Back on skis after a battle with serious leg injuries, Tanner Hall made his way to Windells to head up "Inspired Week." Tanner and the Inspired crew flood the glacier with their positive vibes, making for a fun-filled, action-packed Session 4.
Radical skiing, Rasta vibrations, by the looks of this video things are looking pretty darn good at Hood. Somebody needs to have a little discussion with the Windells editing team, however, as they made this video precisely :01 too long.
From Windells: Session 4 at Windells just wrapped up and it was one for the books. From sunshine to a world-class park, there were perfect conditions to throw down all session. There were so many people lapping, the intake level of hammers was in over drive.
Windells Ski Coaches, Steve Stepp, Tyler Barnes, and Collin Collins were lapping the park with the campers all week. Steve was teaching campers how to set down proper back flips. Tyler was lapping the big jump, throwing switch misty nines like butter. Then there was Collin Collins, laying down cork seven blunt grabs.
One of the best halfpipe riders in the world, Tanner Hall, was back in action in the pipe, showing that he can shake off an injury. At camp, along with Tanner, was the Inspired Media Crew, including Phil Casabon, Ben Moxham, and Brady Perron. All the guys were lapping, stoking kids out while filming for an upcoming edit.
Last but not least, we had the Line Traveling Circus crew here, warming up for their week at camp, which goes down Session 5. Will Wesson, Andy Parry, and LJ Strenio were getting down on all the rails in the Windells park. By getting down, we mean dialing in hippy killers, bagels, KFeds and more. There was some crazy Britney’s rumored to be attempted, but I guess we will find out if any were landed when Line Traveling Circus hosts Session 5!
Stay tuned to www.windells.com for the latest camp updates and see you next session!
THall alley oops above the horizon.
Learning new tricks w/ the airbag.
Casabon staying on his grind.
Moxham on the left, campers on the right; sunny and sick at Windells.