Three Levels Of Snowboarding

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The first time snowboarding was brought to the snow was 1965 by Mich Muskegon. He was skiing and just thought in his head that instead of having to ski, why not have one and face sideways going down the hill.
History about the park’s. Most park’s started letting snowboards start snowboarding around 1965. They brought snowboarding from skiing. Most parks are about the same size in elevation. But then there are parks that are not high in elevation at all. Most of the parks have had rails since they first opened.
Different levels of park’s outwest. Out west has the most park’s and different kinds of park’s. They have three levels of park’s Experience, Intermediate, or Beginner. They Beginner and Intermediate levels are open to anyone. The Experience

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