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Skiers put “roller skis” to good use, Woodward at Copper summer 2013

Woodward at Copper‘s 19.4K square-foot Barn re-opened on Saturday, complete with a half-million dollars worth of renovations. As part of the renovation, all Snowflex surfaces were replaced with Skatelite—the common surface used on skateboard mini- and vert-ramps. How do skiers shred on that material, you ask? Answer: Woodward’s exclusive line of park skis on wheels.

Shredding on wheels may sound tricky, but in fact, users all comment on the skis’ ease of use. Visiting pros agree: Training on Skatelite is more efficient than skiing on the Snowflex. The video above gives you a glimpse of coaches and campers throwing down using the new system.

The Barn now sports an additional 4,000 square feet of multi-level platforms—there, you’ll find the latest in progression and teaching tools, all designed to help you take your shred skills to the next level. Additional renovations include a small booter into a new foam pit, allowing for the development of beginner park skills. Campers will also be able to take their new tricks to the snow via the Summer Central Terrain Park, packed with sweet jibs, jumps, bonks and more.

Freeskier fans save big on Woodward at Copper:

To celebrate the renovation, Woodward is offering Freeskier fans a one-time offer to save big bucks on weeks #2-6 when Camp is booked by June 21, 2013. Space is limited so call 866-260-6306 today, and ask for discount code #10036. More information on Woodward at Copper’s Ski or Digital Media Camps, and how to book, can be found here.

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Make it the “best summer ever” with Woodward Summer Camp—book your Camp session now.

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