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Snow Fall 0"

Temperature 31°F

Hello everyone,

I hope you all have been out enjoying the parks lately. They are in great shape and riding well. If you haven’t gotten to check them out recently, there have been some awesome changes made to them.  The park crew is working hard to keep them in peak riding conditions.

Here’s what’s new and upcoming for Terrain Parks:

Park Changes:

There is a sweet jump line in the Double Feature Terrain Park. The last jump was recently rebuilt to make it even better. The Matinee Terrain Garden on Beginner’s Luck has a new snow feature in it. It’s a small table top that is designed for all skiing and riding abilities. It is great for those who are just getting in to park skiing or riding and a lot of fun for jibs for all park skiers and riders.

Competition:

This coming Saturday, February 24 we will be hosting the Double Feature Throw Down Competition.  This is our park on North Slope which contains medium and large features.  This is a free competition for all ages and abilities. Skiers and boarders alike are invited to enter the competition and show off park skills.  Anyone under 18 will need a parent or guardian to sign a waiver for them.  Registration will be taking place on the third floor of the main base lodge from 10:00am-11:00am. The competition will be held at noon, meeting at the top of the Double Feature Park. There will also be some prizes to win!

Vacation Week:

This week is February vacation week! There will be extended hours of operation every day through Saturday, February 24th. The mountain will be open from 8:30am-8:00pm and the Double Feature Park and The Reel Park will remain open for night skiing.  Have fun out there and be safe in the parks.  Read the signs in our parks so you know what the park includes and how to be safe while riding them. Check out Park SMART for some tips on how to stay safe while enjoying the parks: http://www.terrainparksafety.org/

We hope to see you out on the hill!

Jen Fargo

Terrain Park Ranger