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    Posted: Apr/22/2011 at 11:34am
hey all,
does anyone know what resorts might be open in the beginning of august? i know windells and high cascade have camps in oregon, but are there any resorts where i can just ride the park, without the expensive coaching?

timberline, maybe?

thanks!

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  Quote hana24 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/22/2011 at 11:37am
Originally posted by pibimbap

hey all,
does anyone know what resorts might be open in the beginning of august? i know windells and high cascade have camps in oregon, but are there any resorts where i can just ride the park, without the expensive coaching?

timberline, maybe?

thanks!


yes timberline is open to the public and you can ride there without having to pay for the camps.  they have a public park set up too. 

or you can go to the southern hemisphere
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timberline for sure. 
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  Quote SunFish Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/22/2011 at 3:46pm
If you are going to Timberline anyway, why not just go to High Cascade? You go on your own, you pay $45 for each liift ticket, food housing, rent a car to drive the hour from the airport and up to the hill each day, and you still have to ride the public areas. Camp includes all that (no rental car, they drive you everywhere) plus afternoon activities, all the free next year's demo gear you want, skatepark, a lot of new friends to ride with, plus the coaching and awesome private parks that are for campers only. 7 day camp would average $285 / day versus ?$ for less benefits if you go on your own to the same place.
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  Quote gt4pwa Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/22/2011 at 3:57pm
If you can get to NZ the boarding is awesome @ that time of year. My Wife and I were in Queenstown and it was amazing!
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public park at hood is always good. normally a 3 -5 jumpline ranging from 20 to 60ish feet depending on the year.

rails are always good there too. lots of urbans and boxes.

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are there any resorts in Alaska open that long?
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Could head over here to the alps....Wink
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i wish mine would but i like in a crappy state lol
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  Quote mech9t5 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/23/2011 at 5:23pm
southern hemisphere is the best in august  i did 9 days in chile last year for around 1800$

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  Quote bmorse Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 9:15am
The High Cascade Camp sounds like a good deal. It's preety expensive for 7 days, but sounds like you get alot for your money. If I didn't have kids and wasn't married, I'd definitely save up and head to High Cascade.
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mt. hood should be open.
i know mammoth is open til 7/4
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wow, never realized mammoth was open that late. will have to look into that this season.
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B.C has some resorts
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  Quote ctoma Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 4:26pm
Originally posted by bmorse

The High Cascade Camp sounds like a good deal. It's preety expensive for 7 days, but sounds like you get alot for your money. If I didn't have kids and wasn't married, I'd definitely save up and head to High Cascade.

Married with kids and planning on going to either High Cascades or Windell's next summer.  In the process of convincing 3 or 4 friends to join me.  My wife understands my obsession and has given me the green light. 
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  Quote carlosjj Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 8:35pm
Anyone ever done one of these Camps?

I would love to try one over the summer for an intro to the Park and to learn or have someone with me teaching me about the jumps, boxes and rails.

I was checking these parks and they look awesome.

Chile or Argentina were some of the things I was looking into but might just pay for a camp to learn some tricks and the Park mmmm

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  Quote derbytownjoe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/24/2011 at 9:23pm
Originally posted by ctoma

Originally posted by bmorse

The High Cascade Camp sounds like a good deal. It's preety expensive for 7 days, but sounds like you get alot for your money. If I didn't have kids and wasn't married, I'd definitely save up and head to High Cascade.

Married with kids and planning on going to either High Cascades or Windell's next summer.  In the process of convincing 3 or 4 friends to join me.  My wife understands my obsession and has given me the green light. 


HAHA your wifey rocks!
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australia or NZ.. actually don't bother with aus.. go NZ.. haha
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I may have to look into this....I really want to progress alot this coming year.
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  Quote turbo95sir Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 12:39am
gotta agree with all the posts about NZ. was there early in their winter last year and had a great effin time. the resorts around christchurch and queenstown are not to be missed. highly suggest you hit the club fields out there for a real local experience. even did my first heliboarding trip out there...won't ever forget that.
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  Quote ctoma Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 3:30am
Originally posted by derbytownjoe

Originally posted by ctoma

 

Married with kids and planning on going to either High Cascades or Windell's next summer.  In the process of convincing 3 or 4 friends to join me.  My wife understands my obsession and has given me the green light. 


HAHA your wifey rocks!

She definitely does.  On top of understanding my obsession she even made the switch from skier to snowboarder late this past season.
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  Quote EpicFAIL Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 5:05am
Timberline is the resort where High Cascades and Windells goes... There is a public section as well during the summer.  If you're interested in parks, go for it.
If you have the funds, however, I would chase the endless "winter" and head to the southern hemisphere for some actual snow.
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  Quote mech9t5 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/25/2011 at 5:33am
Originally posted by EpicFAIL

Timberline is the resort where High Cascades and Windells goes... There is a public section as well during the summer.  If you're interested in parks, go for it.
If you have the funds, however, I would chase the endless "winter" and head to the southern hemisphere for some actual snow.

I agree.  High Cascades isn't cheap unless you live near there.  I'd rather pay the same money to go to the southern hemisphere.  

I just booked a ticket to Argentina yesterday for $1000 Aug 13 - 23.  I think the overall trip will cost around $2500.  

Considering high cascades is $2000 not including airfare, I'd rather be in Ushuaia... 
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  Quote turbo95sir Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2011 at 7:31am
Originally posted by mech9t5

Originally posted by EpicFAIL

Timberline is the resort where High Cascades and Windells goes... There is a public section as well during the summer.  If you're interested in parks, go for it.
If you have the funds, however, I would chase the endless "winter" and head to the southern hemisphere for some actual snow.

I agree.  High Cascades isn't cheap unless you live near there.  I'd rather pay the same money to go to the southern hemisphere.  

I just booked a ticket to Argentina yesterday for $1000 Aug 13 - 23.  I think the overall trip will cost around $2500.  

Considering high cascades is $2000 not including airfare, I'd rather be in Ushuaia... 


i was just thinking the same thing. if you live on the west coast, flying to NZ is not really that expensive. you can get tickets for about $1000 and cost of living there is cheaper. i guess i didn't realize how much those camps were, but it's pretty outrageous considering you can be shredding NZ or SA for about the same price. i guess if you wanted to just do park all day and night, one of those camps is the way to go
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  Quote getkong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2011 at 7:49am
I try to not even think about snowboarding during the off-months. I have plenty of other sports to play, and it just makes me sad when I can't ride in the summer, so I concentrate on hockey & mountain biking.
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  Quote mech9t5 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/26/2011 at 10:22am
Originally posted by turbo95sir

Originally posted by mech9t5

Originally posted by EpicFAIL

Timberline is the resort where High Cascades and Windells goes... There is a public section as well during the summer.  If you're interested in parks, go for it.
If you have the funds, however, I would chase the endless "winter" and head to the southern hemisphere for some actual snow.

I agree.  High Cascades isn't cheap unless you live near there.  I'd rather pay the same money to go to the southern hemisphere.  

I just booked a ticket to Argentina yesterday for $1000 Aug 13 - 23.  I think the overall trip will cost around $2500.  

Considering high cascades is $2000 not including airfare, I'd rather be in Ushuaia... 


i was just thinking the same thing. if you live on the west coast, flying to NZ is not really that expensive. you can get tickets for about $1000 and cost of living there is cheaper. i guess i didn't realize how much those camps were, but it's pretty outrageous considering you can be shredding NZ or SA for about the same price. i guess if you wanted to just do park all day and night, one of those camps is the way to go

I did Chile last year for 9 days and (5 days shredding) for under $2k

The reason why these camps cost so much is because they have "pro" coaches who help you learn tricks.  They have that stuff down south too though.

There is a thread on the forum where a guy quoted $2700 including flights to Baraloche (Argentina), coaching, lift passes, breakfast/dinner, accommodations for 1 week.  Not including flights is about $1000 a week.  

Definitely a better deal... and there is actual snow not just the glacier.
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9 days in chile for $1800? thats quite a deal!
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NZ and Chile both sounds interesting!!!
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9 days in chile for $1800? thats quite a deal!

I stayed at hostels though.  $15 to $25 a night. 
Everything was relatively cheap.

The most expensive thing was the flight.
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  Quote ctoma Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/27/2011 at 4:34am
Originally posted by mech9t5

Originally posted by CharlieZima

9 days in chile for $1800? thats quite a deal!

I stayed at hostels though.  $15 to $25 a night. 
Everything was relatively cheap.

The most expensive thing was the flight.

Hostels?  Did you wake up one morning in a bathtub of ice missing a kidney?
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Originally posted by ctoma

Originally posted by mech9t5

Originally posted by CharlieZima

9 days in chile for $1800? thats quite a deal!

I stayed at hostels though.  $15 to $25 a night. 
Everything was relatively cheap.

The most expensive thing was the flight.

Hostels?  Did you wake up one morning in a bathtub of ice missing a kidney?

I think the movie hostel ruined it for most people!  lol

hostels are the best places to stay.  I actually prefer them over hotels... unless it is a really crappy one.  So much more fun to be able to meet people.

I stayed at one in Las Trancas in Chile and met some people who we rode with and ended up travelling with for a couple days.  It was great cause they spoke spanish and we didnt.

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In australia august is the best time for snow. I'm going down for the 2nd and 3rd week of august this year to Falls Creek, Victoria.
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mech9t5- where you headed in argentina? I did bariloche 2 summers ago, besides boarding in summer, can't beat the meat. You stopping at Buenos Aires right? Definitely a great summer boarding trip! The meat is honestly the best, definitely not hype. I actually squeezed Chile in on that trip as well, see that you did that. Its a better experience, in terms of snow and food :)
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mech9t5- where you headed in argentina? I did bariloche 2 summers ago, besides boarding in summer, can't beat the meat. You stopping at Buenos Aires right? Definitely a great summer boarding trip! The meat is honestly the best, definitely not hype. I actually squeezed Chile in on that trip as well, see that you did that. Its a better experience, in terms of snow and food :)
 
Why can't you beat your meat in Argentina?  Is that some kind of religious thing?
 
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Originally posted by kirium81

mech9t5- where you headed in argentina? I did bariloche 2 summers ago, besides boarding in summer, can't beat the meat. You stopping at Buenos Aires right? Definitely a great summer boarding trip! The meat is honestly the best, definitely not hype. I actually squeezed Chile in on that trip as well, see that you did that. Its a better experience, in terms of snow and food :)
 
Why can't you beat your meat in Argentina?  Is that some kind of religious thing?
 
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I will be going to Ushuaia and BA.  And yes, I will be stuffing my face with meat. 

explanation:  BBQ in Argentina is very famous.  Their steaks are considered the best in the world.
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Originally posted by kirium81

mech9t5- where you headed in argentina? I did bariloche 2 summers ago, besides boarding in summer, can't beat the meat. You stopping at Buenos Aires right? Definitely a great summer boarding trip! The meat is honestly the best, definitely not hype. I actually squeezed Chile in on that trip as well, see that you did that. Its a better experience, in terms of snow and food :)


Why can't you beat your meat in Argentina?  Is that some kind of religious thing?

-b


LOL, maybe they don't want their men to go blind or have hairy palms?

Originally posted by mech9t5

I will be going to Ushuaia and BA.  And yes, I will be stuffing my face with meat. 


Nice, you'll have a blast. Get ready to eat dinner at 12a and party until 6a, and repeat!
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Lol.
Thanks for all the suggestions lol.

My friend and I decided to pick up some powderpak and ride it with a self-made box :P Cheapest option. Though obviously not as awesome as Argentina...

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Originally posted by mech9t5

I will be going to Ushuaia and BA.  And yes, I will be stuffing my face with meat. 


Nice, you'll have a blast. Get ready to eat dinner at 12a and party until 6a, and repeat!

Ya.  I heard they eat late.  I don't know if I can handle waiting to eat food so late...
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