Calling all shredders on the East Coast of the United States! Very excited to share some upcoming (and rare) opportunities to demo a splitboard in your neck of the woods. Join us at one of these events and learn what the thrill of earning your turns is all about!

In the first weeks of March there are three splitboard events going down in Vermont and New Hampshire. We’ll have a Jones splitboard quiver available for demo at all the events. Read on for details about how to register for the three events.

PICO HIKO SPLITFEST - March 1st

The 2nd annual Pic Hiko Splitfest is happening on Friday, March 1st at Pico Mountain in Killington, Vermont. Register for $25 to unlock access to unlimited demos from all the brands in attendance. Check in starts at 8:30am. Open demo riding time from 9am - 3:30pm.

Register here: https://picohiko19.eventbrite.com
RSVP: https://bit.ly/picohiko19

SPLIT THE PEAK AT JAY PEAK - March 2nd

The 2nd Annual Split The Peak splitboard demo is going down on Saturday, March 2nd at Jay Peak in Jay, Vermont. $25 registration allows you to demo a splitboard and join one of three guided splitboard tours departing throughout the day. Tour departure times are: 9:00am (fast pace), 11:00am (moderate pace), 1pm (post lunch pace).

Register and sign up for a departure time here: https://jaypeakresort.com/things-to-do/events/split-peak-2nd-annual-splitboard-demo

MOUNT WASHINGTON BACKCOUNTRY SKI FESTIVAL - March 8-10th

The 3rd annual Mount Washington Backcountry Ski Festival is happening March 8-10th in New Hampshire. The event offers backcountry and avalanche awareness courses, demo splitboards and backcountry ski gear, plus apres ski social hours and evening events.

Sign up at the Weekend Pass level or above to unlock a free all-day splitboard demo that you can pre-reserve.

More info and registration here: https://www.skimtwashington.com/registration/

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