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Today 02:54 AM
mbe Hi, I started "snowboarding" 5 years ago when I married. My spouse is skiing and don't wanted keep him at home just because I always hated cold weather and snow.
So here we are now, last April I bought a season pass just to get to the snow as often we can And in the last season I bought my first snowboard.
I used the quote marks in my first sentence because in the first years, I literally did nothing snowboarding, just sitting in the snow, or facing up the hill did falling leafs. I am not a super fast learner, for sure. I took couple of lessons, occasionally and I always improved something. I just want to learn always something new and enjoy to be out there. My wish is to learn in the future that 360 degree rotating
I have terrible fear of heights so unfortunately we are going only to ski area where there is a gondola or aerial tramway (the closed cabin) that go to some station where there is a green trail down and long enough for me to enjoy. Northstar, Keystone are my favorites and in this year I hope I can try the Vail where I see in the trail map a gondola with some longer green run down. I also like the Heavenly (good hotels nearby). I love the locals but they never have gondola so I have to walk up the hill
Used to snowboard in Austria and in CO, CA and NV.
Yesterday 01:46 AM
Chuck Norris Ayyyyy 28, snowboarder from Calgary, Ab. Do most of my riding in BC nowadays though as Im more into chasing the snow
02-17-2017 10:33 AM
MVNY Hello Hello!!

Matt here, from NYC / NJ. Been snowboarding forever... get out as often as I can... ride all the local hills (NJ, PA, NY, VT, etc..), and I get out on a few larger trips every season.

Pretty psyched to find this site.. hoping to use it as a resource for travel, gear, etc.. as well as offer any of my own advice from time to time ;-)

I have a few boards...
- Venture Paragon (just picked up this season - LOVE this board!!)
- Venture Odin
- Venture Kevin Jones pro-model
- Capital BSOD

I usually ride Union Atlas bindings (I also have an older pair of Union Asadachi's as well)... with Salomon Synapse boots.


- Matty
02-16-2017 03:46 PM
darklektor Hi all! I'm 27 and I'm from Ukraine. I've ridden board 4 times and I enjoyed it. Currently started ride with The Black Snowboard of Death Hope to have a lot of fun and useful info here
02-11-2017 01:25 AM
New sheriff in town..

Went snowboarding last December and love it. Looking forward to be better and buying new gears. Any suggestions on snowboard, bindings, boots?
02-09-2017 07:38 PM
coloradodirtbag 25 year old Epic Local rider from Denver. Primarily ride Never Summer
02-09-2017 11:30 AM
nyj Xoxoxoxo
02-09-2017 11:29 AM
nyj One more
02-09-2017 10:27 AM
nyj I'm just here to get my post count up.
02-09-2017 07:58 AM
Originally Posted by AnaMerka View Post
I'm Ana, I take care of the Latin American section of the website: Travel Tourist Information Guide and conduct online training for Effective Communication and Soft Skills Development. I love travelling , especially to places which offer beautiful scenic landscapes with waterfalls and locations rich in flora and fauna. I also like reading, playing carrom and badminton, listening to music and photography.
Oh great...just what we need....on line training for effective communication and soft skills development...

we like beautiful scenic landscapes with frozen waterfalls, weed and wooly critters

reading about mishaps, using carrom boards for lunch trays antics, badmitton racquets to roast things

and music is always popular with yantz photography is especially enjoyed
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