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The Remarkables Opening Day

June 6, 2013 by  
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Located just 45 minutes from Queenstown, The Remarkables is an awesome network of terrain parks taking skiers from beginner through to expert. The opening day…

Freestyle Thrills at Mt Bachelor

February 20, 2013 by  
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Social media and YouTube can serve as an inspiration to snow sport enthusiasts as the watch freestyle skiers and snowboarders pushing the limits and carrying out increasingly difficult maneuvers that seem to defy gravity…

Ins and Outs of Snowskates

July 29, 2011 by  
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A Snowskate can be described as a combination of a snowboard and a skateboard. It allows snowskaters to perform tricks usually done by skateboarders on hard surfaces. The sport of snowskating has grown in popularity. There are a few different snowskates on the market that snowskaters can choose from, made by leading brands in the winter sport industry.

Additional Disciplines for Winter Olympics

July 8, 2011 by  
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The 2014 Winter Olympic Games will be held in Sochi, Russia. Additional disciplines have been added to the games, and have been welcomed by athletes, giving them more freedom as to the events that they can qualify in. Now snowboard slopestyle, parallel slalom snowboarding and slopestyle skiing events will also be allowed, and the International Olympic Committee has also made the decision to allow women’s ski jumping and halfpipe skiing into the next Winter Olympic Games.

Waterville Goes Pink

January 3, 2011 by  
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This is a fantastic fund raising event to benefit Boarding for Breast Cancer. The event has much to offer participants and spectators of the Pink Rail Jam. Registration fees include a goodies bag, terrain park lift ticket and a pink raffle ticket. This is a great opportunity to strap your snowboard on for a worthy […]

Parklife Youth Mini Shred 2010

August 24, 2010 by  
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On the 19th of September 2010, the mini terrain park at the The Remarkables will transform into a day of fun, competitions and entertainment. The competition is exclusively for children who are sixteen years and younger, and parents and friends are encouraged to support the younger competitors from the side lines. Helmets are a compulsory […]

Loveland’s Tall T’s n’ Tacos 2010

April 9, 2010 by  
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To test your snowboarding and skiing skills, head towards the Loveland Ski Area on 1 May 2010, and participate in the Loveland’s Tall T’s n’ Tacos Terrain Park Competition. All ages are welcome to register for the event, which will be filled with challenges, fun and excitement. Lunch will be provided for all skiers and […]

Wachusett

February 9, 2009 by  
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Only a short distance from Boston, Rhode Island and Connecticut, Wachusett Mountain is a great ski resort with a lot to offer the average skier and snowboarder. The resort is situated on a mountain with a summit elevation of 2006 ft and it has a vertical drop of 1000 ft. The height of the mountain […]

Donner

February 9, 2009 by  
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Donner Ski Ranch, located near Truckee Tahoe on Historic U.S. 40, is a ski resort that prides itself on simplicity, good service and that great family atmosphere. For a skiing vacation where skiing, not fashion and hi-tech facilities, is all that matters, Donner Ski Ranch near south Tahoe Lake is ideal. In operation since 1937, […]

Burke Mountain

February 9, 2009 by  
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Just a two-hour drive from Montreal you’ll find the legendary skiing resort known as Burke Mountain. A great resort that offers both meandering forest trails and steep white glades, Burke Mountain has a family-friendly atmosphere and an unpretentious style. With a summit elevation of 3267 ft and a vertical drop of 2000 ft, Burke Mountain […]

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