Five dollar bills were flying everywhere as the first stop of Vans Hi-Standard snowboard series kicked off January 17th 2015. The first stop of the tour was held in the Junkyard snow park, Simple Snowboarding’s home court of Mount St. Louis Moonstone. Read More
The March Break kicked off with the Horseshoe Open on March 7-9, which was hosting 3 events over 2 days. Saturday was the Rail Jam and the set up had a lot of variety and unique features. There were only a few team members who decided to compete in the Rail Jam, however those few who competed did really well. Read More
The Ontario Provincial Championships was held at Mount St. Louis Moonstone on March 1st and 2nd in the Outback terrain park. The Slopestyle competition was held on the Saturday, with a course that offered two different lines- a bigger and a smaller option. The Halfpipe competition was held on the Sunday in a perfectly groomed 18ft Halfpipe. Read More
The Slopestyle event of the Ontario Winter Games was held on March 1st at Mount St. Louis-Moonstone. Athletes between the ages of 12-15 had to qualify to compete in the OWG through their result at the 2013 Provincial Championships or the first AM Tour stop earlier in the season. Read More
The Volcom Peanut Butter Rail Jam was held at Blue Mountain on Saturday February, 8th. This is the most laid back and fun event of the season, so much so that they didn’t even have a schedule for the day. The philosophy behind the event is awesome- let the kids ride free. Read More
The second and final stop of the S.O. AM Tour was held at Horseshoe Valley Resort on February 1st. It was an overcast day with snow falling steadily but the conditions remained consistent. The competitors struggled to find speed for some of the jumps and the small take offs offered minimal air time. The Simple coaches got to work and quickly had all the team members get over the less than ideal course features and started to work on putting their runs together and making the best of it. Read More
On Sunday January, 19th Mount St. Louis-Moonstone hosted a double header event- the second stop of the Ontario Groms Series and the first stop of the S.O. AM Tour. Two back-to-back events in the same day made for a long and busy day, not only for the coaches and athletes but for the event organizers and the judges as well. Read More
Technically the Vans Hi-Standard is a competition, although the format and focus is completely different then any other contest this season. The Vans Hi-Standard is based on style- the competitors have a jam session and they have to call their trick before dropping. If they land the trick they called, they get $5. Read More
A Canadian Trip down to the best place to ride in the Summer!
Summer in Ontario is great and there are so many activities to enjoy the outdoors and beautiful weather. Wakeboarding, golf, cottaging, camping, swimming, BBQʼs and spending time with family and friends are some of the many ways to make the most of Summer. Read More
Simple makes a solid impression as Ciccarelli also makes finals in both Slope and Pipe events!
After a wind delayed event in Erzurum, Turkey with minimal Snow coverage, Tyler Nicholson emerged as the 2013 FIS Slopestyle Junior World Champion. Read More
Mount St. Louis-Moonstone has been the home of Simple Snowboarding since it’s inception over 6 years ago. During that time Simple and MSLM have formed a strong relationship and helped each other grow over the years. MSLM has always been setting the bar for Freestyle terrain in Ontario and constantly looks to improve their parks year after year, which is initially why Simple Snowboarding wanted to run their Programs there. Since then, there have been so many more reasons to stay. Read More
The March Break kicked off with the 3rd Annual Horseshoe Open which is a two day event with three separate contests, Friday saw the Slopestyle event, Saturday was the Rail Jam and Saturday night was the Big Air to cap it all off. With ideal Spring conditions all weekend the event was enjoyable for the athletes, spectators, and performers. Read More