i havent been to high north, but i have been to windells. so i can tell you what i liked and what i didnt like
tons of good skateboarding. if you skate, you d love it there
good atmosphere on and off hill. everyone was really friendly even if you werent good at skiing/skating whatever.
good park, big lane, lots of stuff to hit.
decent public park, and apparently if you go mid july its even sicker.
decent housing (road house)
lots of younger kids (not a con if you are younger)
some sessions are packed with tons of kids
its a snowboard, skateboarding, and skiing camp, so not all focused on skiing like high north is.
if you dont skateboard at all, you could find yourself a little bored. unless you wanna try. or you could sit at the trampoline for a while or play knock out.
no lift for park. (there is palmer, but it closes at 1 30 and you have to cut out of the park a little early to get to it.
These kinds of threads are stupid. All the camps are sick. I went to HN this year and met many coaches from Momentum and COC. All care about what they are doing, all have *different* kinds of lanes. HN has the best lane flow on the Blackcomb glacier (people, it is NOT on Whistler, it is IN Whistler -- there are TWO mountains, not one, in Whistler). And HN has the best progression from small to medium to large rails / boxes and jumps, and this year they had two sick step-ups, medium and large. Also the benefit with HN is a smaller camp size (especially week 1, only 30 campers!!). Momentum has sick advanced rail features, like the wall ride and crazy s-rails and things, and they are very inventive. They also have a smaller camp size. Both Momentum and HN share a t-bar, which isolates them from the glacier crowds. As for COC, yes they have a HUGE, sick park, which rocks if you are advanced enough to rip it, but they also share a t-bar with the public, and they also have way, way bigger sessions. Dave Murray I'm not so hot on due to its location at the bottom of the glacier, but it's cheaper, and a good alternative to the expense of the others. As for Windell's, it sounds to me like a good 'summer camp' experience (much more controlled, and for the kids, perhaps better), whereas the Whistler camps have adult campers & a Whistler village party life...