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Targhee Gravity Camp

Searching for ways to take your downhill MTB skills to new heights? Introducing Grand Targhee Gravity Camps! Unlock new riding possibilities over two action-packed days at the legendary Grand Targhee Bike Park this summer.

Elevate your jumping skills, refine your approach to riding steep, technical features and tap into the magic of your bike's true capabilities on 17-plus miles of purpose-built gravity trails this riding season.  

With three dates to choose from, we've got a camp that fits your schedule and the atmosphere to reach your downhill goals. With a small student-teacher ratio, our local instructors are primed to share their stoke for DH riding and provide you the tools for a safe, tangible and epically fun progression in the rad world of gravity mountain biking.

For discounted lodging inquiries, call 800.TARGHEE and mention your Gravity Camp enrollment. 

REGISTER HERE!

Dates to Choose From: July 26-27, August 2-3, August 23-24

Instructors: Silas Streeter, Ariel Kazunas 

Participants: 12 students max (6:1 student to coach ratio) Open to ages 15+ 

Ability Level: Intermediate/Strong Intermediate level riders and above (see ability levels below) 

Price: $450 (add 2 day lift ticket: $84)

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FAQs

what are the Equipment Requirements? 

A modern, full-suspension mountain bike with hydraulic disc brakes, a bicycle helmet, spare tube, water and personal snacks. Recommended protective gear includes gloves, eye protection, bike specific shoes (either clipless or flat pedals are ok). If you need to rent a bike or any equipment, make sure you have made arrangements with Habitat before you arrive. 

What does registration Include? 

All pricing includes instruction, swag, bike park season pass discount. 

What does registration not Include? 

Bike/equipment rental, food and beverage, transportation, pool pass, childcare, etc. 

What are the ability levels?

BEGINNER RIDER 

MTB GENERAL EXPERIENCE: 

This is my first season mountain biking. I can comfortably ride my mountain bike on pavement or wide gravel trails, keep my balance and can use my hand brakes to stop safely. 

BIKE PARK EXPERIENCE: 

Little or no experience in a DH Mountain Bike park. 

NOVICE RIDER

MTB GENERAL EXPERIENCE: 

I have been riding a mountain bike consistently for one or more seasons and am capable of controlling bike speed and direction on smooth doubletrack and rolling singletrack trails. I know when to walk my bike over a section that might be too difficult.  

BIKE PARK EXPERIENCE: 

I can comfortably ride on green and easy blue single track and freeride trails in the Bike Park or on cross country trails.  
I am confident to ride and carry momentum through bumpy, moderately rocky and rooty sections of trail without putting a foot down and have good brake control.  
I have a little experience riding Bike Parks. 

INTERMEDIATE RIDER 

MTB GENERAL EXPERIENCE: 

I have been mountain biking consistently for two or more seasons. I can climb and descend under control on moderately steep singletrack with loose rocks or roots.  
I get out for a ride one or more times per week in a season and am comfortable at a moderate sustained pace.  
I know when to walk a section that might be too difficult but am gaining confidence in challenging myself in new terrain. 
Some moderate exposure on one side of a trail does not bother me.  

BIKE PARK EXPERIENCE: 

I am comfortable on all blue technical trails and can ride all green and easy blue freeride trails in the park. My wheels rarely leave the ground.  
I can maintain my momentum and ride through rocky, rooty sections and am starting to look at increasing speed.  
I can comfortably ride slightly raised wooden features and small rock features.  
I have some experience riding in a Bike Park.  

STRONG INTERMEDIATE RIDER 

MTB GENERAL EXPERIENCE: 

I have been mountain biking for three or more years, am confident riding all types of singletrack in all conditions (muddy, dry, loose, exposed, rock slabs/features). 
I am able to ride small drops and jumps and descend technical steep sections including rock and uneven roots as well as ride at a reasonable pace for several hours and over multiple days.  
I can ride confidently with some exposure on both sides of a trail.  
I am learning to scout features before riding, love to challenge myself but still walk sections that might be too difficult. 

BIKE PARK EXPERIENCE: 

I am a strong rider on most blues and moderate blacks and I can ride all or most of the features.   
I ride at a moderate but safe speed and carry my momentum.   
I can do small jumps (7ft +/- table tops) and drops safely.   
I am excited to ride steep roll downs and higher wooden features.  

ADVANCED RIDER

MTB GENERAL EXPERIENCE: 

I have been mountain biking consistently for five years or more and can ride technical trails including steep sections, small jumps, small drops (one-two feet) and most moderately elevated wooden/engineered sections.  
I can ride switchbacks confidently, rock gardens and sections of trail with higher exposure without putting a foot down.  I am confident scouting features and decision-making, know when to walk a section that might be too difficult but am comfortable regularly challenging myself on new terrain and features. 

BIKE PARK EXPERIENCE:

I am comfortable at fast speeds on all black trails both cross country and in the Bike Park. 
I can pick a line through difficult technical sections, ride steep rock features and raised narrow features. 
I have good technique and can carry and judge my speed to do medium jumps (12ft +/- table tops) and drops.  

EXPERT RIDER

MTB GENERAL EXPERIENCE: 

I eat, sleep and drink all things mountain biking and have been riding for over a decade.  
I ride four or more times a week and can ride all day long in challenging conditions.  
I can handle most any type of terrain, can handle hike-a-bike sections and navigate truly technical sections.  
I am confident reading and running new features but still know when to stop and walk a section that might be too difficult. 

BIKE PARK EXPERIENCE:

I am confident at high speeds on all trails, I can ride all the features on black and most double black trails both cross country and in the Bike Park.  
I can clear large drops and jumps (20ft +/- table tops) with correct technique.

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