Want to try something different on the slopes apart from skiing or snowboarding? Then try airboarding, a new activity now offered at Smugglers’ Morse Highlands. An airboard is an inflated sled that is similar in weight and looks like a water raft. Grooves on the bottom of the airboard act as edges to facilitate steering, and the smooth bottom assures a speedy ride, says Smuggs’ Karen Boushie. Never been on an airboard? Not to worry as all first timers are required to participate in a short instructional clinic. Once instructed, you can freeride Monday through Friday from 2-4 p.m. for $20, including the airboard rental. You’ll need a valid lift ticket. Riders must be at least 10 years old, 48 inches tall, and wear a helmet.
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This, along with Smugs website, leave a lot of questions to be answered: how much are helmet rentals? How heavy can a rider be? How tall is too tall to try this? Is there any option to do this with only two-hour lift ticket? …. Must I buy a full lift ticket for only two hours?