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G'day guys,

  Posting this announcement here, apologies (Mods) if this is in the wrong place or not appropriate. Feel free to move it or delete it if necessary...... This will hopefully appeal to some of our Denver and CO followers. Snobahn is a brand new indoor ski and snowboard training facility in Centennial, CO and this weekend we are having an open house where you can come and try the indoor slopes for free. You do have to reserve a spot before you come and you can do so by following this link -  https://www.facebook.com/events/132659767188353/.

 

  It will be a fun day. As well as the free skiing and boarding, there will be prizes, food and a DJ, plus some other fun things to try. There are 3 endless carpets. They are fun for all ages (3 years and up) and all ability levels. If you are an experienced skier or boarder, you will get a great workout and a chance to hone your skills ready for ski season. I found the first time on the slopes a little humbling myself if I'm honest, but after a while, things started to click. It's definitely a challenge first time round!

 

  Snobahn can provide all the equipment, but you can definitely bring your own boots (ski or snowboard), helmet if you want (and poles too if you really want). No need to bring skis or boards as the edges would have had to have be de-tuned and all the wax removed from the bases, so probably easier just to use Snobahn's skis or boards.

 

  Hope all the Denver crew can make it. Feel free to post any questions here.

 

- Matt

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Hi Matt, glad to see this post. Been there myself and skied with Nik a few times. It is a real eye opener for sure. smile.gif.

@Mattadvproject is not kidding about a work out. Ski just 1 hour here and see how it compares to being on the slopes. Felt like 3 hours to me. My recommendation would be to bring your own boots and helmet.

Definitely recommend going and checking them out especially with the open house deal going on.
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Hi Matt, glad to see this post. Been there myself and skied with Nik a few times. It is a real eye opener for sure. smile.gif.

@Mattadvproject is not kidding about a work out. Ski just 1 hour here and see how it compares to being on the slopes. Felt like 3 hours to me. My recommendation would be to bring your own boots and helmet.

Definitely recommend going and checking them out especially with the open house deal going on.


Thanks for the kind words Mike! Glad you've been down already and tried us out. Nik I know very well and he does a great job. An hour on the slope would be a killer, there's no chairlift here to rest on! You can ski and ride as much as your legs can handle.

Regards,

Matt

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