Summer Camp Options

 

Mt. Hood & Beartooth Pass Camps

Windells at Mt Hood, OR - June 26 - July 3 

Early registration: $2300 ($500 non-refundable deposit due by May 8)

Late registration: $2500 ($500 non-refundable deposit due by May 29)

*Ages 10+ are permitted to travel and stay with the team.  

**Ages 8-9 are recommended to stay with their parents, but special exceptions may be granted on PD's approval.  

Full Trip Payments are due 2 weeks prior to departure.  

Any cancellations made less than two weeks from trip departure will be subject to the non-refundable deposit and any fees incurred by the team as a result of third party cancellation policies.

We will have access to the private camp features and the public park at Mt Hood as well as the upper mountain steep terrain.  In addition to the on snow facilities the afternoons will be filled with some of the following activities:

  • Skateboarding
  • Trampolining
  • Mountain Biking
  • Cliff Jumping / swimming

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Beartooth Pass - Red Lodge, MT - June 16 - 19

Early Registration Cost - $1,000 ($500 non-refundable deposit due by May 8)

Late Registration Cost - $1,200 ($500 non-refundable deposit due by May 29)

We are heading up to the Beartooth Pass this spring/summer for some close to home shredding.   The landscape up there is incredible and there are rumors of over 700" of snow this winter so things are looking to be filled in through June.  

As there is the first official IFSA competition of the 19/20 season being held at the Beartooth Basin Ski Area on June 18 - 19 (link here), we are planning to host a camp from June 16 - 19 that surrounds this event.  This would give us a few additional days to get out with Beartooth Powder Guides for a guided backcountry excursion.  

  

We will be planning to stay in a campground setting with heated "bare-bones" cabins and hot showers.  This trip is guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience and we highly recommend it for anyone who is interested in big mountain skiing and riding, or simply curious about the terrain on the Beartooth Pass.