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Freeride Events

Summit Masters | Saturday 7 September

Tradition and true roots return to The Summit as the final event of the 2019 Freestyle series for skiers. 

This year we will have a solid day of competitive bumps skiing on the Saturday, with a Lyne Gross expression session recovery day on Sunday.

The event is a side by side knock out in a crafted hot dog style blended mogul course. 

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Bandwagon Banked Slalom | Saturday 14 September

This event is the ultimate Banked Slalom for those snowboarders who love a bumpy ride!

One of the last events for the Falls Freestyle series in 2019, the BBS is a competition not for the faint hearted... There will be berms, jumps, bumps and spills galore when the community and visitors alike come together to wind their way through Falls Creek's brand new course.

This year the banked slalom will only be open to snowboarders. 

Make sure you get involved in the Western Theme of the day - there will be prizes for best dressed!

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The Dreamer | Sunday 15th September

The Park event for the people, it’s all about riding and having fun with your friends!

The dreamer will run like it did last season, where participants move through the park riding one feature at a time, calling their tricks while the hosts commentate and give away prizes for successful attempts and cash for progressing themselves to the next level.

This event isn’t all about the best ticks to impress the judges; it’s about having fun and progressing throughout the day.

 If you can slide a box and can hit the left small jumps in the drovers train park, this event is for you. We will be starting the day on smaller features in the Drovers terrain park, and working our way to the medium features.

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Spring Sessions Slopestyle | Sunday 22nd September

The Spring Sessions Slopestyle will follow on from the Spring Sessions Freeride Camps.
This event is open to everyone and will be the last Park event for the season so don't miss out!

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