Ever wonder where Olympic hopeful Shaun White practiced his mad snowboarding skills -- as a 6-year-old? He rode the slopes with the best of them at Whistler, British Columbia's Camp of Champions -- which just happens to be the official Alpine skiing venue for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
Founded in 1989 by legendary Canadian snowboarder Ken Achenbach, Camp of Champions offers campers aged 11 and up the chance to learn snowboarding, skiing or mountain biking from more than 40 of their chosen sport's top pros. And it's not just for kids: There's an Adult Week that boasts evenings out in the legendary Whistler nightlife, and even a Ladies' Week for women who prefer female coaches. Ladies can also choose a spa day and other special afternoon activities. Where do we sign up?
One lucky mom will receive the ultimate Camp of Champions prize: a five-day deluxe package that includes lift tickets, park access, breakfast, lunch, coaching for three days on the hill, an end-of-camp BBQ party, four nights' accommodation and transportation between Whistler and Vancouver International Airport.
Contest ends February 26, 2010, at 11:59 p.m. PST.
Note: Flight to Vancouver is not included.