Dude its really opinion. Depending where you live, windells could be closer and cheaper. but if you want to spend a little extra, you could do a whistler camp. Whichever one you choose the both rock, you cant go wrong with either one of them. there are threads on this if you search
Head Skis= awesome!!!
Bogus= poop Tamarack= chocolate!
ive never been to any of the whistler camps but if i had to choose one from hood it would definatly 100% be mount hood summer ski and snowboard camp. they are by far the nicest most generous people out during the summer. the coaches are all awesome and not stuck up dick pro skiers and you will auctually learn everything you want to. the jump line is amazing the the rails are always perfect. windells is cool for the variety but if your really want to learn and not just dick around for fun cuz ur rich id would definatly say mount hood summer ski and snowboard camp
momentum just got HN's old lanes so it will be the same size, maybe bigger than the others - but they are all good, momentum has really good coaches and also moguls if you want to learn how to actually ski, hehe
And I almost went crazy, but then I looked at my bracelet, What would Jesus Do...
So I lit him on fire and sent him to Hell. - Daniel Tosh
COC has a sick park, but it's crowded, coaches don't really coach that much, and is full of boarders.
I'm going to Momentum because it's all skiers and sick coaches that teach, and a sick park with new room from the old High North lane.
Windells sounds good, but I live in Vancouver, so going there would be kinda pointless with Whis only 2 hours away.
the best place to practice over the summer: much less bank too
ps, thats not really my rail, props to whos evers it is though.
a friend of mine from new england was driving through georgia on a road trip and he ends up getting pulled over for speeding. the cop goes "son you were goin 80 in a 60. no one goes that fast through georgia." my friend responds with "well, Sherman did"
Haha COC really isn't that crowded. It's got a REALLY good vibe to it, and even when you do have to wait to hit shit you end up talking to other kids and coaches and you all help eachother out. Why is a park being "full of boarders" a bad thing..? Isn't that what it's like at home..?
Well, whatever, I went to Camp of Champs last year and had an amazing time. I'm going again this year and it'll be even better. So excited.
But hey, to each his own.
yea dude, for poor dudes like us that's soo fun, but if i had the money i'd be all over a camp this summer. i love just hittin a rail in the summer though, i can progress a lot. it's a lot of work though if there's no snow
Not really...theres like, one point during the day that they get long, but then you can just hike the rail garden or something..it's not that big of a deal at all haha. Even when they do, like I said before, you end up talking to kids and getting advice/feedback, etc. It's pretty cool.