I’m Tyler Carter, and if you’re a snowboarder, or just love the snow and all things winter, then you and I have something in common.
I have been passionate about snowboarding since I was a teenager and every winter season, I find myself heading to the mountains for some fresh powder and adrenaline-fueled runs.
I know what you’re thinking – “what sets Tyler apart from other snowboarders?” Well, I’ll let you in on a little secret. Whenever I hit the slopes, I always do something that most people wouldn’t expect.
When I’m out on the mountain, I don’t just snowboard aimlessly. I look for the most challenging runs, the ones that test my skills and push me to be a better rider. I want to know what the mountain is truly capable of, and how I can tackle it.
I’ve met a lot of experienced snowboarders over the years and they always seem impressed by my adventurous spirit and my love for taking on new challenges. They often tell me that they wish more riders would take the time to explore and appreciate the mountain, instead of sticking to the familiar, well-trodden runs.
One particularly memorable trip was in January 2022, when I went to Whistler Blackcomb for a week-long snowboarding trip with friends. I discovered a run that was a little off the beaten path, and it quickly became my favourite. It was called “The Dragon’s Tail” and it was a winding, technical run that required a lot of skill and control.
I’ll never forget the feeling of carving through fresh powder, taking on sharp turns and drops, and feeling completely in control. It was one of the most exhilarating experiences of my life.
When I’m not on the mountain, I spend my time studying snowboarding techniques and gear. I believe that having the right gear and understanding how to use it can make all the difference when you’re out on the slopes. It’s not just about having the latest, most expensive gear – it’s about knowing what gear works best for you and your style of riding.
I know that snowboarding can be a time-consuming and sometimes expensive hobby, but I believe that with the right mindset and gear, it can be a truly fulfilling and enjoyable experience.
That’s why I created this Snowboarding site. I want to share my passion and knowledge with other snowboarders and help make their experience on the mountain as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, I hope to provide you with valuable insights and tips to help you make the most of your time on the slopes.