Amber Holt of Backcountry Basics has announced she will be opening a 2000-acre technical snowmobiling training center in Island Park, ID, for the 2011-12 season. This center is in addition to the original base location in McCall, ID, and the Arctic Cat Dealer Hosted Program which is conducted in several convenient locations dispersed throughout the Western, Midwestern and Eastern Regions.
“With the support of Arctic Cat snowmobiles, we continue to grow toward our goal as a worldwide educational resource every season,” Holt said. “I want to be able will to grow the passion stronger within the current enthusiast base out there along with introducing ‘new blood’ to this industry through an unintimidating approach.”
As an industry leader in the segment of fundamental snowmobile education Backcountry Basics will offer the very first man made snowmobile technical terrain center. This training center includes an onsite groomer that maintains the technical terrain course that is specifically designed for students to master and refine basic backcountry riding skills and techniques.
Just as a professionally trained Olympic athlete will train on the most basic training platform for the "Gold," Backcountry Basics has embraced this training concept and now can deliver it exclusively to clients.
Students will refine and learn new skills in a safe environment through in a closed course curriculum. The combination of Amber Holt’s advanced teaching concepts and the use of a man made training platform assures straightforward results efficiently.
The Backcountry Basics Snowmobile Training Center is another product of Amber Holt’s innovative drive for daily advancement in snowmobile education. Her unintimidating instructional delivery has grown to be known as a very popular choice, especially for that novice to intermediate rider seeking to advance in rider ability and knowledge.
For more info visit http://www.backcountrybasics.com. Or you can meet Holt in person as she will be presenting riding seminars at the SnoWest Snowmobile Shows this fall in Salt Lake City, UT, and Boise, ID.