Sun Valley Snowboarding
X22 Snowboarding, who are the makers of all-metal snowboard stomp pads, are highlighting the top snowboarding destinations in the world. Blaine County, Idaho is home to Sun Valley, a resort city located in the central part of the state. The ski and snowboard area is comprised of two mountains: Bald Mountain and Dollar Mountain. Bald Mountain has a top elevation of 9,150ft(2,789m) at the summit. It is renowned as one of the best mountains to ride in the world, due to a 3,400ft. vertical drop as well as great weather conditions. Dollar Mountain is the site of Sun Valley’s Snowsports School, and has excellent learning areas for beginners and novices.
On Bald Mountain, there are 12 lifts which feed 66 runs. On Dollar Mountain there are 5 lifts which service 10 runs. There is a good balance of easy, intermediate, and advanced terrain. Dollar Mountain is also home to one of the best terrain parks in the world. There is a 22-foot superpipe as well.
Sun Valley is regarded as the birthplace of the winter sports destination. The world’s first chairlifts were installed on Dollar and Proctor Mountains in 1936. This resort has long been frequented by those looking for a one-of-a-kind alpine experience. With its optimum weather, short lift lines, world-class terrain park, and excellent learning facilities, it is easy to see why Sun Valley is regarded as one of the best snowboarding destinations in the United States.
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