Northstar-at-Tahoe announces plans for dirt camp, tennis tourney
Northstar Dirt CampWhether a beginner, novice or a seasoned mountain biker, Northstar-at-Tahoe’s summer Dirt Camp series will shift anyone’s skills up a notch.Dirt Camp is an award-winning instructional and guide program offered at Northstar Aug. 18-19.Dirt Camp’s team of instructors includes professional racers, mountain bike manufacturers and physicians whose teaching styles are designed to meet the specific needs of the group.Each day, the class is divided into groups based on fitness and riding ability. Maximum camper to staff ratio is 6:1, offering personal attention to each rider. Beginners will enjoy more frequent rest breaks, a greater focus on skills development and a more relaxed pace. Faster, more technically proficient riders will participate in more challenging rides with instruction designed to hone their existing skills.Dirt Camp is $175 per person and includes two days of instruction and one lift ticket per day. Dirt Camp is also offered Sept. 8-9, and Sept. 22 -23.For more information and reservations for Dirt Camp, visit http://www.dirtcamp.com or call 800-711-DIRT. For lodging reservations, please call 800-GO-NORTH, or book on-line at http://www.skinorthstar.com.Open Tennis TournamentWhether a weekend warrior or an ultra-competitive tennis player, Northstar-at-Tahoe’s annual Open Tennis Tournament will be a hit for all who enter.Scheduled for Sept. 7-9, the tournament is open to both men and women who are level 3.0 to Open. Entrants can sign-up for singles, doubles and mixed doubles play.Top finishers in the open division can win cash prizes and a vacation giveaway. Trophies will be awarded to the top finishers in the other divisions. A Saturday night dinner is included with the entry fee.The cost is $25 for singles and $35 for doubles. The registration deadline is Aug. 27. Register by calling (530) 562-0321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Competition is set to begin at 8 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 9 at the Northstar Swim & Racket Club.
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