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All-Mountain Jibbing & Fun
Options for playing on the mountain.

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User: bmoore
9/6/06
All-mountain jibbing is when you use your freeriding skills to play around on the entire mountain. All-mountain jibbing can be interpreted to mean many different things to many people. The key here is "What makes you tick?" and "Are you having fun doing it?"

All-mountain jibbing to hardcore backcountry guys/gals means doing cliff drops with tree taps, powder puffing big snow pillows, using down trees, banking off natural obstacles, jumping off random snow drifts, etc.

Riders who are more of a cruiser-type may define all-mountain jibbing as racing down a groomer, hitting a couple of jumps along the way, and then heading up on the lift to try out a different run. They tend to love the speed and diversity and like to decide things on the fly.

A skate-influenced or jib-influenced rider might see all-mountain jibbing as going to the park, hiking jumps, rails, boxes, etc. and seeing what skills they can cross over between the different features.

Some of the most important things about all-mountain jibbing are to be safe, have fun, and keep learning. Be your own style!


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