HCSC gets a New Big Toe™ (Private Rope Tow)

Ok, we are really, really stoked on this Tow Rope thing at Mt. Hood. Here’s the official word from the High Cascade crew on their new addition.


Mt. Hood, OR (Immediate Release) – New for this summer, High Cascade Snowboard Camp is adding a private rope called The Big Toeâ„¢.  This summer when campers are shredding HCSC’s private parks under the warm Oregon sunshine they’ll be doing so via a high speed handle tow (The Big Toeâ„¢) in The Original Parkâ„¢ and via a high speed quad in The Lap Parkâ„¢.

The Big Toeâ„¢ equals more runs through the park per day.  More runs through the park equals more fun and more fun should always be the goal.   HCSC camp director Preston Strout breaks it down like this: “The Big Toeâ„¢ is basically like being able to email yourself to the top of the park.  Instead of transporting information via metal wires, we’re transporting snowboarders.  Everyone loves the Internet, so everyone will love The Big Toeâ„¢, it’s that simple.”

Since 1989 HCSC has provided the world of snowboarding a place to come together during the summer and enjoy some shredding.  From June 15th — August 15th, snowboarders age 9 and over, of all abilities, genders and geographic upbringings come to camp and snowboard.   For more information, visit highcascade.com (on the Internet).  High Cascade: For snowboarders, by snowboarders.

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  1. Estes' Ghost
    Estes' Ghost says:

    Newsflash to the YoBeat Writers Staff. Windells has 2 Rope Tows established. HCSC had to get one to stay in business. Windells has it first- as usual.

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