JUMPCAMP IS PRESENTING a shred battle for Forbidden Plateau supremacy this Saturday.

Wild in the Woods goes this Saturday

Snowboarders will take part in fun contests for Forbidden Plateau supremacy

JumpCamp, Vancouver Island’s premier snowboard camp, is throwing a contest on Saturday, Feb. 23.

Wild In The Woods will be a shred battle for Forbidden Plateau supremacy!

An 18-and-under category and 19-and-over category in both girls and boys, who will compete in a jam format in the private JumpCamp park. Shred dogs will session the park with everybody and the competitors with the best tricks win. There will also be contests within the contest like best trick on the log jam, the gap, the can and the trench booter.

Other favourites will be the best wipeout, highest air and the new JumpCamp long jump. Tunes, jumps, jibs, barbecue, snow golf, tons of prizes for everybody from our sponsors and maybe even fireworks. Also free demo boards from Forbidden Snowboards to test out.

Registration is $20 and takes place from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday in the top parking lot of Forbidden Plateau and helmets are mandatory.

Come ride the JumpCamp park with yours pals and see what everyone’s talkin’ about.

Wild In The Woods spectators are highly encouraged to come and cheer on their friends. For more information go to www.jumpcamp.com.

 

 

 

 

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