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Red Bull Slopesoakers at Copper Mountain: Photo Recap

On Saturday, the Snowboard Magazine crew rolled up to Copper Mountain and witnessed one of the best springtime events/ parties out there, The Red Bull Slopesoakers. Imagine a pond skim with features; participants hitting rails and jumps that launched them over, across and often into various pools of water, resulting in daring tricks and crashes the crowd thoroughly enjoyed. Up for grabs were various prizes including Copper season passes, GoPros and cold, hard, cash. So, despite the casual nature of the event, riders were sending it and attempting the unthinkable on this wild course. Cruise down below to check out a gallery of images from the day and keep an eye out for video coming soon.

Learn more about the event here.

redbull.com

See also: Red Bull Slopesoakers returns to Copper Mountain on April 15th


All photos by Daniel Milchev/Red Bull Content Pool

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