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Have lots of fun and get to the bottom in one piece! That's the aim of the game in snowboarding, so It’s important to understand the circles, squares and diamonds you see on trail maps and slope signs at the top of runs. The different shapes and colours rate the level of difficulty of the run to let you know what's coming and help you make safe decisions on the slopes.
The goal in snowboarding isn't getting to the bottom. It's about having as much fun as possible on the way down. To have that fun on the way down we need to get to the top and the chairlift is how we do that.
Unleash your potential on the snow by adding the focus of practice and continuous improvement to your snowboarding. Build strength, stamina, and skill by practising specific movements from the 5 How To's of Snowboarding.
The Online Snowboard School simplifies snowboarding into 5 How To's. Our easy to follow online system will have you riding like a pro in no time. Learn about each How To and how they improve your riding!
Safety is a crucial aspect of snowboarding. You can be put in danger by numerous hazards on the mountain such as avalanches, covered branches, buried rocks or sudden dips in the terrain. Tree wells are a severe hidden hazard and should never be underestimated.