High Cascade goes East.
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This week: Salomon’s Mans Board
For the second year in a row, a man named Ian climbed into the golden washing machine as the champion of the High Cascade Spin Cycle Classic™. Last year, that Ian was Ian Thorley. This year, that Ian was Ian Hart. Hart’s win qualifies as a classic Cinderella-Story-Situation: an 18-year-old camper Sessions 2 and 3, […]
“I learned handplants today.”-Aaron Blatt. photo. Owen Ringwall While playing the role of East Coast school boy, Aaron Blatt combined his love of design and photography to earn a degree, have fun and kick-start a career that has now labeled him one of the brightest young stars in snowboard photography. […]
The crew at NXTZ is so excited about it’s new limited edition HCSC micro mesh tube, they shouted the entire press release. Between this, the Celtek gloves, and the other special edition HCSC stuff we don’t even know about yet, looks like camp store is the place to shop this summer! NXTZ IS HAPPY TO […]
30s Thursdays By Preston G. Strout Download Listen Because I run a summer snowboard camp that chooses to remain 100% Snowboarding in this age of action sports homogony, a few people out there have accused me of being a snow bigot. In light of these heinous allegations, I’d like to set the record straight. Just […]
Rollin’ Dirty… Ben Bogart is one of the few snowboarders that has figured himself out. He hasn’t followed any trends regarding his pant size, or eyewear choice, and has always snowboarded out of pure enjoyment. While so many snowboarders spend their time in the gym, going to bed early, and worrying about this and that, […]
Everyone needs more tubular meat in their lives. Meet the founder of the already legendary Cobra Dogs.
HIGH CASCADE SNOWBOARD CAMP SHREDS SNOWPARK NZ! High Cascade’s going down under and getting inverted this September 27 – October 4 at SnowPark NZ. We’ll be importing HCSC’s famed all-inclusive camp with professional coaching and oodles of off snow activities that will tire out the most organically shade-grown riders. Separate youth and adult programs keep […]