X22 Snowboarding, who are the makers of the X22 Stomp Pads, are highlighting the top snowboarding destinations in the world. British Columbia, Canada is home to Whistler Blackcomb, a ski and snowboard resort located north of Vancouver. This resort boasts the longest unsupported cable car span in the world, the Peak 2 Peak gondola, which allows snowboarders to access both Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains. Whistler was the main venue for alpine sports when Vancouver hosted the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
There are 37 lifts, including 5 gondolas and 13 high speed chairlifts, which feed over 200 runs. There is a good balance of easy, intermediate, and advanced terrain. There are 5 terrain parks, a superpipe, and a snowcross course, all of which are world-class.
Whistler Blackcomb receives an average of 38 feet(11.6m) of snowfall annually, which ensures incredible boarding conditions every year. With 8,171 acres of terrain, 200 runs, 16 alpine bowls, and one of the longest boarding seasons in North America, it’s easy to see why Whistler Blackcomb has long been regarded as a mecca for snowboarders. This is one of the best snowboarding destinations in the world.
When you buy your snowboarding gear this year, don’t forget to buy a stomp pad. Nobody makes better stomp pads than X22 Snowboarding. Go to X22snowboarding.com to see the newest innovation to the stomp pad: The X22 Spike Pad. These amazing all-metal stomp pads boast 1/2 inch silver coated stainless steel spikes, which lock into the bottom of the snowboarders boot to provide an unprecedented level of control and stability when getting off of the chairlift. These stomp pads were made by a snowboarder, for snowboarders, and have been tested by snowboarders for years. They come in several kick-ass designs and finishes and look awesome on any snowboard. You have never seen stomp pads like these before. Go to X22snowboarding.com to get your new stomp pad.