Ranked one of the top 10 resorts to ride by TransWorld SNOWboarding Magazine two years in a row, Mt. Bachelor is the wintertime home and training ground of HCSC, as well as pro-riders Josh Dirksen, Janna Meyen, Kevin Jones, Jason McAlister, Allister Schultz, and David Scaffidi.
Mt. Bachelor1s dedication to snowboarding is shown with it1s huge terrain park featuring tons of jumps, quarter pipes, spines, hips and table tops, plus a super fun Wallride. Not to mention, many of HCSC1s summertime favorite rails, as well Bachelor1s Signature Series rails, designed by Mt. Bachelor1s Freeride Team. Mt. Bachelor1s mini-park is a great place to start with fun boxes, rails and smaller sized hits. Their 400-foot long Superpipe with 17-foot walls offers smooth transitions. 3The park has been so fun this year, the park crew really have the jumps dialed. I feel so lucky to live at such a fun mountain where people travel from all over the world to visit,2 says HCSC1s Christy Chaloux.
Along with lots of riding time, High Cascade Spring Break Camp offers professional snowboard instruction, clinics and demos designed to improve campers1 riding. Campers are assigned coaches based on their ability level and area of interest. Flexible camp session dates run from March 21 to March 24. All camps include lift tickets, professional snowboard instruction, on-hill lunch, product giveaways, and a HCSC Spring Break Camp T-shirt.
High Cascade Snowboard Camp, in operation since 1989 is the world1s leading provider of authentic snowboard coaching programs and is accredited by the American Camping Association. HCSC offers camps throughout North America, Japan, and New Zealand, with specific programs for kids, adults, women, photographers, and skateboarders. Visit www.highcascade.com or call (800) 334-4272 for further details