Our family loves snowboarding.
We started teaching our two girls how to snowboard when they were one and two years old.
When we first started out, there were not many families that were snowboarding. In fact, the common misconception was that little kids could not snowboard.
Well, I am hear to tell you that kids, toddlers, and babies can snowboard.
But, getting started can be overwhelming. Even knowing what to expect your first time can bring on anxiety.
From gear suggestions, snowboarding tips, and trip ideas, we are covering it all!
(Please note that this is a new page and it is “somewhat” under construction and some new resources will be available in the fall of 2021)
Your Guide to Snowboarding
A complete guide on how to teach kids, toddlers, and babies to snowboard. I talk about the older kid and adult progressions through snowboarding and the differences to teaching babies and toddlers. At the end, three different moms share their experiences teaching their kids to carve. The youngest one learnt to carve at two years old!
SNOWBOARD AND SKI TRIPS
I am excited to share beautiful places to snowboard and ski. Check out our experience at some of Canada’s Top Resorts!
Snowboard and Ski Trips
Our family has explored a few different mountains across Canada.
Check out these ski destinations in Canada.
- Cat Skiing at Castle Mountain Resort
- The Ultimate Family Ski and Snowboard Vacation at Lake Louise
- Connect as a Family at Pincher Creek and Castle Mountain Resort
- Family Snowcation at Sunshine Village Ski Resort
- Multi Hill Ski Passes in Canada
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