The Terrain Park Crew has been busy! While you were skating and going to the beach to work on your tan, the Park Crew has been hard at work getting ready for the upcoming season. We’ve added additional area to the terrain park this year with a huge expansion for all your jib addiction needs.
We dusted off the bull dozers and are re-grading the area between Sunset and Lost Boy with an additional terrain park in mind. The new area will give you an area more than half a mile long with more jibs and jumps than your legs can handle. The area will be serviced by the North Pole or North Face chairlift, so you don’t need to worry about shredding your gloves on a rope tow.
We didn’t stop there. Think we forgot about you pipe jocks out there? Think again! We purchased a new snowcat with a winch on it to make our Superpipe even more super. This cat will enable our grooming staff to cut both of our pipes more often and enable us to get the walls laser straight with a perfect tranny.
Don’t forget about all the new rails we’re working on. We’re going to have a bunch for you to slay this season. The Park Crew has been welding, cutting, grinding and painting up a ton of steel to give you more reasons to file down the edges on your skis or board and learn those back flips you’ve been thinking about all summer.
Keep your eyes open for our new terrain park website, www.Ride7Springs.com, for a sneak peek at all the improvements we’ve been making. The new website will launch sometime this fall. This will be the place for you to share your thoughts about the parks, learn more about park events, the new trail, local shredders, watch videos, find photos and much more.
Be sure you have your 2008-2009 season pass because you won’t want to miss a day of riding at Seven Springs Mountain Resort this winter!