1080 Snowboarding has all the key factors in it to make it the best snowboarding, perhaps even one of the best sports games ever made.
Granted, it has some minor flaws, like only six courses (plus Air Make, and half-pipe), and some might find the landing system incredibly hard, but if you can brush those small drawbacks aside, what you'll find is a terrific, extremely fun to play game that offers much more than meets the eye.
The game's five main boarders, plus three hidden ones to choose from offer plenty of variety and differences so that everyone can have a favorite person (mine being Dion for his speed and power).
There are four available courses at the begging of the game, but two can be uncovered if you beat the match race part of it, Dragon Cave and Deadly Fall. The courses are varied and challenging, in my opinion, Golden Forest is the best.
The many options in 1080 would include trick attack, time attack, 2 player versus, contest, and training mode.
All in all, 1080 Snowboarding is aboved and beyond what I expected from it, plenty to keep the average gamer going for quite a while. It's a must buy for any gamer's N64 library, period.