It would be utterly boring if you were to do the same trick on your Snowboard over and over again for the rest of your life. That's why other Snowboarders have come up their own Snowboarding variations. It keeps the sport exciting and fresh to every Snowboarder like you. Read about them in this section. Please take note, however, not to try them if you do not have enough experience and confidence in executing more complex tricks. Your safety is always our primary concern!
This section contains everything you need to know about Snowboarding on the Piste. It includes learning how to read the signs on the Piste, recognizing the different types of lifts and more.
This Snowboarding Variation can give you the adrenaline rush that you wouldn't encounter in your usual snow resort. Know more about Extreme Snowboarding in this section.
Adaptive Snowboarding is a type of a Snowboarding competition that is designed specifically for disabled riders. Learn more about this event in this section.
The Winter Olympics is the time when best winter athletes compete for the much-coveted gold medal. Find out about one of its sporting events, Olympic Snowboarding by checking out this article we have for you.
Naked Snowboarding is normally riding the board and enjoying the feel of the wind while gliding on snow but only with a little twist - you ride wearing practically nothing.
Here are a collection of other Snowboarding variations that you might want to try out to complement your Snowboarding activity as well as to challenge you in trying new and more complex courses.
Even if the Snowboarding variations featured in this section can seem pretty complicated and difficult in the beginning, don't let them hinder you from further improving your Snowboarding skills. Consider this stage of your Snowboarding activity as a challenge. Once you overcome them, you will then wonder how things seem to be much easier than when you were just starting out. So what better way to improve your technique by riding some more slopes. Keep on riding!
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