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Indoor Ski Slope in San Francisco Touts Itself as Alternative for Athletic Training
Nov 4, 2017
Published Nov 4, 2017 at 10:44 PM | Updated at 10:47 PM PDT on Nov 4, 2017
During the Snow Bomb Festival at Pier 35 in San Francisco, a Bay Area ‘virtual startup’ Urban Snow, showcased a 30-foot slope with synthetic snow.
The company hopes to become the first indoor ski gym in California and have plans to build a facility in the South Bay with a 300-foot long main slope, a terrain park as well as a beginners area.
Their goal is to make training for snow sports more accessible and convenient for athletes.
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