Can’t wait to get back to the park this winter?
We have listed some great locations where you want to go for some awesome parks!
First up we have the award winning A51 in Keystone. You can start off easy on, well, Easy Street to last year’s form and when you have, cruise on over to Main Street for some real challenges.
If you want to challenge yourself with the same jumps and jibs as Shaun White, Andreas Wiig and other pros, Keystone and its Main Street is the place for you, which many pros frequents during the season.
Nationally recognized as one of the absolute best park, A51 is guaranteed to impress!
Breckenridge also has an award-winning range of parks. Your every park wish will be answered here: jibs, rails, boxes, wall ride, quarterpipe, halfpipe, 22-foot superpipe and more.
And of course you will find appropriate features for your skill level, from beginner to expert. Beginners can start off in Bonanza park and work their way up to where the experts play, Freeway park.
California’s white pearl Mammoth Mountain is home to some fantastic park riding. Mammoth’s great terrain parks offers a little bit of everything, from small jumps, rails, big jumps, to big 22-foot superpipe.
In other words – with its eleven parks, featuring 126 rails, boxes and jibs, 95 jumps, three half pipes: 12-, 18- and 22-foot – Mammoth has great park riding for every skill level.
Park City, Utah
If you are a jib and jump addict, you will without a doubt love Park City and Canyons. Divided into a bunch of parks you will find no shortage of jibs, rails, jumps and all your other favorite park features.
In the town where the famous Sundance Film Festival is held you also have a lot to do and explore on a day off the slopes. There are art centers, shopping, dining and more.
Park riders from all over US, Canada and the world comes to the Mecca of park riding that is Whistler every year to experience world class riding.
More than 150 features, including 90 rails, one 18-foot halfpipe and 40 jumps. Whistlers terrain parks are groomed twice every 24 hours, so you can expect a great experience every day.
That concludes our list.
Have you been to any of the places on the list, or maybe some other great park?
Please share in the comments and let us know which park you would recommend!
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