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Vail Colorado is a small town of no more than 5,000 residents but is acclaimed to be the largest ski mountain in Colorado and the third-largest single-mountain ski resort in the United States. Vail stays snow-free from July to August, but snowfall extends from October to May! Vail rises from 8,120 feet to 11,570 which gives the mountain a vertical rise of 3,450 feet! It has 5,289 acres of skiable area, 33 ski lifts, 193 marked skiing trails which range from the front side of the mountain and to the back bowls. All of this terrain makes for a perfect mountain for any type of skiers, snowboards, and now ski-bikers!!
We aren’t persuading you with claims of cross-country skiing, figure skating, ski jumping, alpine skiing, or bobsleigh! We’re giving you the treat to try something new.
It’s the Fun That Brings You Back to OneUp Sportz
OneUp Sportz has combined snowmobiling and dirt bike riding to make a unique mixture, which is called the SNO-GO. The snow sport guarantees an endless amount of fun for amateurs, hobbyists, and professionals alike —or you can ask for your money back if it fails to deliver! Riders use their limb motor functions to steer the SNO-GO bike left and right as they make their way down the mountain via the slope. Don’t worry if you aren’t quite able to comprehend the activity just yet; at OneUp Sportz, we give you all the tutorials you need for perfecting the sport in no more than 5 runs! In addition, we stay on watch while you stay on the mountain to ensure your safety at all times.
Fun That Brings You Back
What are you waiting for?! There is no better time to book your bike with OneUp Sportz! The full-fledged 7-hour SNO-GO experience is available for $125. Alternatively, you can also make use of the 2-hour SNO-GO Rental package for $69.99. For your convenience, we’ve included a worry-free pickup and drop-off for SNO-GO bikes, so you’ll never be losing that bit of energy on dragging heavy gears across the mountain before even getting on the slopes!
Fun That Brings You Back
Note: SNO-GO is a winter sport that has been accredited by the Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI). The bikes used for SNO-GO and the relatively short learning curve of “leaning, not steering” make this an activity much safer than snowboarding and skiing. Even with little to no prior experience of SNO-GO, you can bet on having full control of the bike in just 3 to 5 runs.