Mountain Creek sure knows how to cure the warm weather blues with their Spring Pipe Jam! Come out this Saturday, March 15 to see who can throw down the highest air or best method. There are many more categories to try to win and the event is free to participate. You definitely do not want to miss out on an event like this plus the weather is looking great.
Registration: High Cascade 10-11:30AM
When: Saturday March 15th Contest begins at 12PM
Where: Mountain Creek South High Cascade
The (Not-So) Legendary Banked Slalom is back again this Saturday, March 8th, at Mountain Creek. Get your swim trunks and coconut bikinis out of storage and ready for shredding because the theme this year is beach party! For a recap of last years event check out this Youtube video.
Registration: 9am-10:30am in South Lodge
Race starts at 11am
Awards at 3pm
After Party in Kink
Free to participate (lift ticket required). Dress for a day at the beach and get a $25 Lift Ticket. There will be 6 divisions and prizes for time, overall style, and costume. *Helmets Required
Home grown Mount Everest team rider Ryan Gormley currently going to school at Mount Snow Academy, doing big things at Carinthia.
Featuring Ryan Gormley, David McCarthy, Alex Atno, Levi Gunzburg, Bradley Harper, and Max Lyons
Volcom Peanut Butter and Rail Jam is coming to Mountain Creek, Saturday Feb. 15th. Come out and compete for $500 cash and a change to win 15 grand or just come cheer on some talented local shredders. There will be free give aways, free food and probably some sweet bails so it should be fun!
Free to enter — registration will begin at 8am at the south lodge.
Click here for Liability waiver Print it out, fill it out, sign it (parent signature if under 18) and bring it to registration. There will be blank liability waivers the day of the event.
DIVISIONS (Your division is determined by the age you are the day of the event):
- Men’s Open
- Women’s Open
- 15 & Under
*Top 5 in each Division qualify for the 2014 PBRJ World Championships!
More info: Jared firstname.lastname@example.org
OvRride, Mount Everest and the Burton Store at Menlo Park have teamed up to offer NJ the bus trip it deserves. Join us for day trips on a modern chartered coach bus to Hunter MT in the Catskills, and weekend trips to the legendary Vermont mountain experience at Stowe Resort.
Day trips to Hunter Mountain start at $49.95 for bus only and bus with a lift ticket package is $84.95. Pickup locations include Burton Menlo Park, Hoboken, and Mount Everest Store in Westwood.
Weekend bus trips to Stowe Mountain include 3 days away from Friday – Sunday, at The Mountaineer Inn (March trip to Sun & Ski Inn). Packages start at $189.95 for bus only and will range to $399.95 for lift, lodge, and bus. Pickup locations include Burton Menlo Park, Skate Brooklyn, Homage, Burton NYC, and REI Paramus.
Gather up your gear and book a bus trip before all the spots are sold out! Book your bus trip today here.
Lets start this season off with a celebration. OvRride is hosting their annual season kick-off party and premiering this years YES film “Missions”. There will be drink specials, giveaways, and raffles including a YES snowboard, gear from Giro, Mount Everest, SHUT skateboards, Homage Brooklyn, Blades, Skate Brooklyn, and more! If that doesn’t sound tempting enough, OvRride is proud to donate a portion of the proceeds raised to benefit the Hoods to Woods Foundation. This great not-for-profit organization empowers under-served youth through outdoor sports.
So come out this Thursday to Hotel Chantelle, 92 Ludlow Street at 7pm to win some prizes and celebrate the arrival of winter with all of us!
OvR Season Kick-Off Party
Location: Hotel Chantelle 92 Ludlow Street NYC
Date: Thursday, November 21st
Time: Doors open at 7pm
Please email RSVP@OvRride.com to confirm a spot
Join the event on Facebook and invite your friends!
Don’t miss Nike Snowboarding’s Never Not screening at the Bowery Ballroom!
Date: Monday, October 28th, 2013
Location: Bowery Ballroom, 6 Delancey St, New York, NY
Check out the trailer for Part I:
From Nike: Featuring a diverse cast of the world’s most talented riders, Never Not brings viewers along for a nonstop, all-terrain mission to the bleeding edge of snowboarding progression. From the high peaks of the Alaskan alpine to Canada’s powder highway to the streets of Moscow and the American Midwest, Never Not presents a mind-bending blend of backcountry and urban action. Whether your favorites are veteran powder pros like Nicolas Müller and Gigi Rüf or young and hungry riders on the rise like Jed Anderson, Jess Kimura, and Halldór Helgason, Never Not is a movie that will inspire you to get up and go riding.
Riders: Gigi Ruf, Nicolas Muller, Justin Bennee, Jed Anderson, Halldor Helgason, Sage Kotsenburg, Jess Kimura, Laura Hadar, Annie Boulanger, Johnnie Paxson, Ethan Morgan
The goal of the series is to give something back to the kids. Deviating from the established way snowboard contests are run, we put our heads together and came up with a fresh format. Instead of having three rails in a row, we put them side by side to create a rail zone. This boosts the energy level and fun nature of the contest because everyone is together, riding, hiking, and watching in a big group. There are four divisions; 15 & under, 16 & over, Girls and Open (pro-am). The contest runs in a jam format so there are no scheduled runs. You can hit each of the rails as many times as you want during your 20 minute heat. The judges only care about tricks you pull, so you don’t need to worry about falling. The event is absolutely free, on a first come first serve basis, and boasts tons of free prizes and PB&J sandwiches! Also, Everyone who enters walks away with a t-shirt and stickers!! See you on the hill!
- 8:00am – 10:00am – Registration
- 10:00am – 10:30am – Riders meeting
- 10:30am – 11:00am – Open practice
- 11:00am – 11:30am – 15 & under qualifier
- 11:30am – 12:00pm – 16 & over qualifier
- 12:00pm – 12:30pm – Girls
- 12:30pm – 1:00pm – sandwich break
- 1:00pm – 1:30pm – Open qualifier
- 1:30pm – 2:00pm – 15 & under finals
- 2:00pm – 2:30pm – 16 & over finals
- 2:30pm – 3:00pm – Girls finals
- 3:00pm – 3:30pm – Open finals
- 3:30pm – 4:00pm – Awards
This February 12th – 16th, Mount Everest will be bringing another stadium sale to the Meadowlands. With plenty of days left in the season and just in time for President’s Week, now is the perfect time to grab all the gear you need at amazing prices.
We’ve worked hard to replenish our inventory and increase our product offering so there is sure to be great gear for everyone of all ages, ability levels and style. Ski and Snowboard packages start at $250 and every ski or snowboard purchase comes with a Free Lift Ticket to Mountain Creek or Windham, a $10 Mount Everest Gift Card and one free tune-up card that never expires.
Great deals on winter outerwear and accessories are abound; with end-of-season-type discounts on current styles and super-discounted stadium-only specials, this sale has everything you need to get kitted from head to toe. Just attending the sale gains you access to additional offers at Mount Everest’s Retail Store. Before leaving the sale be sure to get your hands on coupons that includes a skis or snowboard mount service for $12 (free if you are traveling from NYC), tune-up for $12, and an extra 5% any future purchase.
Tuesday, February 12th: 5pm – 10pm
Wednesday, February 13th: 12pm – 10pm
Thursday, February 14th: 12pm – 10pm
Friday, February 15th: 12pm – 10om
Saturday, February 16th: 9am – 9pm
Free Admission | Free Parking | Free NYC Shuttles powered by OvRride
For more information on the Meadowlands Stadium Ski and Snowboard Sale visit the stadium website at http://www.ridemteverest.com/giants-stadium-sale/ call 800.683.8373 or visit Mount Everest at 318 3rd Avenue, Westwood, NJ 07675
ThirtyTwo’s claim to fame are their snowboards boots and for all the right reasons. They’re known for being lightweight, well-fitting, and packed with progressive tech features. ThirtyTwo’s lineup of technical outerwear is no exception. With team riders like Joe Sexton, Scott Stevens, Jake Kuzyk and Chris Bradshaw testing the line, you know this gear can take a beating.