3 Snake Run Snowboarding Tips

October 29, 2017

 
Today we're up at Mt Hood and snowboarding in the iconic snake run! The snake run is naturally formed banks that wind down the mountain. The challenge of snowboarding through the snake run is staying in control of your speed and turning your snowboard fast enough around each bank. The first tip is to control your speed by spraying snow out the side of each bank. The second tip is to quickly steer your snowboard through the banks by using your front knee and shoulder. The third tip is to use your knees to absorb the bumps and unevenness that comes with riding naturally formed banks. If you have any questions about snowboarding though the snake run, you can leave them in the comments. Thanks for watching! 

 

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