Just how good was the Scottish snowboard season?

Greg Bow and Andy Leslie enjoy the fruits of their labours. Photo: Barry Cairns

Glencoe had plenty to smile about, with records falling left and right – although you could say they were equally cursed and blessed. No less than 73 consecutive days of snow meant that the upper lifts were soon buried, remaining under the snow for roughly five weeks. Still, it meant that there was a healthy base that meant uplift continued right through to 5th May.

The weather meant that the famous Coe Cup had to be postponed, but the rescheduled event was a winner. Plus the Glasgow guys were up regularly to get the park going, and even got the attention of the national news – which resulted in this, one of our favourite videos from the whole season:

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