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Research Paper in English By Mathias Zollbrecht Theme Backcountry Snowboarding in Oregon and the Southwest Washington Cascades First of all the definition of Backcountry Snowboarding When you see photos from snowboarder with deep fresh powder snow in magazines it is like a dream you want to feel free and you wished you were with the snowboarder on the picture Those boarder dont use chairlifts and board on a slope with many people on it they use very often the helicopter or the snowmobile because with them they can get into untouched powder slopes Here I want to show you another way how to get into the nice winter landscape of Oregons Backcountry Mountain and what equipment you will need for your safety on the slope The environments of the Cascades The landscape here in the North Pacific Cascades is made out of extreme high volcanoes and their smaller neighboring mountains Mount Rainier is the highest of them with its 14411 feet It is also the tallest mountain of the Cascades and thats also the reason why around 10000 people every year try to climb him But only half of them make it Equipment There are three different kinds how to go on the mountains 1 The snowshoes they are the most common method to hike the mountain They are like a board which goes on the bottom of the snowboard boots 2 A few people cut their cross-country skies in apart So they can hike the mountain with the short skies and when they go down they put the skies on the backpack But all of these methods have one problem They do not include the snowboard which must be carried on the back of the backpack And hiking with backpack and snowboard is very exhausting for a long time 3 So Burton invented a new method to beat the mountain They built the first Splitboard This
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