Shut Up And Snowskate Part Deux!

Snoqualmie Pass, Wash. — The Summit at Snoqualmie and the good folks at Gnu Snowskateboards bring you the follow-up to the event that shocked the world. Get ready for Shut Up and Snowskate Part Deux!

Saturday, March 27th, The Gnu Intergalactic Snowskate Park becomes the universal epicenter of enjoyment. The Super Radical Park Jam features the biggest and most innovative snowskate park on record with booters, rails, boxes, wallrides, ahand-dug bowl line complete with coping and more. The day also features the return of the Starting To Gain Credibility But Still Not So LegendaryMini-Banked Slalom or the S.T.G.C.B.S.N.S.L.M.B.S. for short. And if that wasn’t enough, add some live punk rock music from The Supersuckers, The LonelyKings, and Satan in Yellow and it’s on! “This definitely won’t suck,” says The Summit’s youth marketing manager Krush Kulesza.

Thirty competitor spots are available at and are going fast. The music and general good times are free to all that show up. Brought to you by Gnu, Snowboy Productions, Electric, One Ball Jay, NorthwestSnowboards and Anonymous.

The Summit at Snoqualmie is a proud partner with the USFS offering equal opportunity recreation, and is part of Booth Creek Resorts. Booth Creekconsists of six resorts across North America, including Northstar-at-Tahoe and Sierra-at-Tahoe in the Lake Tahoe region of California; Waterville Valley, Cranmore Mountain Resort and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire; and The Summit at Snoqualmie near Seattle, Washington. Booth Creek is the fourth largest owner of ski resorts in the country (