The Canyons Resort
Holly Flanders, two-time Olympian, runs three-day women's workshops for skiers of all abilities, Feb. 6-8, and March 6-8. Former Olympian and Pro-Mogul World Champion Sean Smith runs two-day mogul clinics for anyone 13 and older, Feb. 14-15 and March 13-14.
Deer Valley Resort
Heidi Voelker, three-time Olympian, runs Women's Weekend specialty clinics, Feb. 6-8 and Feb. 27-29.
Crested Butte Mountain Resort
Kim Reichhelm, a two-time world extreme ski champion, runs one of the country's leading all-women ski clinics, Feb. 29-March 5.
Steamboat Ski and Resort
Olympic medalists Billy Kidd and Nelson Carmichael run ski clinics throughout the season, some free. Carmichael also coaches bumps camps for the Billy Kidd Performance Center, where skiers of all ages and abilities can get instruction.
Great Glen Trails
Sue Long Wemyss, a medalist in the 1984 Winter Olympics, runs cross-country ski lessons and clinics for men and women.
Jackson XC Ski Center
Pat Weaver, a two-time Olympian, teaches Nordic skiing to groups and individuals, plus regular training sessions that cover everything from technical skills and training schedules to nutrition and equipment.
Stratton Mountain Resort
2002 Olympic gold and bronze medalist Ross Powers runs a snowboarding camp for intermediate and advanced snowboarders at Stratton, March 24-26.
Two-time US Olympian Doug Lewis codirects the ski school and offers NASTAR and private/group lessons. For the 2003-04 season, Lewis and John Egan, an extreme skier, are launching Ski + Ride School, a new program that combines racing and adventure skiing.
Mad River Glen
Former US telemark team member Heather Paul runs her Ultimate Groove Telemark Clinic for women, Feb. 21-22. Sally Knight Utter, Mad River Glen's race director, offer a master's racing clinic in February or March (date to be announced).
Seth Westcott, the 2003 FIS World Championship silver medalist, runs snowboarding camps at Sugarloaf.