On The Road with Windells at Keystone Resort

Windells Summer Camp is taking a winter vacation! We’re packing our bags and gearing up for life away from Mt. Hood this season. That’s right, Windells is coming to you! Windells Camp ‘On The Road’ is visiting Keystone Resort, Brighton Resort, and Hunter Mountain for three separate weekends of fun activities, freestyle progression, product giveaways, professional coaching from the pros, and more.

We’re heading to The Rockies for the debut On The Road session. From January 11th to January 13th, A51 at Keystone Resort will become the “funnest” place on earth. Windells’ favorite summer staff members are joining in and pro snowboarder and skiers will be hanging out. This weekend camp is brought to you by Satellite Board Shop, Snowboard Magazine, Freeskier, and of course, Keystone Resort.

Dates: January 11th-January 13th, 2013

Prices: $299, or $259 with Season Pass

Register now

Price includes:
Two (2) Keystone Resort lift tickets
Private snowboard and ski coaching for all abilities
Activities and contests with On The Road sponsors
Meal vouchers
Visits from local pro athletes
Windells only section of A51
GoPro video review with coach
Tons of giveaway gear
Discounts on lodging in the area
Session closing pizza party

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