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I made this video to show somewhat what it's like to be in Next Level Summer Camps. I tried to record most of what we did in one day and incorporate it all into an edit. This definitely didn't turn out exactly how I wanted it too, being that theres a lot of fast forwarded clips and it gets boring, but theres a couple smaller parts in the edit that I think are enjoyable. I have the fast forwarded clips in this video to show how and where everyone travels at the camp, you do take a bus to and from the bus stop to the mountain, but you walk or skate everywhere else. I'll start with the cons, I think its pretty dope having a camp that lets you skate around a university (loaded with spots,) to get everywhere, but when your going to someplace like lets say the skatepark, you pretty much always have to skate all the way there which can get tiring asf, especially if you're someone who doesn't want to go but your whole group does. However, you and your group can opt not to go anywhere on free time, and just sleep or chill around the dorms, but you will always have to skate or walk to and from breakfast, lunch and dinner. Another bad thing is the main lift broke down 2 years ago, midweek during the second session of camp, I came back this year, a year later and the lift is at least running, however it can only hold 3-4 people at once. So, before you complain that I'm complaining, lemme go to the pros. Im not gonna say everything good about the camp because that could go on for a while so lemme just fast forward this too and go over my favorite parts. To start, you still have a lot of freedoms in this camp, and theres pretty much always something to do to have fun. In specific, you are able to ski during the summer without having to travel across the country, you have the option to go to the skatepark, workout in a huge gym, play basketball, soccer, dodgeball, and you can swim, or you can just chill and catch up on sleep. Not to mention how you always have the option to ski at least twice a day, being the morning instruction and then the night sessions and even the time in between if you really want. Overall, this camp is tight asf and I would recommend it, its a perfect place for any east coast shredder that wants to keep the shred alive in the summer. Comment and let me know what you think of the edit, something I could do better or something you wanna see a video of.