So-Gnar Snowboard Camp Tour: Buck Hill, MN

From So Gnar via YouTube:

The 2nd stop of the 8th Annual So-Gnar Snowboard Camp Tour was taken over by 686 and Echelon Snowboards as regional tour partners. Buck Hill has been one of the longest running stops on the tour. The weather was chilly, with fresh snow on Sunday mixed with some sunshine and the private park set-up was ultra creative with a classic Minnesota tow rope to offer the fast laps opportunity to multiply the amount of progression for each of the campers.

The Camp energy was great, very highly energetic and passion filled with kids and adults of all ages contributing. We had a full camp went off once again with a packed turn-out of good people. We had a great weekend of learning new tricks, expanding our creative selves and building friendships around the globe. The park was constructed with multiple levels of features offered as the Zumiez couch, So-Gnar bonk, Woodward at Copper up box, multiple pole jams and a great variety of Buck Hill park features.
Big ups to the Buck Hill staff once again for supporting the Snowboard Camp Tour and providing us with top-notch hospitality! Great video edit by Drew Hastings Media

Our awesome sponsors include: Zumiez, Zeal Optics, Bern Unlimited, 686, POW Gloves, EVOL Foods, Jammy Pack, Rollei Actioncam, Omni Promotional, DieCutStickers.com, SnowboardMag, Remind Insoles, Stance Socks, BOA Technology, Grassroots, OneBallJay, Zinka, Unequal, and Steez Magazine.

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