Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Park Features Opening Day

We will have features in the High Divide Terrain Park opening day. The Terrain Park Crew is still figuring out exactly what that will be. The cat drivers are pushing out the snow right now. Once Tyler and crew see the finished snow product, they are going to match the snow to the most appropriate park feature in the quiver. There is some artistry here and they will make it right. Guaranteed to be fun.



16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are you going to put in those new features(The waterfall and C-rail), maybe put that tube rail in the photo at more of an uphill angle like a cannon? Maybe a booter or two?

Anonymous said...

you should put the dfd, waterfall, crail and a tube

Anonymous said...

Handrails only. No speed for jumps or dfd, nobody likes c rails or boxes anymore either.

Anonymous said...

^plently of speed for dfd obviously you didnt attend last season

Anonymous said...

A park with multiple features everyone can hit. I can kind of hit a down rail but I love sliding tubes and hitting smaller jumps. Its the old guy in me.

Anonymous said...

no jumps, dont waste snow on jumps now

Anonymous said...

Yeah the DFD needs literally no speed....

Anonymous said...

Wow, look at all of the people who are happy to tell the park crew how to do their job.

Anonymous said...

just set up the tube so it isn't downhill, make it really trickable.

Anonymous said...

Still better than Woodward at Copper. DFD last year was fun, loved hitting it. People getting broken off day 1 is sad. Smart style it everyone,

Anonymous said...

Take it easy, don't over-build. Let's have 0 injuries the first day. This gal is " out of shape."

Roland Bargiel said...

Tube please!! Simple features that we can get back into the flow of things on would be rad, but I'm it's gonna be rad no matter what you guys decide to put out there. See you Friday!

Anonymous said...

Hey I posted this earlier but u guys didn't actually approve it so here it is again. U guys should put in a rainbow box. Because its safe and everyone can have fun on it because you don't have to jump onto it. They are good for all skill levels. Rails are only fun for advanced snowboarders because you have to jump on and they are skinny. Don't put so many rails like last year please because lots of us beginners could only do the box.

Anonymous said...

WOW look at that lift line!!

Anonymous said...

I'm stoked to see what you guys set up this weekend! It'd be awesome if you had time to do a post with photos of the features!

Anonymous said...

Insane lift line today...but who cares, we're making turns! So happy the season has finally started. Can't wait to see what this season has in store.