Thanks Peter! Your picture doesnt seem to work for me though...
Here's more ideas:1st peak – Bongo Mountain
Bongo Mountain is a funky and lively peak full of happiness, perfect for beginners. Its low summit and proximity to a hot geyser have resulted in a mixed landscape full of jungle forests, snowy trails and melting icefalls. Step into a warm and friendly atmosphere and take a ride down some of the most colorful and cool courses out there. Transportation is easy. There are plenty of lodges to relax in and a bunch of houses available for purchase scattered all over the mountain and in Mango-City. Races
Mango-City MunchdownBig air/pipes
Castaway2nd peak – Chillside Peak
Chillside Peak is an intermediate peak with lots of unique and action-packed tracks. The snow here is smooth and thick and certainly makes for a fun ride. The wide and open landscape may get you lost if you’re not careful. Transportation is limited. There’s a town called Frostville where it’s possible to purchase houses. Be sure to check out the track “Soarin Over Chillside”, by far the craziest track ever made – it’s made up of chunks of ice and snow held up in the air by a line of moving helicopters!Races
Soarin Over ChillsideBig air/pipes
Chops & TopsShowoffs
The Trekker3rd peak – Misty Alps
Misty Alps is a strange and mysterious peak full of wonder and wrath. Recommended for advanced boarders, its weather conditions are tough and unpredictable. Transportation is mixed. There are 3 small villages here, with one villa available for purchase in each one (Zarbinsfield, Boobay, and Dragon's Creek). People here love scary stuff, pranks, magic, and circuses, which has resulted in a range of inspiring tracks where fun and horror meets.Races
Always Say Always
Trick a ThreatBig air/pipes
Mistfall4th peak – Dark Summit
Dark Summit is the ultimate test for any boarder who wants to try and see how far they can push their limit. This peak is the highest of all four peaks, and the shape of its cliffs and passes have resulted in tracks that are sometimes constantly obscured by the sun – hence the peak’s name. Transportation is extremely limited and only possible at three locations via heliplane – at the top of the summit, by the Central Lodge, and at the end of the 2 race/showoff tracks that share the same finish line. If you play “Story Mode”, the Dark Summit plays an important role in the main story, and some of the tracks here can only be unlocked through Story Mode and not via the normal “Tour Mode”.Races
Race of Blindness (only unlocked after playing Story Mode)Showoff
Pipe of Nightmare (only unlocked after playing Story Mode)Off-pists (only unlocked after playing Story Mode)
Unknown BaseStory Mode
In the Story Mode, you can only choose to play as one of the two new characters, in contrast to the “Tour Mode” where all characters are playable. You will play as either Robert “Rob” Dashini from America, or Michelle “Miki” Skidmore from England. However, all the other characters are featured in the story. The premise is as followed:
The SSX competition has recently kicked off, and the SSX riders are having a blast. The new mountain is simply amazing and the tracks are better than ever before. But something dark is on the move. Unknown riders with masked faces have been spotted trying to sabotage the competition. And one day the snowfall gets really intense, ultimately postponing the competition and instead focusing on the inner city events at Mango-City. The morning after the big showdown of Mango-City Munchdown, some fellow SSX riders are kidnapped, and then suddenly all electricity is blown out. And the snowfall gets even worse. Now it’s up to the SSX riders left to find their way up the mountain and find out what’s going on!
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