Hey everyone….just a quick day in the life here in Utah as we film for the new Think Thank video Right Brain, Left Brain…
Chris Beresford already picked up his pony!
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HCSC Early Registration Discount: Ends Sunday 01/10/10
It’s that time of year to start planning your summer shredding sessions. If you’re already worried about summer approaching, don’t fret! High Cascade is already offering some early registration discounts!!
Reserve your camp spot before January 10th 2010 and get the HCSC Early Bird Discount. You’ll have the choice of $100 off the price of your summer camp tuition or a Free Pony*! *Please note, pony supplies are limited, once ponies are sold out (which will be immediately), you may instead choose a custom HCSC hoodie and an HCSC backpack!
All it takes is a $400 deposit online or by phone with a VISA/MC to reserve your spot.
Balances aren’t due until April 30th (with payment extensions available to those in need).
Not sure which session will work with your summer schedule yet? Just register for any session, and change sessions later, as needed, with no transfer fees (future session changes are permitted based on availability).
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Don’t go thinking I just met my bride-to-be. No, La Rosa is a van and a guy named Sebastien owns her. She is big, red, has duallies on the back, and a grained-wood interior. She has a sink, dual benches, storage, and, with a little effort, you can fit a dozen shreds and gear in her to go riding at Termas de Chillan. A worthy object of affection indeed.
Termas de Chillan lies a five hour train ride and two hour bus ride south of the Chilean capitol of Santiago and is where I spent the last three days with the K2 Snowboards crew. Despite warm weather, rain, snow, sleet, and limited sleep, we managed to find a lot of fun features to ride amongst the expansive, rolling volcano upon which the resort is built. From the dragon’s tail, a gnarled, curve tree to natural quarterpipes and gully slashers, Termas delivered in less than epic conditions. It was three fun days of riding on sketchy, curved pomas and dilapidated doubles with trees trying to hook your board off and nights gambling in the casino at the resort amongst the Chilean bourgeoisie.
But three days isn’t long and we are now back in Farellones for three more days of sun-drenched riding at the triple resorts of La Parva, Valle Nevado and El Colorado, where road runs beckon and a reasonable park keeps the jib-friendly occupied. But it feels like something is missing—riding the resort shuttles just seems to lack a bit of character after our time in Chillan.
Photo: The Crew
Viva La Rosa—and here’s to more good riding in the southern hemisphere.
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The sun is out, the snow is slushy and the rope tow is in full effect. High Cascade’s park has made some excellent improvements this summer. This video showcases some of the K2 board-riding staff groovin’ out via rope tow. enjoy…