What is a Gnarwall?

What is a Gnarwall?

January 13, 2018

Gnar·wall also gnar·whal (närwl) n.

"Gnarwall sightings are infrequent and usually limited to cases where the tusks have been used to chase skiers off cliffs and chutes. Gnarwalls have been implicated in bizarre skier accidents, in which they have used their tusks to emit a powerful pheromones causing otherwise skilled skiers and snowboarders to fall into unfortunate places." - Urban Dictionary

The name Gnarwall was born and created into an online store, gnarwalls.com to feature decals to those shredding the gnar, whether it be skiing, snowboarding, surfing or skateboarding. Then the Ski Trail Map idea was born and the name stuck. Fast forward four years, we transformed Gnarwalls.com into trail maps for resorts all over the country. Funny thing, it was after the name was created that we discovered the Urban Disctionary description. Kismet, we thinks, Yes! 

Gnarwall addicts are prone to saying phrases such as "That was the sickest line ever", "Dude, I totally landed in your bombhole", "Man, you stomped the shit out of that". Chronicgnarwall pheromone addicts are often depressed in perfectly sunny summer weather.

Cheers to hitting those fresh lines and please watch out for the Gnarwalls up in those hills. He may just cut you off by prodding you with his tusk and tossing you into the powder heavens for you never to be seen again. 

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