Get Half Off Sessions 6 & 7 of Skate Camp




Keep the fun rolling this summer at our skate-only offerings during Sessions 6 and 7. Set in August, these two sessions take place during the ideal time for skateboarding in the Pacific Northwest, and allow you to ride some of the region’s best skateparks, you can also choose to stay very close by booking in a SpringHill Suites Frankenmuth hotel. 

Already signed up for camp? Even better. If you’re already locked in for a session of camp, we’re giving you half off one of these skate-only sessions! Whether you’ve never been on a skateboard or you rip like a pro, we have something for everyone. Call us at 503.622.3736 to get half off now. 


Win a FREE Session of 2018 Summer Camp


Yep, you read that right! We’ve teamed up with Andy Parry and Tell A Friend Tour to give away a FREE Session of 2018 Summer Camp, where we will have different activities for kids from skating outdoors, to other activities as an indoor playground from Jumpers Jungle Family Fun Center. Here’s what you have to do to be enter:

-Post an edit of you skiing at your home resort on Instagram (at least 30-seconds long)

-Tag: @windellscamp, your home resort, #TellAFriendTour, and #TAFTcontest

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From new wave pros to Olympic hopefuls, our lineup this year is more stacked than ever. You can hang with The Bunch during Session 1, shred the lane with Alex Hall Session 3, or even watch Keegan unleash complete madness on some rails Session 5.

Check out this years Takeover™ Sessions and stay tuned for additional announcements with more Takeover™ Pros to be announced.

Want to come to camp? Sign up now, and see you there!. 



Session 1 (June 17 – 24, 2018)

Magnus Graner
Lucas Stal Madison
Par “Peyben” Hagglund


Session 2 (June 26 – July 3, 2018)

Karl Fostvedt
Lucas Wachs
Tim McChesney


Session 3 (July 6 – 13, 2018)

Khai Krepela
Alex Hall
Maggie Voisin


Session 4 (July 15 – 22, 2018)

Torin Yater-Wallace
Aaron Blunck
Devin Logan
McRae Williams


Session 5 (July 24 – 31, 2018)

Andy Parry
Ethan Swadburg
Jonah Williams
Keegan Kilbride


Our all-new weekend program is here

We’re stoked to announce our all-new Windells Freeski Weekend Development Team!

If you live around the Mt. Hood area and are interested in improving your skiing in a fun, educational setting, this is the perfect fit for you.


Windells coach Topher Newett is heading up our Development Team, designed to educate young athletes on the newest applications for competitive and non-competitive freestyle skiing. Utilize our training facility, industry expertise and awesome terrain parks to take your skiing to the next level. Young athletes can now apply for personal loan to support their career, click here now to get more details.

Our program offers:

-Weekly Saturday and Sunday training sessions with head coach Topher Newett at Timberline Lodge (ski pass not included).

-Coaching during all local competitions and rail jams.

-On-hill video training with extensive review and discussion.

-An Open Skate Season Pass to our world class, on-campus training facility equipped with a full indoor skatepark, fly bed trampolines and foam pit ($150 value).

Have questions? Shoot us an email at or call us now at (503) 622-3736.

Tips to Filling out a March Madness Bracket

March is the beginning of spring for most of the United States. It also signifies the most exciting part of the college basketball season. The NCAA men’s basketball championship tournament takes place during this month, and it is colloquially referred to as March Madness. Let’s take a look at how you can fill out your bracket and be smarter than your friends.

Don’t Take the 16 Seeds

The University of Maryland-Baltimore County became the first 16 seed to win an NCAA basketball tournament game when it upset Virginia 76-56 in 2018. However, they were a combined 0-132 entering this year’s tournament, and they are still 1-135 overall. These games generally feature teams that have legitimate title hopes going up against teams that made it because they won their conference tournament. 

Past Performance Is Not an Indicator of Current Success

Perhaps the bigger point about the 16 seed finally winning a tournament game is that no two tournaments are the same. Therefore, you can’t pick a team to go far simply because it did so last year. Conversely, you shouldn’t pick against a team because it did poorly last year. For example, Syracuse went to the Final Four in 2016 while it missed the tournament altogether last year. In 2018, it will meet Duke in the Sweet 16 despite being the last team picked for this year’s tournament.

How Should You Pick Teams?

Picking teams to win tournament games is part art and part science. Generally speaking, you want to choose teamsthat have either won their conference tournament or that have won more games than they have lost over their past 10 outings. Teams generally don’t play games against conference opponents in the first two rounds, which means that a squad that plays a 2-3 zone may be able to catch a superior opponent flat-footed. It may also mean that a team that likes a slow pace may frustrate a team that comes from a conference that is built to win games by scoring a lot of points.

Make Sure That Your Bracket Is Filled Out on Time

Going to sites such as can make it easy to get a bracket to fill out. Usually, you have until the first main bracket games tip-off on Thursday afternoon to get your bracket in if you are participating in an office pool or competing against your friends. 

The field is selected on the second Sunday in March, and play begins the Thursday of that week. Therefore, you have roughly three days to get your picks in. While there are games on Tuesday and Wednesday night, most office pools or other bracket games don’t make you pick those winners. 

If you are going to participate in a March Madness pool, be sure to have fun and not risk more money than you can afford to lose. This is because upsets happen every year, so your picks are just as likely to be wrong as they are to be right.

Windells Presents: Curbs & Coping



Windells Skateboard Camp is nestled at the base of Mount Hood, in the beautiful state of Oregon. Located just a short drive from the Pacific Northwest skateboard mecca of Portland, our campers have access to endless amounts of skateboard terrain both on campus and within an hours reach. Join Windells Skateboard Camp‘s staff, campers, guests, and traveling pros as they crush Curbs & Coping all around our private campus and some of the best parks in the Northwest. Whether you’ve failed to repay your debt on time or you decided to stop paying at all, creating a new line of credit is challenging. You view it here for more information.

Make sure you follow all things @WindellsSkateboarding on Instagram and stay up to date with all that is happening. Would you rather get the news in person? That’s cool…call us direct at (503) 622-3736.


Camper of the Day: Will

Here at Windells we have the overnight campers, day campers and many campers who come out with their own coaches to work on their progression during the summer provided with portable models for contninuation of activities that uses electronics. All of the campers come to use the on-mountain and on-campus facilities to make their experience the best.  On the 85 foot jump we came across 16 year old day camper Will from Stowe Vermont who was working with his coach Ben to dial in his tricks to be today’s Camper of the Day!

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Traveling Circus Week

You wish you were here taking advantage of all of the sweet free gear that Will, Andy and the guys will be tossing out all this week!  Stay tuned throughout next winter to find out when next years Line Skis TC week! Learn more at Cabela’s promos online.

Camper of the Day: Maya

We’ve just begun session 5 at Windells Camp with a total revamp of the terrain park to help bring out the great snow conditions we have for July. In the morning while lapping the Magic Mile with coach Izzy Lalive’s group where we found camper Maya from Taos, New Mexico. 14 year old Maya came to camp to learn everything so we’re looking forward to see her progression on the mountain this week as she tackles everything she can.

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From SF to OR.

Cody Boat, Schmitty, Alex Horn, and Taylor Bingaman. Thrasher at Windells.

There’s been some serious heads rolling through campus in the past few weeks. Schmitty, the online guru for skateboarding’s bible, Thrasher Magazine and man behind the Trife, rolled through with Dan Drehobl, Alex Horn, Peter Watkins, Taylor Bingaman, and Frecks. Thrasher’s Joe Brooks and SkateDaily‘s Bryce Kanights were also here to take photos. Stay tuned to both Windells and Thrasher for an update on the content coming out of both camps, because both video and still frame cameras were out. Click more to check out some more photos…

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