Park Update 1-3-13

Terrain Parks Update!

As many of you notice the traditional main park has looks a bit different these days. This year we are experimenting with expanding the terrain park around the mountain while still maintaining excellent terrain for the non-park riding guests. With the insane snowfall we’ve already received, the Top Phlight park is in prime form with mid-season size pro-line jumps. A few photos of the Top Phlight Park:

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Top of the park. Looking right, jib line with several bonks, rails and boxes. Looking left - fun hip into a two jump line.

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Looking up after the hip then two jump line

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One Light area - Shot gun pole & a Dorito box!

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Coming down towards the bottom - flat down with a stair set then into the banked wallride, Space Needle, Disco Box and flat tube

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Looking up from the bottom

 


 

The Tye Creek Park is the new beginner – intermediate park located on Promenade below Tye Mill. Here you’ll find two separate jump lines with smaller user friendly tabletop jumps, several intermediate boxes and rails, and a fun hip for folks to learn transitions.

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Left line include a flat box and small down rail, two jumps then a fun hip.

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The right line includes a podium box, 10' up box and two small jumps

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Top of the Tye Creek Park!


The Beacon Hill Park is designed for folks who are just being introduced to park and man-made features. Located at the bottom of Daisy it provides easy access from our intermediate lifts. Here you’ll find a line of two boxes in a row and a line of a flat tube and a double barrel rail. This setup is ideal for riders who are looking to leave the comforts of the snow and try rails for the first time. 

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Mini A-frame box and a 10' flat rail

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12' flat box and a 12' tube rounds out the Beacon Hill park.

Be sure to have fun out there and easy style it!


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