Throughout the past 30 years, Windells Camp has been an evolutionary stepping stone for the world’s best.

Windells coaching technique balances focused riding with all-out fun, allowing each camper to tap into their full potential. With a support crew of 300 strong, this is where your riding will hit the next level. Our coaching staff is hands down the industry’s best and gets hand-picked every season. Daily video analysis will assist in insuring each camper takes their riding to the next step.


Introducing, Tim Windell – visionary, mentor, coach and world champion snowboarder.  Check his credentials:  Tim Windell is a founder and leader in the action sports community going all the way back to 1986,when he began dominating the unexplored territory of snowboarding.  His efforts to push the evolution of snowboarding resulted in him bringing home numerous medals from around the world. In total, he grabbed eight National Titles, stood second overall in the 1989 and 1990 World Cup Tour of Snowboarding, placed second in the 1991 World Championships, and was designated to be the voice of North American Snowboarders from 1987 through 1993.  Tim remains an active member of the USASA board, the largest snowboarding and ski organization in the world, and is one of only five voting members, meaning his vote counts.

After a few years of constant travel and competition, Tim decided to take a break, and it was at this juncture in 1988, when he established the summer snowboard programs at Whistler.  These snowboard programs were very successful, but Tim wanted more.  After careful consideration, he realized the sunny south facing ski resort at Mt. Hood was a better fit for his camp, and was quite simply a superior snow weather venue during the summer months.  The proximity of the Mt. Hood to the Portland International Airport and the 365 days a year of snow, provided the perfect platform for a snowboard camp.  With over a decade of successful snowboard camps under his belt, Tim decided to purchase the Shamrock Motel.  This laid the framework for the canvas of what Windells Camp is today.

Over the past 30 years, the facilities at Windells Camp has progressed and adapted according to the needs of the campers.  BOB (Building Out Back) was created in 2004, providing year round training facilities making weather conditions seemingly irrelevant.  This provided athletes the ability to skate indoors and have full use of the trampolines and the foam pits.  Following the creation of BOB, came the formation of the Concrete Jungle which was added to the campus in 2005.  This essentially turned the entire campus into a giant skate park, with features ranging from interconnected bowls, to rolling hills of concrete, to rails weaving in and out of the campus landscape. The addition to Windells Camp this year was the purchase and installation of two private lifts at Timberline.  For the campers this means less time walking and more time on the snow!  Windells ability to be in a constant state of progression is why it has become a global leader in the continuous development of action sports camp facilities and coaches that are SECOND TO NONE.


1988 – Sims/Summer Shred Session – Tim Windell and Craig Kelly get the pros together at Whistler

1989 – Shred the World Camp – Tim moves the camp to Timberline/Mt. Hood from Whistler B.C.

1990 – Tim builds 2 mini skateboard ramps along with a Vert Ramp, Cristian Hosoi, Tony Hawk, Steve Caballaro are seen skateboarding at Windells.

1991 – Shred the World camps gives way to the new name Windells Snowboard Camp.

1993 – Tim purchases the Ark Motel, this is where the staff stays during the summer months.

1997 – Windells purchases Shamrock, which has been transformed into Windells Campus, The “Funnest” place on Earth.

1999 – Free skiing was added

2000 – Skate only camps are added to the available sessions

2003 – Re-branded camp and add new logo

2004 – The building out back (BOB) is born with an indoor tamp facilities complete with foam pits and an amazing skatepark.

2006 – Dreamland concrete skate park added, Phase 1 of creating the Concrete Jungle

2007 – Concrete Jungle continued with more concrete and additional rails added

2008 – Concrete Jungle ongoing as more concrete creations are added throughout the campus

2009 – BMX/Freeride camps are added to the available sessions. Campus get a high-tech face lift with flat panel tvs and gaming terminals. Purchase of our very own private handle tow! Re did all the insides of each and every cabin. Brand new flooring, paint, bunks and bath rooms. Purchased the first airbag in the US. This had a huge in pack on summer camps, riders and the industries of snowboarding and skiing. It basically change the face of the industries in one summer.

2010 – Windells Academy began!

2010 – More concrete was added to the Concrete Jungle, cabins were renovated, the first Windells Academy classroom was added to campus, purchased another private lift for the on hill facilities. Purchased first Windells Camp bus, purchased our second air bag, add an air bag to the main campus, added two dry slopes, one with boxes and rails and one for launching into an air bag.

2011 – Purchased two more airbags, Windells Academy student, Nick Goepper wins his first professional freestyle ski event at the Dew tour.

2013 – BOB gets a makeover; Scott Everly and his team of X Games builders remodel the indoor skatepark to simulate a more street style influence park.

2014 – Windells and High Cascade join forces under one umbrella company, “We Are Camp”, making Mt.Hood the only place to be for summer shredding!
Adds a 3rd private lift, a 22 foot pipe, a 1/2 mile lap park to our already impressive summer parks.

2016 – Windells moves to focus on Freeskiing & Skateboarding, allowing High Cascade to absorb all snowboard programing.

2018 – High Cascade moves from government camp campus to join Windells summer camp programing on our priavte Windells Academy Campus