Still have questions about camp? It’s not easy to wrap all the aspects of camp into one, giant moving picture burrito, but we’ve done it with the newest HCSC mini-movie This is High Cascade. We’ve done our best to address all your questions in this 24 minute video brochure. ——————————————————->
Don’t have 24 minutes to spare? Click on any of the links below to jump right to the section you want to see.
We know that you have many choices when it comes to summer camps so we want you to know what sets High Cascade Snowboard Camp apart from the rest . . .
When you are in the human experience business, your people are what make the difference and that could not be more true than at High Cascade Snowboard Camp. We have hundreds of applicants each year, selecting only small percentage to work for us. Then we train them better, pay them better, reward them and rest them better than any of our competitors. People are a point of pride for High Cascade.
Snowboarding is all we do. That means the jumps, rails, pipes and coaching are designed just for snowboarders.
Most other camps are only 7-days. We figure that if you’re going to get on a plane or jump in the car to get to Mt. Hood, you might as well stay awhile and get the most of your time and money. Don’t go home just when you are starting really progress on your snowboard and having fun. Stay 8-days at High Cascade . . . the best 8-days of your life!
We have never cancelled a session due to lack of snow. EVER.
It’s not so much that we have the most jumps, rails, freeride terrain and North America’s only 22′ Superpipe for snowboarders, it’s that they’re purpose-built for snowboarding and snowboard coaching (which means your rapid, safe progression). And our two parks are built by the best: Pat Malendoski, park building legend and builder of the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics Halfpipe.
Mt. Hood is the only mountain in North America where you can freeride on over two miles of groomed trails in the summertime. And Timberline’s two high-speed express quads making getting back to the top quick and easy.
High Cascade is only a short 6-mile drive to the lifts. . . that’s only 10 minutes. More time on the snow, less time on the road.
The picturesque alpine village of Government Camp, located at the 4000-foot level of Mt. Hood, is the closest village to the chairlifts. Not only the closest, Government Camp has all the life you’d want with Cobra Dogs, Volcano Cones, The Burton Demo Center, and other great little restaurants and shops to explore. Just taking a walk down main street to grab a hot dog is an experience in itself. Freedom within the confines of an amazing alpine village.
HCSC’s chalet accommodations are the nicest of any camp you may consider. The Chalets™ are set up like ‘home’ or vacation condos, with great interior decorations by camp sponsors, big screen TV’s, and plenty of couch space for all.
We don’t tack on extra fees for airport transportation, food, or activities. Simple and straight forward.
BASICALLY ANYONE who can’t make it through the summer without strapping into a snowboard.
If you’re a snowboarder* of ANY ability level between the ages of 13 and 18 years old – this is the place for you. Whether you come alone or with a friend, you’ll meet snowboarders, skateboarders and generally awesome people from all across the country and globe. *If you’re a skiier, come try our Soft Start™ program and learn to snowboard the easy way!
We have campers who have literally never seen snow and campers who are good enough to be pros. The supportive atmosphere at HCSC allows you to have a great time regardless of your skill level.
New to snowboarding? Fret not. Click here to learn about our Soft Start program for the first timers.
While our professional photo / video squad can’t make you look like an Olympic superstar, they’ll capture some of your time at camp so you can show your family and friends and re-live it yourself for years to come.
Each session, camp videographers scramble day and night logging and editing footage of the unique day-to-day camp happenings during the session. After days of filming and an all-night editing session, campers are presented with the Session Video Premiere on the last night of camp. The Session Video Premiere is a longtime camp tradition and just an all-around magical session-end experience for campers. And for $22 you can take this video home with you right after the premiere.
Add an optional Photo or Video shoot and leave camp with enough photos and footage to YouTube your Facebook off.
For one hour a High Cascade photographer will get as many shots as possible of you. A completed photo shoot results in 25+ action snowboard photos, five of which will be edited. Your photo shoot will be sceduled according to your ability level and you will be placed in a small group with other campers for the duration of your shoot.
You will be filmed by a High Cascade videographer hitting a feature or two for an hour and a half. Get after it and log as much footage as you can! You’ll be given all of your raw action video clips in high-def. Video footage is approximately 1-2 minutes in length. Your video shoot will be scheduled according to your ability level and you will be placed in a small group with other campers for the duration of your shoot.
Want your footage edited for you? For an extra $55 you can have all of your shots smoothly edited together with an introduction and music. This is a great option if you’re trying to get a ‘sponsor-me’ clip put together, or just want impressive, polished footage to show friends and family and/or put on your Facebook profile. CLICK HERE TO SEE A SAMPLE OF A CAMPER VIDEO SHOOT EDIT.
Keep in mind that even though you have the videographer filming you for an hour and a half, this does not mean your logged footage will be an hour and a half long. Watching yourself board, hike, and take the chairlift for nearly two hours straight wouldn’t be too fun anyway! Also keep in mind that pros film all season long to produce a one-minute video part (or even less than that sometimes!). Think about it; you hit a rail. How long does it take? Less than 10 seconds, right? Bottom line, we’ll document you shredding. And the edit will be real nice if you add that on. But, it will not be a 15+ minute totally sweet video of you. Because not even the best boarders out there can produce a totally sweet 15 minute video of themselves in a two-hour time period.
With this very limited premium video package, campers have the potential of up to five hours of filming scheduled over the course of four different shoot days. This premium package includes two one-hour private sessions with a filmer and involvement in two group filming sessions. This package is designed for campers highly interested and motivated to log lots of snowboarding footage and who want more personal control of their shoots. One of the private shoots does require the camper to snowboard on Activity Day, a day when campers would normally have the option of doing an activity such as whitewater rafting, skatepark tour, bowling and a movie, or paintball in lieu of snowboarding. Typically between 30%-60% of campers snowboard on Activity Day. Campers who have paid for the Deluxe Video Shoot should expect that they are scheduled to shoot on this day. Due to tight scheduling, a camper cannot make-up their missed one-hour private filming session if they opt to partake in an activity instead of snowboarding. You will receive a DVD with the edited high-definition footage on the last night of camp. This is an amazing opportunity to capture your snowboarding!
Campers thrive in small group shoots as opposed to riding alone; they generally encourage each other and motivate themselves better for the shoot. Campers will be grouped with three to seven other campers during their shoot(s). With these small group sizes, the photographer and/or videographer is more than able to get shots of each camper. Each camper is provided with their individual footage, i.e. the campers don’t end up with shared group footage/photos.
Once paid in full, no refunds are issued for cancelled shoots or no-shows. Campers are informed prior to their scheduled shoot day when their shoot will take place. Due to tight scheduling, campers cannot be rescheduled if they are unable/do not attend their scheduled shoot.
In the event weather prohibits us from being able to fulfill your scheduled photo or video shoot we will do our best to reschedule on the make-up day (last day on-snow). In the event your camper’s shoot cannot be rescheduled, a full refund will be given.
Due to tight scheduling, limited photographers and videographers, and only so many hours in the day, our photo and video shoots usually fill up. Once the session begins and the shooting schedule is made, camper shoots cannot be added.
A deposit equal to 25% of total purchase is due at the time of registration. Payment must be received in full by May 15, 2015. Any registrations made after this date must be paid in full at the time of sale with a VISA or MASTERCARD. Sorry we do not accept AMEX.
Paying for camp shouldn’t be a burden, so we’re offering easy payment plans to let you pay for camp in installments. Want Grandma and Grandpa to pitch in for camp? Easy – let them cover one of the installments. Start your payments in the fall or winter and have camp paid off by Spring! PLEASE NOTE: We do not offer payment plans within 60 days of the start of your session.
We are proud to offer the most lenient cancellation policy in the industry. Snowboarding is awesome, but sometimes life gets in the way and we don’t want to punish you for that. If you need to cancel your session please call 503.206.8520 to discuss your options, however a formal cancellation request must be made by email following the instructions below.
Cancel prior to 30 days before the start of your camp and receive a refund less a cancellation fee of 50% of the deposit up to $250 per session OR receive a full camp credit, good for two years and non-transferable.
Cancel within 30 days of the start of your camp and receive a refund less a cancellation fee of your deposit up to $500 per session OR Receive a camp credit less 50% of the deposit up to $250 per session, good for 2 years and non-transferable.
Cancel within 10 days of the start of your camp for any reason and receive a camp credit less a cancellation fee of your deposit up to $500 per session, good for 2 years and non-transferable.
Please keep in mind there are NO exceptions to the above cancellation policies (even in the extreme cases of emergency, injury or sickness). Your registration constitutes acceptance of this Cancellation Policy. High Cascade strongly recommends that you purchase travel insurance to protect yourself from any such loss.
All cancellation requests must be emailed to [email protected] and include:
• Session to Cancel
• Chosen Cancellation Option (camp credit or refund less cancellation fee)
• Reason for cancellation
The date the email is sent notes the official cancellation date. One a credit is chosen, there will be no refunds issued at a later date. Camp credits are good for any High Cascade summer camp within a 2 year period, but are non transferable.
In the event you would like to switch your session, please email[email protected] or call 503.206.8520. Session transfers can be accommodated free of charge if space permits, and as long as it is at least 30 days from the start of your original session start date. Session change requests within 30 days of the start of your original session start date may be subject to a $250 late notice session transfer fee.
In the event that a camper is injured while at camp and does not get clearance from the Camp Nurse or physician to snowboard, there are two options for the camper:
1. Stay at camp and partake in an ‘off-hill’ activity while everyone else snowboards. In the afternoon and evening there are plenty of non-physical activities to keep an injured camper entertained. If you choose this option, no credits or refunds will be given.
2. Leave camp ASAP, and receive a pro-rated camp credit for days missed. You’ll be missed but we’ll get to ride with you again soon as Camp Credits are good for two years but are non-transferable.
Please keep in mind there are NO exceptions to the above cancellation policies (even in the extreme cases of emergency, injury or sickness). High Cascade strongly recommends that you purchase travel insurance to protect yourself from any such losses as well as lost airfare and transportation fees. Please contact Assurance Solutions at 502-762-9185 or your preferred provider for insurance information.
Please book a flight into the Portland International Airport (PDX) on the first day of your session between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Please book your departure flight out of PDX between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the last day of your session. There is no snowboarding on the first or last days; they are designated travel days. Any flights on arrival day or departure day that are not between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. will be charged $100-$175 per camper, per trip, depending on the time of the flight. There is a 30 minute grace period for this window, i.e; if your flight is scheduled to depart at 7:30 a.m. we will not charge a fee. Please contact us directly if you are unable to book a flight in our requested window and we will discuss your flight options and pick-up/drop-off fees.
Each airline has different age requirements and additional fees for flying unaccompanied minors. Campers flying under the status of an UM will be met at their gate by a High Cascade staff member upon their arrival at PDX.
Name of the Person Picking up UMs at PDX: If at all possible, when the airline asks for the name of the person picking up your UM, please give the airline ‘A HCSC Representative’ and our phone number 503.206.8520. If they will not accept this, please give them ‘Gregg Janecky/any other HCSC Representative’ in place. If they need an address, it is 30481 E. Blossom Trail, Government Camp, OR 97028.
All campers not flying as UMs will be met outside the security gate by a High Cascade staff member and will be assisted with their baggage and checked in for their High Cascade shuttle at baggage claim #2. If a camper cannot locate a HCSC representative they should go to an airport paging telephone and page “A HIGH CASCADE CAMP REPRESENTATIVE” to wherever the camper is standing. They can also call the High Cascade office at 800.334.4272.
Please know that although each airline has specific age requirements for flying unaccompanied minors, you can still fly your child, regardless of their age, as an UM (with applicable fees). In addition to the added airline assistance, this also ensures you that your child will be met by a High Cascade staff member at his or her gate. Example: If your 13-year-old child is flying on United, (their required UM age is only 11) your child will not be met at their gate by a High Cascade staff member upon their arrival to PDX. However, if you request UM status for your 13-year-old child when purchasing your child’s airline ticket (and note it on his or her travel itinerary form) he or she will then be met by a High Cascade staff member at their gate.
Please look further into the airline of your choice as you get ready to purchase your ticket. Before purchasing your ticket, please be sure to visit the airline’s respective website for up-to-date unaccompanied minor information. You may find that if your child requires an UM ticket, you may not be able to purchase your ticket via the internet. Because each airline has different policies on booking UMs flights with layovers, last legs of the day, etc, booking on the internet may not be the best route.
For more airline specific in-depth unaccompanied minor information, please click on the airline.
|Airline||UM Age Requirement|
|Air Canada||11 and under|
|Alaska/Horizon Airlines||12 and under|
|American Airlines||11 and under|
|Delta Airlines||14 and under|
|Frontier Airlines||14 and under|
|Hawaiian||11 and under|
|JetBlue Airways||14 and under|
|Sea Port||14 and under|
|Southwest Airlines||11 and under|
|Spirit Airlines||14 and under|
|United||11 and under|
|US Airways||14 and under|
|Virgin America||14 and under|
Please be sure to pay for your unaccompanied minor fees for both legs of your child’s trip. In a lot of cases, airlines do not make this easy for you; making it easy to overlook paying for your returning UM Fee. Please send your child with receipt of payment if at all possible to avoid double charges. If you are unable to pay the fee prior to your child’s camp, please arrange for your child to pay cash for his or her UM fee when they check-in at the airline counter on their departure day. If this has not been arranged, we will cover any applicable fees the airline requires in order to obtain a boarding pass for your child. Your credit card on file will be used to reimburse any fees covered by High Cascade.
HCSC staff members are at the Portland International Airport (PDX) from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on departure days. Campers will be shuttled to the airport by our trained High Cascade staff approximately three hours prior to their departure time (it takes one hour to get to the airport and we allow for extra time in order to pick up campers at multiple camp Chalets and The Lodge). Upon arrival at PDX, campers will be met by High Cascade staff to assist with luggage and airline check-in procedures. Unaccompanied minors will be escorted to their gate by a High Cascade staff member.
Please note: Once checked in at the desk, campers NOT flying as unaccompanied minors will not be accompanied to their gate. or supervised while waiting to board.
All airlines have different baggage policies. If you would like to bring your snowboard to camp, you may find that certain airlines will charge extra due to the size and or weight of a board bag. We have FREE 2016 snowboard, boot and binding demos for campers, so you may want to consider leaving your gear at home to cut luggage costs. For those bringing their own gear, generally speaking, the best way to fit everything you need would be to put your snowboard, boots, helmet, outerwear, skateboard and sleeping bag or blanket in a board bag, and then pack your remaining items in your suitcase and carry-on bag. You may find that you can carry on your skateboard. Be sure to shift things around so that neither your board bag or suitcase will exceed the weight capacity (if you would like to avoid extra fees).
All campers being transported inside of Camp vehicles are expected to follow general safety rules along with any additional vehicle specific rules. These include but are not limited to the proper usage of all safety equipment (ie. seat belts), keeping all limbs inside the vehicle at all times, keeping all pathways clear and unobstructed by bags or equipment, no distracting the driver from focusing on the road, and no noisy or disorderly behavior.
If for some reason a flight is delayed, cancelled, or if you miss your scheduled departure flight to Camp please contact the HCSC office (503.206.8520) as soon as possible with the updated arrival information including the new time of landing and flight number, if applicable. If there are any changes to your child’s return flight information prior to take-off we will be contacting you directly with any updated information.
Please arrive at camp between 1pm and 4pm on the first day of your camp session. Campers departing by car must be picked up between 8am and 12pm (between 9am-11am is ideal). There is no snowboarding on the arrival or departure days. On the arrival day there is check-in, camp tours, welcoming barbeque and camper orientation.
Please use Google Maps or any other form of space-age navigation to get specific instructions from where you’ll be driving from. The drop off/pick up address is 30510 East Blossom Trail, Government Camp, Oregon 97208. Look for the large blue-greyish lodge with HCSC signage and the street skateboard park in front of it.
Please download the linked file and read over the following information in order to familiarize yourself with High Cascade’s day-to-day summer operations. We aim to exceed all expectations you have of what a summer camp experience should be! If you ever have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call or e-mail us before, during, or after your camp experience.
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 503.206.8520 or 800.334.4272
1.) Book your arrival and departure into and out of the Portland International Airport (PDX) between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on the first and last day of your session.
2.) Schedule an appointment to have your Medical History/Consent form signed by a physician.
3.) Pay your balance by May 15th, 2015. (Don’t worry about this if you chosen one of HCSC’s easy payment plans)
4.) The Finishing Forms are easier now than ever before! You can complete them and submit them online in your account! You will find them in your online account. Please do so at least 30 days before the start of your session. Read over The Camp Guide, which includes a list of what to bring and will answer most of the pre-camp questions you may have.
5.) Finish your travel itinerary, snowboard ability, store spending accounts and camper questionnaire forms in your myHCSC account at least 30 days before the start of your session.
6.) Pack your bags for the Best Summer Snowboard Camp in the world, ever!
A. We welcome males and females ages 9 to 20 at Youth camp. Adult camps are for ages 21 and up. The Workshops are designed for ages 13 and up.
A. Everything but airfare (Each camper is responsible for booking their own flight into and out of the Portland Airport on the first and last day of their session between 8am and 4pm).
A. Yes, we are… Timberline’s Palmer Snowfield hosts North America’s only lift-operated summer snowboarding. They have snow 365 days a year and have been running their lifts for summer skiing and snowboarding for over twenty years. High Cascade has been running snowboard camps on Mt. Hood since 1990, and we’ve never run out of snow.
A. 100% Snowboarding – HCSC is the only summer camp in North America that is for snowboarders only. It’s not that we don’t like skiers, but snowboard culture is unique. Our parks are 100% built by snowboarders with snowboarder’s wants and needs in mind.
Best Snow – Timberline (Mt. Hood) is the only summer snowboard area in the United States and the only one in the world that allows moderate usage of salt. The salt preserves our facilities and allows our campers to ride longer in the day and into the late summer. Salt is our way of combatting the hot sun taking all our snow.
Best Facilities – Pat Malendoski, designer and builder of the 2002 Olympic halfpipe in Salt Lake City, designs and builds HCSC’s exclusive private facilities. Our park is groomed nightly and meticulously hand-maintained throughout the day providing the very best in freestyle snowboard facilities.
Best Weather – Of the few places in the world where you can snowboard in the summer, Mt. Hood has the most sunny, warm days of them all.
Best Employees – When it comes to staff, we have the cream of the crop. Our employees are better paid, better trained, better respected and better rewarded than any snowboard camp staff. Every staff member passes required drug testing, criminal background checks, is CPR/First aid certified and receives over a week of intense training prior to the start of camp. Roughly 50% of our staff are college graduates, while the other half is working their way through school or chasing their dreams in snowboarding, skateboarding, and endless other passions. Over 80% of our staff return to work at High Cascade each summer.
Closest Camp to Mt. Hood – HCSC is the closest camp to Timberline (Mt. Hood). This means less time spent in a van, and more time having fun.
A. The Lodge (Only open to boys ages 13-17)
The Lodge is the epicenter of camp life. There’s never a dull moment since it’s where we all meet to go snowboarding each morning, do afternoon activities, see shows, BBQs, etc. Out the front door is the skatepark, and out the back door is Trampoline Land. The Lodge sleeps 60 boys, with 12-24 boys per bunk room.
Do your research and you’ll find that our Chalet lodging option is the best snowboard camp lodging out there. These mountain style vacation homes sleep approximately 10-16 campers and are separated by age and gender. (grom chalets, young boys chalets, young girls chalets, older boys chalets, older girls chalets, adult chalet, etc.) Each room sleeps approximately 2-8 campers.
A. All skill levels are welcome. All our full-time summer coaches are required to take an AASI level one certification course, ensuring that they are qualified to teach all levels of snowboarding—from complete beginners to experts. Our Soft Start™ program has been specifically designed for never-evers and those who have only tried snowboarding once or twice.
A. Campers are placed into small coaching groups with 6-8 campers per coach. These coaching groups are based on ability levels, so that you feel comfortable progressing with riders of similar ability. Before you come to camp you’ll fill out an ability questionnaire which will help us place you in the best possible coaching group. It is important that you fill out the ability form accurately so that you placed in a group appropriate for your ability. If you end up in the wrong group we can move you to a new group as needed.
A. There is no ‘best’ session. Each session has different Signature Session™ Pros, but other than that, you get the same great value Sessions 1 through 6. Our parks have consistent snow coverage all summer long due to their higher up location on the mountain. The loss of snow as the summer progresses is seen mainly in the public areas of the resort, not in our parks. The majority of the campers at High Cascade spend 99% of their time in our private parks, so the public terrain available isn’t much of factor to most campers. We do recommend that beginners attend Session 1-4, as that is when Soft Start™ is offered and there is more beginner terrain available.
A. Yes, many campers stay for multiple sessions. Special supervised activities are planned for our stay-over campers. The campers will not be snowboarding due to our private park being shut down for maintenance. There is a $100/day charge for in-between days to cover supervision, lodging, meals ,and activities. All in-betweens are two days.
A. The weather on Mt. Hood is generally very nice but can be unpredictable. When snowboarding at Mt. Hood in the summer it is best to layer up as the mornings can be brisk and the afternoons warm. (The first session during the beginning of June may be colder and require heavier gear). Late in the summer the temperatures in the village of Government Camp can reach over 90 degrees. The majority of the time it is shorts weather, but be sure to pack pants, sweatshirts and additional layers for cool evening weather and varying on-snow conditions.
A. It is up to you! You can bring your own snowboard equipment and helmet if you have them—especially if you are comfortable with your setup. HCSC has a full Demo center with complimentary 2016 snowboards, boots and bindings from our sponsors to demo if you would prefer to try something new. All demo equipment is FREE to campers and you can ride the same set-up all session long, or try out new stuff each day. Using demo equipment is a great idea if you don’t want to hassle with checking a board bag or pay extra baggage fees. If you would like to skateboard, please bring a skateboard and helmet. We do not have demo skateboard equipment.
A. See the list of what to bring in the Camp Guide.
A. Portland International Airport. Portland, Oregon. Airport code: PDX.
A. About a one-hour drive.
A. Please make plans to arrive on the first day of your session. The first and last days of each session are travel days, and there is no snowboarding. If you are flying, please book flights to arrive on the first day of your session at PDX between 8am and 4pm and to depart on the last day of your session between 8am and 4pm. Flights booked outside this window will be charged a transportation fee.
A. Experienced adult counselors live in camper housing with campers. A maximum of ten campers are assigned to each counselor for campers 15 or older. For campers under age 15, each counselor is assigned to eight or fewer campers. All activities on-snow and off-snow are supervised at a maximum ratio of eight campers per staff member. HCSC employs a full-time registered nurse who is on call 24-hours a day.
A. We enforce a zero tolerance policy at High Cascade when it comes to drugs and alcohol. Any camper caught having anything to do with drugs or alcohol at camp will be sent home.
A. We have a nurse on-site 24-hours a day. If your child is sick or injured our nurse will assess the illness or injury to determine if additional outside care is needed. If a camper needs to go to a hospital, they will most likely be transported to Hood River Memorial Hospital, which is about 45 miles from camp.
A. Short for ‘grommet’ this term was once a way to describe young surfers, but now has crossed into snowboarding, skateboarding and other ‘action sports’. Basically it’s endearing term for the ‘younglings’ participating in action sports.
A. The Grom Program at High Cascade is our way of accommodating our campers, ages 9-12. Although campers mature at different ages, we’ve recognized that our youngest campers ages 9-12 need more SuperVision™ and structure than our older campers. Extra check-in points, smaller SuperVision™ ratios, and earlier curfews are just some of the ways our groms are accounted for at camp. Each session there is a minimum of one Grom Chalet.
A. HCSC Girl is optional all-girl camp programming promoting a fun, relaxed environment within the co-ed setting of our camp. High Cascade may be a co-ed camp, but sometimes it’s nice for girls to do their own thing in a supportive all-girls environment, especially since there are quite a few more guys than girls at camp.
As far as off-hill activities go, each session we have several afternoon/evening “All Girls/Only Girls” Activities. Some of the past activities have been Roxy Night, Bonfire S’mores parties, Burton activities, All-Girls Skateboard Clinics, All Girls Mountain Biking, Guest pro Q & A’s and so much more! All Sessions feature optional HCSC Girl programming. If you’re more of a guys’ girl, you won’t be forced into any of the all-girls activities you don’t want to do.
A. Yes, campers are allowed to bring cell phones. All major cell phone providers receive service on Mt. Hood, and are permitted at camp. Grom campers (campers ages 9-12) must turn in their cell phones at bed time to aid with homesick prevention and interrupting other campers’ sleep.
A. Each session High Cascade’s staff and visiting pros sell their new and used gear at the legendary Staff Sale™. It’s kind of like a snowboard flea market – deals of the century can be found on new and used boards, boots, bindings, goggles, clothes and accessories. Since this is a flea market setting with staff members selling their personal items, only cash is accepted. Amounts of cash ‘needed’ for the camp sale ranges anywhere from $0-$500 depending on what you’re shopping for.
A. All meals and activities are included in the cost of camp so the only extra spending money you may want would be for snacks and drinks and for any extra shopping. $50-$75 would be more than sufficient for snacks and drinks for a session.
Read more about spending money at camp in the Camp Guide
A. High Cascade recommends Assurance Solutions, Inc. for our campers’ travel insurance. Call Assurance Solutions, Inc. at 502-762-9185 or www.protectmytrip.net. Travel insurance will repay lost deposits or tuitions, flight costs, and even pays some medical expenses.
A. All registrations require a 25% deposit. If you would like to pay by check, please call 800.334.4272 to register over the phone.
A. All payment must be received in full by May 15, 2015. This is made easily by our Payment Plans! For certain situations, payment extensions can be granted when pre-arranged and authorized.
A. You can register online with a VISA or MASTERCARD or over the phone if you’d like to pay with a check or you do not have internet access.