Pro snowboarders to take over Windells Summer Sessions

Windells Summer season to launch with Session One June 6th

Windells will launch its summer season June 6th with several top snowboard pros scheduled to take part in the action.  Among those attending in camp this summer are: Forest Baily, Will Bateman, Dylan Alito, Celia Miller, Sarka Pancochova, Brandon Reis and Nick Visconti. For a complete list, log on to Windells.com.  Session spots are available although limited.  Windells is offering $200 discount to those college students who sign up for Session One only.

Campers will be greeted by the best snow conditions in the country on Mount Hood. One of the on-hill highlights of Windells Camp is its snow park stretching over a mile and a half long making it the biggest in North America.  The Windells Demo Lab will be loaded with 2013 gear giving campers the first to get a glimpse of and demo gear from manufacturers such as Burton, Libtech and Salomon.   Windells Campus is also home to over 89,500 sq feet of skateable terrain including The Concrete Jungle, Backyard Bowls, Courtyard Plaza and B.O.B. (aka Building Out Back).

Those who attend the camp have the option to stay overnight or just attend daily. Prices are $1599 for the week for day camp and $1769 for overnight and include; lift tickets, instruction, food, prizes, transportation, supervision, video review, camp activities and more. The campus is 100% private and the sponsor cabins provide comfortable lodging for all campers.  To register log on to windells.com.

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