The 2014 Line Skis Summer Camp expedition has wrapped up! For over the past six weeks, the Line Traveling Circus van has made a circuit to the top summer camp destinations in North America, traveling over 6,000+ miles. Here’s a look back at all the fun that took place!
Woodward At Copper
Camp of Champions
LINE Goes To Camp!
Pack your bags because we’re heading to SUMMER CAMP!
Join LINE SKIS athletes this summer at the top three destinations for post season skiing! Ski with your favorite athletes like LJ Strenio, Cole Drexler, Garrett Russell, Rob Heule and Will Wesson at Woodward at Copper, Camp of Champions and Windells. Don’t let your wizard tricks get rusty!
Sign up now for the following dates!
LINE Skis is taking over Session 2 at Windells Camp so make plans now to come hang out with the Traveling Circus for a week of park riding and pizza eating good times!
All campers that register for LINE Week (6/16 – 6/23) by May 30th will be entered in drawing to win next years LINE Afterbang skis.
*Must pay in full by May 30th to enter drawing for Afterbang skis
**All campers who have already registered for Session 2 will be entered in this drawing
Click here to register for LINE Session 2
Registration for Session #2 LINE Traveling Circus Week is now open and we look forward to seeing you there!
Temps are rising, gas is even MORE expensive and Windell’s has put out their first session edit.
Summer is now official.
Couple things to take notice:
- Andy Parry has left Pizza Hut and is now back on snow where he belongs, teaching kids weird stuff and backflips
- Jeff Curry’s effortless style is one thing we don’t think his students can replicate
- Will Wesson is absolutely ridiculous… he may be more comfortable on rails then most of us are on snow
Also make sure to check out the CRASH EDIT from Windells.
For those of you who haven’t made the summer pilgrimage to the mythical mountain that is Mt. Hood or are still thinking about it, here’s a playlist of our best memories from Hood over the years, just to push you over the fence.
Once finished, we suggest you get a crew together, save some gas money and pack a tent. See you there!
#5: Line Skis Team @Windell’s Camp Summer 2011
#4: Jeff Curry’s Wet Hot American Summer
#3: Traveling Circus 2.1 – Summer Jobs, Ski Bums & Mt Hood
#2: Traveling Circus 3.1 – Attack of the Sand People
#1: Traveling Circus 1.1 – Will & Andy go to Hood
Not only do we love Halloween for its epic parties, we also enjoy smashing pumpkins with Chronics! Line MC and Windell’s Head Coach Jeff Curry and friend Drew Stewart show off their version of Halloween from the barren slopes Hood.
The Line Skis Mountain Command Team is a mix of the most talented, unique and individual skiers in the world. How can a bunch of individuals be a team you ask? Their creativity is the bond that connects them, driving the voice of our brand and beating the drum of new ways to look at the mountain, the streets, backcountry and everywhere in between. We’re proud of these riders who every day bring something new to all aspects of skiing. Where there’s snow and enough room to slide on it, you’ll find Line MCs. Enjoy the edit and please purchase/download/watch the films in the list at the end to support the companies that support these riders and help push skiing to new levels.
Mt Hood is unique for the single fact that you can ski and jib twelve months a year. Spending my first summer working for Windell’s Camp as a Coach was a dream come true. Perfect jumps, rails, and pipe were combo’d with a bright blue sky and sunshine for weeks on end. While summer came to a close, Timberline created a private park for Windell’s Academy. As a new addition to the Windell’s Academy staff I began coaching and riding through September and October. Timberline has made it possible for a never-ending ski season.
This past week, a storm came threw the Northwest and buried Mt Hood with over three feet of snow. With a break in the weather and the sun shining through the clouds, Academy students jumped at the chance to go out and shoot some photos in the new snow. We scouted the first spot and we were all eager to build a small step down shooting out between two trees. After a few switch landings on my BLENDS and a large bomb hole, Nick Goepper and I looked for our next set up. We marched over to a tree gap that I had my eye on for the past two days.
With the new snow from the storm Timberline has opened its lower mountain. They were quick to install a really fun early season jib line serviced by the Pucci Lift Fridays through Sundays. The smell of winter is just around the corner and my fingers are crossed for a POW filled season. See ya in the HOOD.
Enjoy the exclusive Windell’s & Line Edit to see what went down this summer!
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