Fagaras splitboarding fun

We’re having great splitboarding days here in Romania, despite the fact that the weather is playing tricks on us.

Before heading up to the Fagaras mountains together, we spent a day in Bucegi with two Italian splitboarders to show them the correct techniques for going up steep climbs. Small talks about avalanche rescue, fine searching and probing are always welcomed. It is very important to train yourself to feel the probe so that you know the difference. Are you hitting stone, icy snow, a boot or a hand?

It’s up to you to find motivation in the snow!

Thanks to our sponsors Splitboard Romania, Boarder’s Cottage, Boarder’s Store.

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