Total snowboarding n00b, I only learnt a couple of months ago (though I've been doing it about 3 times a week for around 3 month so I'm not bad. I wouldn't consider myself anywhere near good though). I'm 16, and seeing as I'm in England I've only been on the indoor slopes, but hopefully if I can spark some interest from my mates we can go hit some real mountains next year. So yeah, that's all from me.
you guys are lucky you have those indoor slopes. I wish we had something like that here. Actually, I'm surprised there's not!
Yeah it's pretty cool being able to go regardless of weather but it's really repetitive unless you're doing freestyle, which there isn't much scope for when its this time of year. It's all lessons going on so most of the slope gets taken up
Hi I would like to thank my good friend --bigtime-- for telling me about this message board. I will be a snowboard instructor at Stratton this winter, and I am looking for a place to stay. I am 28 F, originally from LI.
The name is EL. I'm 35yo and have lived in Denver my entire life and have ridden since I was 19.
The most days I've ridden a single season was 50+ and have ripped my glute muscle (can be done and hurts like hell) and have had the pleasure of commuting via ambulance after knocking myself out cold... All for the love of it!
I always roam The Ridge to my joy spot (p. saddle) and usually hate every second of the crammed trek up I-70 only to love every second on the hill.
I came here because TGR was becoming a spectacular display of ass-hatery.
Name's andrew, I live the summers downstate michigan in Jackson. Fall/Winter I live in marquette, MI for school. Been riding for a solid 3 seasons now and I can't wait to get out soon! Get at me if you live close by!