It's the Skiers' Turn with the World Premiere of "IRPC: SKI!"
We saw too much style from the skiers in the park last year to not give them their due on the big screen, so we're stoked for them to grab the spotlight when we premiere "IRPC: SKI!" outdoors and under the stars in the PayDay Base Area Saturday, September 14.
The original full-length film - shot entirely in our parks - features local and visiting pros including Wallisch, Schlopy, Joss Christensen, McRae Williams, Nicky Keefer and more. We're starting things off at 7pm with a free autograph session with some of the film's featured athletes, followed by the show. Admission's free and we'll be selling beverages (including adult ones for those of you of age). Come by, hang for a while and check out our new ski film a year in the making.
Come back here September 15 to stream the full film and get a taste by watching the teaser below.
End of the season bangers with Scott Stevens, Mark Edlund Alex Sherman, Alex Rodway, Knut Eliassen, Jordan Morse, Dylan Thompson, Nate Bozung, Spencer Schubert, Kazu Kokubo, Mike Rav, & Brandon Hobush
The sun is shining and the park is firing. The "I Ride Park City" crew has been sessioning day and night logging hours for the new movie coming next Fall.
The beast is open and ready for business. With one of the earliest openings on record, the 22-foot Eagle Superpipe is the 5th superpipe in the U.S. to open this season.
Newest Park City All Star Joss Christensen putting in some laps before he left to compete in this weeks Dew Tour.
Daily updates from the I Ride Park City team filming and getting it done in the park.
Here's a look at the good times and damn good skiing that took place during opening week at Park City Mountain Resort.
Last fall many of you may have come up to Park City for the premiere of I Ride Park City. I was there, it was an awesome time. The film is unique in the sense that it was filmed entirely at one mountain...Park City Mountain Resort
In Sundance fashion, we are very excited for our own film, "I Ride Park City" to be one of 30 films chosen to be a part of the X-Dance Film Festival.