Mt. Hood, OR –
Last summer, when campers shredded High Cascade’s two private parks under the warm Oregon sunshine, they did so via a high-speed handle tow in The Main Park™ and via a high-speed quad in The Lap Park™. After the resounding success of adding a private rope tow, for summer 2010 HCSC will unveil a 800-foot long second private rope tow accessing even more terrain.
HCSC camp Director Preston Strout breaks it down like this: “After 20 years in operation, we’ve realized that people prefer getting pulled up the mountain by a machine over walking uphill all day… who knew? We’re putting this revelation to use and doubling the quantity of our pulling machines.”
Considering the fact that HCSC’s pipe is built by Planet Snow Design (builder of the US Open pipe), many people think that this new rope tow should service the halfpipe. What do you think?
100% snowboarding since 1989, High Cascade is the world’s only summer snowboard camp that isn’t part freeski camp. With two private parks and two private rope tows, HCSC provides snowboarders age 9 and over, of all abilities, genders and geographic upbringings a chance to snowboard from June.
August on real snow with professional coaches and all the marshmallows you can handle. For more information, or to register for camp, visit www.highcascade.com (on the Internet).