US Snowboarding Training Ground
The pipe has been up and running for a few weeks now. I'd say that it's pretty good by some of the pro riders who are training here. The word on the street is that the big names in snowboarding are planning on being in the area for a while, including Louie Vito, Steve Fisher, Shaun White, Gretchen Bleiler, Hanah Teter, Kelly Clark, Greg Bretz, Clair Bidez, Ellery Hollingsworth, and Elijah Teter. Riding 3 Kings is even more entertaining these days. Here is a video Park City Snowboard Team Head Coach Andy Coghlan shot yesterday of Louie Vito.
If you're not on the Dan Brisse bandwagon yet, you better jump on and hang on for a wild ride. Dan Brisse straight kills and that's why he's one of our All Stars.
When Eero Ettala was given a day of from filming for his Fuel TV series "Tracking Eero" he chose to spend his day taking fun laps at Park City Mountain Resort. Watch this Finnish phenom slay the PC parks.
Spring fun at Park City Mountain Resort…
Featuring: Justin Bennee, Zach Siebert in shorts, our boy Deadlung, Antho Herren, Alex Sherman in shorts, Tommi Ylianttila, Jake Watson, Cheeseburger, Aaron Biittner in shorts, and Halldor Helgason Knuckleflippin!
Celtek Riders Sage Kotsenburg, Blaze Kotsenburg, and Griffin Siebert ended the season at Park City with some Shorts and Shades!
Walkingstick Presentations spends another GREAT day at PCMR with Nate Sheehan and Tom Flocco.
Celtek team riders Cale Zima, Deadlung and Justin Bennee take some laps around Park City.
Still Dreamin' filmed in one day at Park City Mountain Resort with the GoPro HD Hero.
SLUG Games Beat the Pro contest featuring Alice Gong, Nate Sheehan, Aaron Biittner, and Tim Russell. Filmed March 6th, 2010 @ Park City Mountain Resort by Cole Taylor.
The SLUG Magazine crew took over Pick ’N Shovel Terrain Park with their “Beat the Pro” contest.
Park City Mountain Resort hosted the King of the Wasatch at the Pick 'N Shovel Terrain Park and Eagle Superpipe on February 26th-28th.
After naming the US team at the resort in January, the Norwegian, Swiss and Spanish halfpipe teams have been here the last few weeks.