Half a metre of fresh powder and clear blue skies – need I say more?

Thursday 18th August 2016

The Year 12 PE camp was an exhilarating success with some great snow dumps which we got stuck into. The class skied and snow-boarded at Treble Cone for three days early in term three while staying in the outstanding Glendhu Bay Camp.


View from the top - Year 12 PE Camp, Treble Cone.
View from the top - Year 12 PE Camp, Treble Cone.

All boys had lessons and NCEA assessments while working on their skiing and boarding technique. The varied and challenging terrain at Treble Cone provided a fantastic environment for everyone from the beginner to the advanced skier/boarder.

A number of boys stood out with impressive attempts at 360’s, Jimmy Sinclair taking the prize for the 360 that did not look anything like a 360! A few of the first time skiers and snow-boarders showed outstanding grit and skill development to gain achieved grades. I am sure that for many this has wetted the appetite for more.


A model of focus and concentration.
Carving it up.
Waiting to carve some powder.
Too much powder!