Typical Ski Week

Most NAASF ski weeks have a very similar schedule.  You can verify the events, but this is good for planning purposes.
 
Sunday

  • Arrive - On your own schedule 
  • Register 
  • Designated "Watering Hole"

Monday

  • Race Training - Snowboard and Skis 
  • Free Skiing/Riding - Non-Racers explore the mountain 
  • Apres Ski @ Designated Bar 
  • Post Apres Ski - Hot Tub 
  • Welcome Party in the evening

Tuesday

  • Race Training - Skis 
  • Snowboard Race 
  • Free Skiing/Riding - Non-Racers explore the mountain 
  • Apres Ski @ Designated Bar 
  • Post Apres Ski - Hot Tub 
  • Team/Club Dinners  
    • Each team/club gets together for dinner.  Some are as simple as pizza in a hotel room, others are a dinner in a restaurant.
  • :Post Dinner @ Designated Bar

Wednesday

  • Ski Races ("A" Division and "B" Division) 
  • Free Skiing/Riding - Non-Racers explore the mountain 
  • Apres Ski @ Designated Bar 
  • Post Apres Ski - Hot Tub 
  • Theme Party - This is a "not to miss" event.  
  • Each week a different theme is announced and everyone is requested to wear a costume.

Thursday

  • Ski Races ("A" Division and "B" Division) 
  • Free Skiing/Riding - Non-Racers explore the mountain 
  • Apres Ski @ Designated Bar 
  • Post Apres Ski - Hot Tub 
  • Awards Dinner & Party

The IASF World Airline Ski Championships are "slightly" different, in that their race training begins on Sunday and races begin on Monday (NAASF trains on Monday and begins racing on Tuesday).  The WASC also includes several Nordic events (cross country skiing) and a "Fun Race" event where teams from around the world offer samples of a food/beverage typical of their country (It's really an International food/beverage tasting party on the snow).
 
The AA Training Camp in December has a similar schedule, BUT they include a free breakfast and "chalk talk" by Billy Kidd on Monday morning and a "Pub Crawl" on Wednesday (rather than a theme party).  The Tuesday "Team/Club" dinner is usually at Hazies (fine dining at the top of the Gondola) and rather than an Awards Dinner, AA has a Happy Hour Awards Party.
 
So now you know.....
 
If you would like to attend any/all of these events, please contact your team directly.  If you are not an airline employee or if you just need more info, feel free to contact me and I'll steer you in the right direction.
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