posted on May 17
Snow surfing and snowboarding are both epic winter sports that involve gliding down a snow-covered slope, but they are two distinct activities with unique techniques, equipment and mind sets.
posted on Mar 21
Where the halfpipe and the rail park focus on high levels of performance and risk in airtime and balance, the flow park is designed primarily for ground maneuvers that are expressed through surfing style. Bottom turns, trim, cutbacks, slash/hacks and airs back into transition...
posted on Nov 27
For winter athletes of all levels, physical fitness is essential for a good time on the slopes. Snowboarders, snowsurfers and all athletes in particular are prone to a wide range of injuries, ranging in severity from bone bruises and sprains to fractures, dislocations or even concussions. Understandably, new snowboarders are always on the lookout for a means to improve their performance in the snow.
posted on Feb 04
Dear Surfers, While the swell has been firing along the coast, the high pressure has been holding in the mountains creating beautiful sunny groomer day conditions.
posted on Dec 22
Welcome to Winter!
The weather has been developing and dropping snow all over the Northern Hemisphere. Mountains are open and lifts are spinning and the backcountry is setting up.
posted on Dec 06
The stoke is high with the return to winter. Due to La Niña The forecast looks a little sporadic, but when the elements align, a combination of the atmospheric river and colder temps at higher elevation we’ll take the snow when we can get it.
posted on Jul 15
Snowboarding and snow surfing differ in board style and design, for sure, but...
posted on May 01
Snow boards shaped for high altitude surfing. In search of Stoke. With the proclaimed death of snowboarding by the industry in 2015 we set off in search of a way to revive the stoke!
posted on Sep 01
This is SnowSurfing.
posted on Dec 17
posted on Dec 17
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