Whistler Summer camp options - Treeline or Camp of Champions
I searched the forum, and I didn't seen any details about Treeline Camp or a comparison with Camp of Champions. I'm looking to attend one of them this summer in Whistler, and I'm hoping for some feedback.
Here's my interests:
-I'm in my upper 30s. Treeline has an adult week, CoC doesn't. I could hang with younger people if the overall park/learning was better, but I'm wondering if many "old" people go to CoC
-Quality Coaching is important, and I'm planning on working hard with lots of laps. I don't care how famous the coach is, but how well they can teach me.
-My priorities are 360s (just starting them on tabletop/gap jumps), maybe 540s, wildcats, tamedogs, boardslides.
-I don't need the biggest jumps, but a nice variety of small and medium ones (maybe starting large ones), and rails would be nice. Unless I'm missing something, Treeline's park looks more limited from videos.
-Trampoline training for spin and flip practices
-Demo boards are nice to try a variety of boards and not have to take a couple options with me. I know CoC has this with my favorite brands. Would they let people at Treeline demo boards?
Any experiences or input on either of these camps would be greatly appreciated.