Photos and Video: Ben Morine
As winter is drawing near, many skiers are itching at the bit to get their skis back out on the snow. Spirit Mountain helped the cause by holding their first annual Fall Throw Down Rail Jam. Skiers and Snowboarders came out to enjoy the setup, get together with friends, and spread the stoke of Skiing and Snowboarding.
A group of skiers wait to get their turn on the setup
The setup included a newly built down tube, a longer flat box, and a shorter flat box. The newly built down tube was definitely the most favored feature. It didn't take long for many of the riders to pull out their bag of tricks. Many 270 on, 270 off combinations were landed along with plenty of switch-ups.
Ross Dembsky winds up for a k-fed
The jam was not judged, but some of the most notable riders included: Andrew Kilness, Joel Tiburzi, and Jesse Pai.
David Duea slides the longer flat box
Spirit Mountain made a great move by introducing its first Fall Rail Jam. Fun was had by all and it was a great way to open up the season.