Coach Krunk flies high over the Comox Valley. There’s one last JumpCamp this season on Saturday on Forbidden Plateau.

Last day to shred

JumpCamp is taking full advantage of the big snowbase by adding a bonus session, the Easter Jam, this Saturday, April 23.

Believe it or not shredheads, Forbidden Plateau still has 10 feet of snow!

JumpCamp is taking full advantage of the big snowbase by adding a bonus session, the Easter Jam, this Saturday, April 23.

JumpCamp is an all-ages and abilities snowboard camp on Forbidden Plateau for riders who want to have fun and improve their skills. There will be prizes for everyone from the sponsors, BBQ, jumps, tunes, jibs and more!

“If you missed out on a JumpCamp session or just want to brush up on your skills one last time this is it!” said coach Matt Trigg. “No matter if you’re a beginner or a super-shred, we can teach you the skills to go to the next level.”

The Jam includes professional instruction in the private JumpCamp snowboard park and product giveaways from the sponsors. The Jam runs from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., and the cost is $55.00.

Helmets are mandatory and riders under 18 need a parent or guardian to sign a waiver. Register online at www.jumpcamp.com or at Forbidden Plateau from 9-9:30 a.m. on Saturday morning.

 

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