Continuing its assault on the snowboardingworld, Chorus Snowboards has announced an alliance with High CascadeSnowboard Camp (HCSC) for a women’s only snowboarding camp atMt. Bachelor, Ore. April 5-7. The announcement comes on the heels of theintroduction of Chorus’ apparel line at the recent SnowSports IndustriesAmerica trade show, and team rider Janna Meyen’s explosive return tocompetition at the Winter X-Games and the Snowboarding World Championships.
Team riders Leslee Olson, Roberta Rodger, Cara-Beth Burnside and Janna Meyenwill coach the 3-day program, designed for women riders of all abilities.Elements of the program include improving existing skills, teaching newtechniques and building confidence. The $395 fee includes lift tickets,on-hill breakfast and lunch, professional snowboard instruction, demoequipment, camp t-shirt and giveaway prizes at the end of the session.
“This camp grew from the rapidly growing demand of young women insnowboarding,” said Victoria Malendoski, Executive Director of High Cascade.”The Chorus team, with some of the top female pros in the business, is aninspiration to all women and the perfect fit for this camp.”
For 13 years High Cascade has provided camps regarded among the best in theworld. The highly qualified and carefully screened staff provides camperswith an unparalleled level of instruction and a ratio as low as two campersper staff member. High Cascade staff are certified in American Red CrossFirst Aid and CPR and are selected based on their relevant work experience,qualifications, maturity level, reliability, enthusiasm and overall abilityto provide a positive and supportive environment for our campers. Nearly75% of staff members return from year to year.
Chorus snowboards are built with women in mind, offering customized flex andshape with a strong focus on freestyle performance. Although each riderworked with an artist to design a graphic to suit her personality, Chorusboards are not signature models. The team worked together closely to test,ride and collaborate on design of the entire line.