Absolutely not. A DUI requires a vehicle - that is specifically defined in the Vehicle Code as something that is driven or drawn upon a highway, but excludes something moved exclusively by human power.
There may be other charges, but a DUI is NOT possible.
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No. When I was in college we were able to take skiing as a course to fulfill physical education requirements. People would drink beforehand. One of those taking this course got too drunk and skied right into a tree. He died as a result. I am telling you this to encourage you to be wise about how much you drink before snowboarding.
Does your snowboard have a motor attached? And do you ride it on a street? No? Ok, then you're safe.
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No, but depending how intoxicated you get, you could get a drunk in public charge which is no way as bad as a DUI.
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