Mount Snow Hosts Kelly Clark Camp

Ride With Vermont’s Finest

Mount Snow, Vermont (December 16th, 2003) – Mount Snow will play host to2002 Olympic Gold Medallist Kelly Clark’s snowboard camp. Recognized by herpeers and media as one of the most influential females in Sports and winnerof the 2002 X-Games Halfpipe Gold, both Halfpipe and Quarterpipecompetitions at the 2002 US Open, 2002 ESPY “Action Sport Athlete of theYear” recipient and 2002 Action Sports Awards “Female Rider of the Year”,Kelly will return home to Mount Snow from January 2 – 4, 2004 with other topriders and snowboard coaches for this unique snowboarding opportunity.

This is an exclusive opportunity to join Clark along with a crew of othertop riders for a 2-day no-holds-barred training session in halfpipe; terrainpark and rail slide disciplines. Intermediate and advanced riders, ages 8 to21, are invited to join some of today’s top competitors for this uniqueevent.

Clark has established herself as a leader in the women’s snowboarding arena.This year Kelly has planned a more diverse competition schedule and has hersights set on expanding into freeriding and filming. This year Clark willcompete all over the world and attend a number of major Burton sponsoredevents and a number of Slopestyles, Quarterpipes, and Rail Jams. She has sether riding goals high and along with having fun, she will continue to pushthe standards of women’s riding.

Camp includes 2 days of coaching, welcome party on Friday evening, lunch onSaturday and Sunday, and Saturday evening party. This exclusive snowboardcamp (January 2 – 4, 2004) is $229 per person, excluding lift ticket. Spaceis extremely limited. To register please contact a Mount Snow reservationsspecialist at 800-245-SNOW or 802-464-8501.

About American Skiing Company

Headquartered in Park City, Utah, American Skiing Company is one of thelargest operators of alpine ski, snowboard and golf resorts in the UnitedStates. Its resorts include Killington and Mount Snow in Vermont; SundayRiver and Sugarloaf/USA in Maine; Attitash Bear Peak in New Hampshire;Steamboat in Colorado; and The Canyons in Utah. More information isavailable on the company’s web site,