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Snow Jibbing
Ways to play with snow walls and snowbanks. 50/50s, boardslides, lipslides, etc.

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User: bmoore
9/6/06
Before terrain parks became popular, old school riders used to grind or play around on snow walls and snow features on a daily basis. Snow jibbing is taking snowboarding back to its origins of sliding on snow. Today, some of the new school riders make a b-line straight to the parks and then straight to the lift lines without making it an all-mountain sport. Snow jibbing is seeing more than just the park. It's all about playing with what the mountain has to offer. Snow sliding and snow jibbing are creative expressions of how you ride.

If you want to get good at snow jibbing, slow down a little bit and start playing with the sides of groomers and on the sides of runs in general. Get out and explore the whole mountain, not just the terrain parks. There are tons of things to slide and they change daily. Start looking around and don't be so focused on the destination. Be creative!


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