Indoor Ski Slope in San Francisco Touts Itself as Alternative for Athletic Training

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.

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During the Snow Bomb Festival at Pier 35 in San Francisco, Urban Snow showcased their 30-foot slope with synthetic snow. (Nov. 4, 2017)
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Urban Snow is a 'virtual' Bay Area start-up hoping to make snow sports more accessible and convenient as the first ski gym. (Nov. 4, 2017)
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"We're going to enhance the skiing experience," said Jesse Clayton, the company co-founder. "What we will offer is a much-needed complement to what exists today, so people can spend more time practicing the sport they love." (Nov. 4, 2017)
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The 'virtual startup' hopes to be the first indoor ski gym in California and they have plans to build it in the South Bay by 2018 and eventually expand to other locations. (Nov. 4, 201
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The company plans to create a 300-foot long main slope and a terrain park as well as a beginners area. They are currently looking at building the facility in the Sunnyvale, San Jose, Milpitas area. (Nov. 4, 2017)
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