In addition to new gear, the latest equipment and representation from over 90 resorts, there is no shortage of things to do at the 2015 Toronto Snow Show. Here is the list of the top five interactive must do’s and see at The International Center October 15-18.
1. THE 2015 SNOW SHOW REVAMPED STREET STYLE RAIL JAM CONTEST
The 2015 Snow Show rail jam is a jib contest. Riders will take as many runs as possible within the allotted time. Judges will award riders based on execution, style and difficulty of the trick. Prizes will be awarded for the top 3 riders in Pro and AM divisions.
2. BURTON RIGLET PARK
The coaches at Burton and Blue Mountain are bringing back the Riglet Park! Burton’s unique learning environment with animation and tools to engage kids to learn in a fun way while utilizing gear designed and developed to making snowboarding easier for kids. The coaches at Burton and Blue Mountain introduced snowboarding to kids ages 3-6 in a fun and safe environment at their one of a kind Riglet Park!
3. EVOLVE SKATE PARK
Evolve Skate and Snow Camps are the premier snowboard & skateboard camps in Toronto, and they’ll be the the Snow Show to give you a taste of what they offer! AND you can have an opportunity to try new tricks and develop your skateboard skills on new surfaces.
4. SNOW VALLEY TUBE PARK
Why wait for the snow to try Snow Tubing? Snow Valley will be on hand at the Toronto Snow Show with an all new interactive display that will let you give it a try at the International Center.
5. CANADA’s LARGEST SKI & BOARD SWAP
The Canadian Ski Patrol System will once again hold their largest Ski and Snowboard Swap at the 2015 show! Held annually in conjunction with the Toronto Snow Show, there will once again be over 2,000 brand new non-current & pre-owned skis, boards, boots & accessories available for purchase.
The Manufacturers Showcase features many of the leading brands in skiing and snowboarding. Attendees have the chance to talk directly with manufacturer reps and ask questions about their brands and products before heading over to the retailers who offer great deals on gear for the upcoming snow season.
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