Despite Weather, Dew Tour 2016 Forges On in Breckenridge

Despite Weather, Dew Tour 2016 Forges On in Breckenridge

This year's Dew Tour, which returned to Breckenridge December 8 through 11, saw reimagined slopestyle courses - and bad weather that cancelled half of Sunday's events. But the weather was only a minor hiccup during the annual event, which saw a few changes this year. “Whenever people ask for my input, I’m always saying, ‘Let’s change it up. Let’s change it all the way up,’” snowboarder Danny Davis, who influenced some of the changes to this year’s competition courses and formats, told Westword before Dew. “Dew Tour is really stepping it up this year with some wild designs.”


This year's Dew Tour, which returned to Breckenridge December 8 through 11, saw reimagined slopestyle courses - and bad weather that cancelled half of Sunday's events. But the weather was only a minor hiccup during the annual event, which saw a few changes this year. “Whenever people ask for my input, I’m always saying, ‘Let’s change it up. Let’s change it all the way up,’” snowboarder Danny Davis, who influenced some of the changes to this year’s competition courses and formats, told Westword before Dew. “Dew Tour is really stepping it up this year with some wild designs.”
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