This is what it said in the latest issue of our resort newsletter, gave some hints of a sick park, though I'd share it:
An exciting attraction at Shames Mountain for its second season in a row is the Freestyle terrain park 'Rodeo'. One of the most popular runs on the hill last year, Rodeo attracts snowboarders and skiers of all ages from around B.C.... It also plays host to annual contests including the Ruins Cup Rider-Cross, the Shames Mountain Rail Rodeo, and the All Seasons Slope Style.
Every feature of the park; whether it's a rail, fun box, spine or huge table top is designed, built and tested by a team of local riders who have been riding Shames Mountain for the past decade. Progression is our focus for the 2004 season. Along with the features from the previous season such as the fun boxes and rails built for the beginner all the way to the advanced riders, we will be adding several more advanced features that will push even the pro's to their limits.
Shames Mountain recognizes the demand for something a little different in an ever-changing industry that thrives on originality in development and design. This season look for one of the best terrain parks in Canada.
Ok, so that last line is definetly BS but this is gonna be sick. Also, the head park designer guy was at the store my dad manages (building supply store) and my dad said he bought a lot of plywood and 2x4s and other shit, so he's definetly building some sick shit.
And these designers are up to date too, they're like 17-20+ year old snowboarders and a couple skiers. They make the easy shit all ride-on and stuff but for the technical hits they have gaps and other steezy shit. I can't wait to see the park this year, fuck, it's gonna be so sick.
Thankyou for listening to my joy :P
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