Join Gnu at Mt Baker’s Legendary Banked Slalom February 7th, 8th & 9th, 2014

Gnu is proud to once again be a sponsor of the longest running snowboard contest in history, the 29th Annual Legendary Mount Baker Banked Slalom.


The LBS is the original event in snowboarding that draws every walk of snowboarder, from rail basher to powder smasher, for three days of going left, then right, then left, then right as fast as humanly possibly down a weird, wild, and magical gully. Pros and Ams from around the world converge for a chance at winning a coveted roll of spray painted duct tape affixed to a rock, and to race among legends like LBS Champions Terje and Temple Cummins’. While the competition inside the course is a serious racer head-trip all focused on getting a good time, the gathering outside the fence is already there, enjoying the salmon feed, the beer gardens, the on hill Gnu demo, and on Mt. Baker’s legendary terrain. Forecasts look promising for some decent precip. Saturday night and all day Sunday. Say your Prayers!

Join Gnu at Mt Baker’s Legendary Banked Slalom February 7th, 8th & 9th, 2014, tag and follow the event with #GnuLBS on InstagramTwitterFacebook, and Google+ . You are already here.

#GnuLBS Instagram Photo Contest

Tag your Weird, Wild, and Magical shots of the 29th Annual Legendary Banked Slalom with #GnuLBS for your chance to win Gnu’s Dirty Pillow BTX or B.Nice BTX (winners choice).


Gnu’s world renown lensmen Tim Zimmerman will choose a winner from all Instagram photos tagged #GnuLBS. Winner will be notified via Instagram by @gnusnowboards before the awards ceremony.

Demo a Gnu Snowboard at LBS!


At the White Salmon base area Gnu’s demo tent will be set up all LBS weekend and will have boards from next year’s 14/15 line-up to try out. Get Weird with the newest technology, contours, and shapes!

If you can’t make it don’t worry we got you covered, follow all the action at

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