Snowboarding and Skiing in Washington DC Topo Map

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When L.L. Bean starts selling snowboards, you know the sport has gone mainstream. Snowboarding became an Olympic event in 1998—one day some of those punk kids sitting down in the middle of the slopes may be gold-medal winners. Snowboarding is more difficult to learn than skiing, but easier to master. Knowing how to ski first doesn’t help much. Once you fall down the mountain a few times, though, you’ll get your balance. After your first day snowboarding, your body learns how to work the board properly; the second day is much easier. When you’re just starting out, take a class—you’ll get up to speed much faster, you’ll get lots of safety tips, it’ll help prevent injury, and, most important—you’ll have lots of fun. Remember, if you need to sit down (you’re injured, you need a break, your bindings need readjustment, whatever), make sure you sit out of the main ski area and in a place where skiers and snowboarders uphill can see you. When you’re ready to restart, make sure you look back uphill and give way as you merge back onto the hill.
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