Look: Snowboarding On Volcanoes in Canada
Honestly, Canada is so nice we weren't sure if it even had Volcanoes in it. But one look at the Holy Bowly set up at Sunshine Village earlier this month, and we counted over 8 immediately! Casey Flipsen made quick work of the setup, as did plenty of other snowboarders that went up for the annual event held by Snowboy Productions. Obviously these are just snow volcanoes, but we did a littler research and turns out our neighbors to the north have a few active mountains of their own.
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Canada is home to several volcanoes primarily located in the western provinces of British Columbia and Yukon. Mount Garibaldi is a dormant stratovolcano located in southwestern British Columbia. Mount Baker, although primarily located in the United States, crosses over the border into British Columbia and is an active stratovolcano known for its scenic beauty. Mount Meager, also in southwestern British Columbia is a complex volcanic system with a history of major eruptions. Wells Gray-Clearwater Volcanic Field, located in east-central British Columbia, is also an active area with numerous volcanic cones and lava flows. There are a few more, including Hoodoo Mountain, an isolated volcanic cone with a well-preserved crater, but none of them provide the quick hits for snowboarding like the ones hand shaped for the contest earlier this month. Call us crazy, but we prefer those.
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