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Snowboarding Tricks

You can make Snowboarding more fun and exciting with the different Snowboarding Tricks we have prepared just for you. In this section, know the different Snowboard Tricks and learn how they are performed. Each has an animation to serve as your guide in learning how a maneuver is done.


Snowboarding Beginner Course

It is important to learn the basics the right way before moving on to intermediate and advanced moves. Let our Snowboarding Beginner Course guide you in learning the basic moves and techniques.


Aerial Tricks


This is the fundamental maneuver for a lot of Aerial Tricks. It is also useful when jumping over small obstacles. Learn how to perform an Ollie in this section.

Air to Fakie

This Aerial Trick involves making a 180-degree turn in the air and then riding switch. Doing an Air to Fakie can help you fine-tune your movements in the air. Let this section show you how to make this Snowboard Trick.


Surface Tricks


Learn how to maintain balance while riding just one end of your board by doing a Wheelie. This trick will help you in building up power as you lift the board's nose or tail while riding. Get some Snowboarding Tips on how to do a Wheelie in this section.


Butter is making a series of full turns. Make sure that you are already comfortable in turning and lifting one end of your board before trying this trick.

Nose and Tail Rolls

A Nose and Tail Roll is done by using either your board's nose or tail to spin 180 degrees and thus changing your stance. Learn how to perform Nose and Tail Rolls in this section.


Tricks on Rails

50/50 Grinds

A 50/50 Grind is one of the many Snowboard Tricks and moves that you can do on things other than snow such as rails and boxes. It is also the easiest grind to learn. Get some Snowboarding Tips on how to perform this trick in this section.

Rock-n-Roll Grinds

In doing a Rock-n-Roll Grind, you need to keep the board parallel to the rail while grinding. Make sure to have the right approach, balance, and timing. Know more about Rock-n-Roll Grinds in this section.

180 Grinds

A 180 Grind involves turning 180 degrees at the beginning and at the end of the rail. Make sure to brush up on your Ollies first before trying this Snowboard Trick.

Five-O Grinds

In this Snowboard Trick, you need to make a Wheelie instead of just grinding with your board flat on the rail. Learn how to make a Wheelie on snow first before making it on rail. Know how to do a Five-O Grind in this section.

Traversing (Toeside)

Traversing is a maneuver that takes you from one side of the slope to the other while descending gradually. In this section, learn how to traverse using the toe edge of your board.


Halfpipe Tricks

Snowboarding in Halfpipe

A Halfpipe enables snowboarders to perform Snowboarding Jumps and other tricks as they move from one wall to the other. Keep in mind, though, that this is not for beginners. Know more about Snowboarding in Halfpipe in this section.

Alley Oops

Alley Oop is one of the basic maneuvers you can do on a halfpipe. In this trick, you need to turn 180 degrees as you go uphill. Check out this section and learn how an Alley Oop is executed.

Backside 720

In this Snowboarding Trick, you need to make two full spins in the air. Get some Snowboarding Tips on how to perform a Backside 720 with the help of our easy-to-follow steps and animation.

Snowboard Tricks can definitely help make your Snowboarding adventure more fun and exciting. Your winter escapade can turn into a memorable and thrilling experience. Just don't forget to keep your safety in check whenever you perform any Snowboarding Trick. It will also be helpful to ask some Snowboarding Tips from advanced riders or Snowboarding instructors.


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