Mount Snow challenges riders with all-snow course
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Mount Snow restarted their snowmaking operations on Thursday, and will continue as temperatures allow. The main goal is to resurface the mountain to provide skiers and riders with the best possible experience for the weekend and on into an event-filled spring season.
Mount Snow restarted their snowmaking operations on Thursday, and will continue as temperatures allow. The main goal is to resurface the mountain to provide skiers and riders with the best possible experience for the weekend and on into an event-filled spring season.
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DOVER- Red Bull All Snow is returning to Mount Snow for the third year in a row, on Saturday, March 4. Inspired by the early days of freestyle snowboarding, Red Bull All Snow challenges park crews to build, and riders to compete on, courses designed entirely out of snow. Carinthia Parks is dialing in the designs for a one-of-a-kind course exclusively for the competition. Red Bull All Snow is all about paying homage to snowboarding’s roots, giving snowboarders the opportunity to ride unique terrain, and showcasing style.

Every year, contest courses feature bigger jumps, gnarlier rail features, and calls for riders to take greater risks. Red Bull All Snow is different; instead of asking riders to push human performance to its limits, it dials it back. Register online at AllSnow.RedBull.com. Registration is limited to 150 riders.

For more information visit www.redbull.com/allsnow.
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