Spend the summer snowboarding with the world’s first-ever Olympic Slopestyle Gold medalists Sage Kotsenburg and Jamie Anderson and three-time Olympic Halfpipe medalist Kelly Clark. High Cascade Snowboard Camp will be hosting five 2014 Olympians along with past Olympian Signature Session™ Pros during Sessions One, Three and Five.

“High Cascade Snowboard Camp is the funnest place to shred in the summer! A camp full of good vibes, great people and an awesome setup makes the on and off hill experience amazing! You can be at any level and attend camp. From linking turns to double corks, HCSC has got it all and makes it a very fun environment, which leads to progression. I can’t wait for Session 1!” – Sage Kotsenburg

Signature Sessions™ at High Cascade entail more than just autograph sessions and sightings from afar. Campers get to snowboard, skateboard, and just plain chill-out with their favorite pro snowboarders. Enrolling in a Signature Session™ with Sage Kotsenburg and Jamie Anderson also grants campers the opportunity to check out their freshly adorned Gold Medals, ride the pipe or hit jumps and rails with two of the best snowboarders in the world.

 Both professional snowboarders and campers alike come to High Cascade for unmatched summer snowboard terrain. Pat Malendoski, builder of the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Halfpipe, builds and maintains High Cascade’s two private snowboard parks and superpipe, ensuring riders a top-notch park and pipe all summer long. Matching its world-class snow facilities is High Cascade’s impressive roster of non-Olympian, professional snowboard coaches. High Cascade’s coaching staff caters to all ability levels from aspiring Olympians to first time snowboarders, and everwhere in between.

·      Session 1: Sage Kotsenburg (Slopestyle gold medalist), Kelly Clark (Halfpipe bronze)

·      Session 3: Spencer O’Brien (Canadian women’s slopestyle team) 

·      Session 5: Jamie Anderson (Slopestyle gold), Danny Davis (U.S. men’s halfpipe team)

Sage Kotsenburg. PHOTO: Brandon Huttenlocher

Sage Kotsenburg. PHOTO: Brandon Huttenlocher