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Windells or High Cascade

I'm going to a summer camp in July, but can't decide which one. I've searched a bit and they both seem pretty awesome.
Have any of you been to either one? I heard its the most fun week you can have, and you progress greatly in the park, which is what i'm aiming for. And I heard you get a ton of free shit too! I'm 25 (on friday) so obviously I'll be one of the adult campers.

Any information about either of these camps would be greatly appreciated!
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I am partial to HCSC just because that's where most of the Capita pros teach and hang out. It is an amazing time. Also, I don't know if it was an April fool's prank or not but they announced that the two camps would merge.

Happy camping!
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Windells is more adult friendly and hcsc more kid friendly. I would choose hcsc though... Better snowboard coaches, better parks and terrain....

I have spent time at both base areas and On mountain facilities. We have visited there the last 5 summer's and my son will also be up there for a few sessions this summer.

The camps are kinda working jointly, windells wanted time in the pipe so they are now gonna get some through the arrangement...
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I'm going to a summer camp in July, but can't decide which one. I've searched a bit and they both seem pretty awesome.
Have any of you been to either one? I heard its the most fun week you can have, and you progress greatly in the park, which is what i'm aiming for. And I heard you get a ton of free shit too! I'm 25 (on friday) so obviously I'll be one of the adult campers.

Any information about either of these camps would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks!
Jordan
High Cascade is definitely beast, but this summer they are actually joining up so you won't have to pick. It's called We Are Camp. Do some research, you might want to go when that happening. I don't have all the details, but I know if you can't decide, well you don't have to! So definitely, sign up with HCSC because i loved it when I went there.
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