Coaches Caroline Gleich (22) Olivia Akerley (18) and Elise Borelli (16) led the camp in some standard stretches before a big day of jumping.
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Campers practice on mats before heading over to the trampolines and finishing at the water ramps. Here, a camper demonstrates the right way to do a front flip by tucking her head in.
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Trampolines were introduced to help the girls learn how if feels to be suspended by air for a period of time. Here, a girl spots her landing.
The camp was held at Utah’s Olympic Park, the site of the 2002 Winter Olympic Freestyle Ariel event. For more information on Olympic Park camps visit olyparks.com.
Like Jessica Kunzer (26) is doing here, campers practiced keeping upright and balanced when jumping in order to have more control over their bodies.
There are plenty of girls’ ski camps out there. Check out Wendy Fisher’s Camp, Girlie Camps in Switzerland, or Windell’s.
A young camper gets her wetsuit ready before a day on the water ramps.
Coach Caroline Gleich has a blog about her life as a freeskier and has written about her experience at the Pop Drop. To check it out go to, carolinegleich.com
Cora (10) checks out the pogo stick she won from SheJumps while a friend scarfs some ice cream.
SheJumps was a co-sponsor of the Roxy Pop Drop. To check out more about the online magazine and trips they have planned, go to shejumps.com
Girls scramble to the top of the big jumps which can lift skiers 60 feet or so off the ground.
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One of the youngest campers takes the plunge.
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One girl perfects her 180 before splashing into the pool.
Coach Caroline Gleich is also a USAA Level II Freeride coach. To check out more about Caroline’s life in the ski industry, check out Mallory’s interview with her.