Valcourt, QC, – BRP’s Ski-Doo snowmobiles and Carl Kuster have joined forces in creating a new riding camp designed to deliver an unparalleled mountain snowmobiling experience. Riders will have the chance to try the latest Ski-Doo technology from BRP, learn from recognized backcountry experts, and hone their riding skills while having a great time in the deep powder snow of British Columbia.
With two spectacular locations offering riding that ranges from big meadows of fresh powder to play in to super technical steep-and-deep inclines, and even unique glacier areas, the camp has something for everyone and every ability. Classes offered will be one, two or three days long for skill levels from intermediate to expert. Attendees can bring their own sled or rent a state-of-the-art Summit at a special rate.
“Creating a permanent place for our loyal snowmobile customers to experience all the best in mountain riding, while using the newest sleds and clothing from BRP, has been a vision of ours for a while now.” said Robert Lumley, vice president of Sales and Marketing Ski-Doo and Sea-Doo. “Partnering with Carl Kuster Mountain Park brings it to reality in a stunning way. Everything from the experience and instruction to fantastic riding areas and great hospitality, this is a combination our dealers and customers will truly appreciate“
Carl Kuster grew up riding in the back-country of Alberta and British Columbia for 20 years before leaving to race snocross at the highest level in North America with Blair Morgan Racing. But every spring he returned home to his real passion of backcountry riding and exploring. Although fiercely competitive, Kuster is modest and friendly by nature and thrives helping people push their limits and gain confidence in all aspects of mountain riding.
“Making Carl Kuster Mountain Park a premier destination for mountain riders has been my dream for over ten years,” said Carl Kuster. “Partnering with BRP gives our team the opportunity to realize that dream and to share our great riding areas and passion with everyone coming through the camps.”
Instruction and improving skills will be a big part of what the camps offer, and people will be learning from some of the best mountain riders around. Carl with have some interesting guest instructors join him throughout the year, including Rob Alford, Rob Hoff, Vincent Clarke and Dave Norona. There will be also be specialty events like ladies-only or mountain beginner camps added as demand and time permit. People can also set up their own private group rides and themes.
To reserve a riding experience at CKMP, riders can sign up on line at: http://www.carlkuster.com or contact them at 250-836-3058.