Battle of the Ams for Goods and Glory


The summer snowboard camps on the slopes of Timberline are always battling over something. But this session, its the campers who can prove once and for all which is better by competing in the Bonfire Pipe to Pipe this weekend.

MT. HOOD, OREGON (July 3, 2009) —  Which snowboard camp has the best up and coming Ams? The battle begins July 11th at Windell’s snowboard camp at Timberline resort, where 10 coveted spots will be reserved to represent the campers of High Cascade Snowboard Camp.

HCSC Session 3 campers who are ready to rumble on the rails with Windell’s need to contact the HCSC office by the beginning of the session to pre-register for the rail jam.

Former HCSC camper Sawyer Deen, took home the title in 2007, and managed to pick up a sponsorship with Bonfire and Salomon snowboards in the process.  He will be back and riding with the Pro’s to battle it out for the 2K cash purse prize.

Windell’s campers who plan on competing can register at camp.  Registration is also open to the public, for both Ams and Pros.   Registration is free, with the purchase of a Timberline lift pass, but there are a limited number of spots available so register early starting at 9am at Timberline’s Wy East Day Lodge.

Sponsors for the event include: Bonfire Snowboarding, Windell’s, Red Bull, Timberline, Scion, Skullcandy, Salomon Snowboards, Transworld Snowboarding, Red Bull, Dragon Optics, the Art Institute of Portland, Magical Go Go and Pom Pom Wax and –  where you can peep footage of each event.

More info available at and  For questions, contact Bonfire through Facebook or MySpace.