S-Games comp at Revelstoke Mountain Resort this weekend

Revelstoke's season-ender snowboard competition and fest is this weekend (Mar. 29–30) at Revelstoke Mountain Resort

Society Snow & Skate’s homegrown S-Games at Revelstoke Mountain Resort is everything a snowboard competition should be: fun first and see what happens after that. Now in its fourth year

PHOTO: Society Snow & Skate’s homegrown S-Games at Revelstoke Mountain Resort is everything a snowboard competition should be: fun first and see what happens after that. Now in its fourth year, the Mar. 29–30 event at Revelstoke Mountain Resort’s Revelation Lodge has seen steady improvements in the course and the talent of local and visiting competitors. Enter one of the many comps, or like most, just come hang out for the music, the sun and the fun. If you ride, the S-Games is the must-attend Revelstoke shred event of the season.

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