Girlie Camps and K2 Pro Riders Goes To Laax Switzerland For 2010

Now that Girlie Camps and K2 Pro Riders have united, the coordinators are bringing their snowboarding camps to a new level of greatness by relocating to Laax, Switzerland from March 7-14 and March 14-21.

Girlie Camps Photo: event hostFor the 7th year of Girlie Camps snowboarding camps, the event coordinators are bringing the 2010 camps to the renowned resort Laax in Switzerland.

Laax offers top ranking parks that host such events as the Burton European Open and the British Open.

Snowboarders travel from far and wide to experience the park riding in Laax. These parks match Mammoth, Park City and others that have been featured in the Xbox game Amped. Riders like Shaun White and Kevin Pearce know that to be top ranked, you can only show your best here!

Girlie Camps Photo: event hostFree riding is ideal in neighboring Flims, well known for steep terrain cliffs and big drops. Girlie Camps has an exclusive set up with lodging in the Curnius building. It's a great feeling waking up on the mountain at 1800 m and know that there is only another 50m to the world-famous Laax Pipe.

After 4 nights campers move down to stay at The Riders Palace, a hotel specially designed for skiers and snowboarders. 

“After 6 years with Girlie Camps around Europe I am so proud to start the co-operation with K2 Snowboarding. It’s great to meet the crew and riders from K2 Snowboarding. Together we will work to make the best camp ever!” says Marika Borg, founder of Girlie Camps.

The 2010 Girlie Camps in Laax are bound to be an amazing opportunity to sharpen up those snowboarding skills. 

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