Snowboarder making a jump with arms wide
November 12, 2013

Attention all snowboarders: Ober Gatlinburg ski lodge is having a rail jam in November! In case you're unfamiliar with the phrase, a “rail jam” is an exhilarating contest in which snowboarders perform tricks on rails, pipes, boxes and other structures. This year’s rail jam will take place at 6 pm on November 22, just around the corner from our cabins in Gatlinburg. Here are the top four reasons you don’t want to miss this event:

1. It’s free.

As the old saying goes, “free is a very good price!” There is no cost to enter the snowboarding contest or to watch the snowboarders compete.

2. Snowboarder can win prizes.

The top finishers in the rail jam will get cash prizes and the finalists will get special awards. Your snowboard could be the golden tickets to win some serious loot!

3. Plenty of entertainment and activities.

Not a snowboarder? Don’t worry about it! Starting at 4 pm, guests will be able to enter the resort and listen to live music, get something to eat or drink, and watch skil films. You will also have the chance to enter giveaways and buy great products from some local vendors.

4. It’s close to our cabins in Gatlinburg.

Parkside Cabin Rentals is just minutes away from Ober Gatlinburg! With jacuzzis, romantic wood burning fireplaces, fully equipped kitchens and free wifi, our cabins in Gatlinburg have everything you need for an unforgettable vacation in the Smokies. Visit our Cabin Rentals page to see all of the incredible properties we are currently renting!

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