Words by Riley Snyder

Photos by Darcy Bacha, Erik Hoffman & Riley Snyder

Mt. Hood, Oregon is home to a lot of summer ski and snowboard camps, but none compare to Windells. With the largest private lane on Hood and the biggest skate park in the Pacific Northwest, Windells manages to keep every session fresh with new events and new parks.

Not a “traditional” double but still just as hard. Photo: Darcy Bacha

Ocho showing the kids how to use the Bag Jump. Photo: Darcy Bacha

How hard would you hustle up the hill for some free Saga? Photo: Darcy Bacha

Dane Tudor showing some style. Photo: Darcy Bacha

Alex Falkenstein getting the grab on the pole jam. Photo: Riley Snyder

Oh hey, more mute grabs! Photo: Darcy Bacha

Cody Lee is a Head Counselor but he still kills it! Photo: Erik Hoffman

Windells Academy coach Jeff Curry pressing those tails. Photo: Erik Hoffman

Yes, that is a Bag Jump made for the pipe. Photo: Darcy Bacha

The pipe got quite a bit of use this session from numerous teams that showed up along with pros and campers alike. Despite a few days of bad weather, campers managed to reach their goals and then had two of the sunniest days yet to continuously stomp what they had learned.

Skating doesn’t get much better eh? Photo: Darcy Bacha

The Windells Campus was popping off as per usual with numerous activities and skating to fill the time while not on hill. Capture the Swag gives campers an opportunity to get a lot of free stuff, but not without making it to the other side.

Capture the Swag? Photo: Erik Hoffman

Planking is so hot right now. Photo: Erik Hoffman

Luka was trying to hit the big jump but luckily he just speed checked it and didn’t actually send it. Photo: Darcy Bacha

 

Keep an eye out for Session 4, which is Inspired Media Concepts Week.


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