson Hole this holiday season?

My tip for travelers coming to Jackson would be: If there is a pow day, make sure you are first tracks! I have been skiing for 12 years now. I have skied many pow turns in my 12 years and it never gets old!

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 Click here for Camp Information and Sign-up!

 

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