Travel Alberta Grabs Big Air With Bust-A-Crater Online Snowboarding Game on

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Online Snowboarding game launches on with opportunities to Win Great Prizes and experience the Canadian Rockies.

Snowboarding veterans and those new to the sport can take a ride online with Bust-A-Crater, Travel Alberta's new interactive terrain park game. The game, which promotes safety, exercise and family activity, will be available on, which officially launched Monday, February 26. Kids of all ages can play to win some great weekly, monthly and grand prizes, including ski gear, equipment, phones and games.

Thanks to the greatest snowfalls in 20 years, Canada's Rocky Mountain Playground is the best place to flex your skis and push your limits amid stunning scenery, incredible terrain and deep natural powder. Winter enthusiasts can enjoy unequalled skiing and snowboarding opportunities and up to 1,000 centimetres of legendary powder every year. With more than 30 ski hills to choose from (six of them major resorts), there is plenty to discover in the Alberta Rockies.

Whether you're a skier or a rider, Alberta's terrain parks provide a new challenge for your skills. Today, there's hardly a hill without a terrain park as resorts around the province focus new energy on adding and upgrading their parks. With the extreme levels of snowfall at Alberta's ski hills it's a great time to learn how to grind the rails or to improve your game. It's simply a matter of showing up, hopping on some equipment and heading up the chairlift.

Go to Travel Alberta's to find all the information about Alberta skiing and boarding, including upcoming events, special travel offers and the latest snow reports at hills across the province. In the 'Boarders Only' section, you'll find great tips on terrain parks and where to find them, as well as the latest in fashion trends, equipment upgrades and our favourite runs. Start the Alberta Rockies experience at


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