phobignarSo, now that I want to learn what would be your recommendation. I am considering camps like COC and Momentum but I dont know the vibe from the adult camps if i dont know anything for park yet. Should I just go to my local slope and try stuff?
I did my first 360 at the age of 19, and went to High North Ski Camp (RIP) that summer. Sure, some guys were younger than me - but it was totally fine. Sometimes really good to learn from the young hungry ones if you want to push yourself.
You're correct though, just go to your local slope and try shit. Ask others for tips. Get a crew together and push each other.
Then, if you can afford it - next summer sign up for a session of either COC or Windells (preferably Newschoolers week at either) and you'll progress a huge amount in a short period of time.
Welcome! Park is fun as shit, and you can't truly be an all-mountain skier without some skills in the park.
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