Snowboarding is a sport that was inspired by sports like skiing, skateboarding, and surfing all of which it took inspiration from and has elements of each within it. Snowboarding is represented in the Winter Olympics, Paralympics, and also the Winter X-games along with many other snowboarding tournaments and events that are held across the world. Snowboarding's modern roots started in the 1960s and over the next few decades became a popular recreational sport, and today athletes like Shaun White have made snowboarding become a globally popular sport with fans and athletes from across the world.
Snowboarding is a sport in which a rider goes down a snowy slope on a board that is attached to their feet using a specially designed boot and straps.
Typically, most people believe that snowboarding is harder to learn, but easier to master while skiing is something that is easier to learn, but harder to master.
The point of snowboarding is to have fun going down a snowy hill at high speeds and in competitions the goal is to do the best tricks, or be the fastest.
To get all the snowboarding equipment that you need can cost from $300 to $400 which, while expensive, is cheaper than getting all the ski equipment you would need which would be from $500 to $600.