3. Camp of Champions
COC slays summer camping in Whistler. When you come to COC, you are in the center of the Whsitler Village. The Camp of Champions packs so many, jibs, jumps, rails, hits, Big Air Bags and features into their park it’s ridiculous. Mark McMorris, Torstein Horgmo, Stale Sandbech, Seb Toots, and Maxence Parrot call it home for the summer… and you know how good their winters were, they won pretty much every event. The US, Canadian and Norwegian National Slopestyle Teams all have selected COC as their place to train for the summer, in order to get ready for the 2014 Olympics.
COC isn’t all about superstar shreds, it also has amazing beginner and intermediate parks. With hands on, one-on-one coaching from some of the biggest names and also from the best up and coming pros you’ll feel like you are filling your bag of tricks with both hands.
Campers stay in luxury too. The Holiday Inn is their new home right in the heart of Whistler. The skatepark is across the street, mini golf is a block away one way, The driving range a block the other way, Starbucks, Earl’s Restaurant and Mongolie Grill and the movie theater are right downstairs. Bungee Jumping, paintball and Bounce Trampoline Academy and two lakes are a couple minutes away. Whether you are under 19 or over 19, you will have the best time ever at COC, there is nothing like it.
Length: 5- to 8-day sessions, June 30–July 25
Price: Camp session start at $995
Max Campers per Session: 150