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|04-12-2014 09:48 AM|
|drstone||im planning on making the trip down this summer too, gonna take my girlfriend and do the beginners thing with her so shes good to go for next season|
|04-12-2014 09:40 AM|
I'd be pretty pissed if I spent over $2k and it rained. Anyone know what the lodging situation is like? How many people do you have to share a room with?
Also, how busy is it up there in general?
|04-12-2014 08:01 AM|
I would do it as the day camp and camp out down the road, but I'm usually there anyway so the savings may not be the same for you. it is really variable, could be 70 And spring corn and it could by dumping snow.... Never know ....... or raining.
The instructors are top notch riders and teachers. There is usually a group of adults in camp too. Town is full of riders and a mix of ski racers also that lap the mtn.
|04-12-2014 07:37 AM|
|cav0011||I was also considering it, not able to justify the expense as the moment....gotta fix my yard....being responsible sucks|
|04-12-2014 03:30 AM|
Also curious about this
|02-06-2014 02:56 PM|
High Cascade Adult Hot Laps
So I'm thinking about doing an adult camp this summer or next. Came across the adult hot laps camp at High Cascade. Was wondering if anyone's done this program. Thinking about this over other programs (Windells) because I think I'd enjoy the freeride experience more than just park.
In general what I'd like to know is:
1. Is this something a working professional might enjoy (mid-30s). I know it's what you make of it, but I don't get a lot of vacation time and can think of other things to do with the time and money over the summer if there aren't similar campers to share the experience.
2. I understand Mt Hood isn't that great this year, but in general what are conditions usually like in late June?
Other thoughts would be much appreciated.