"Park City has one of the most perfectly engineered Half Pipes in the world! It's flawless 22ft transition is known throughout the industry and has allowed for some serious progression over the years! That's why 'I Ride Park City!'"
Christmas Day we saw Tanner Hall BACK in the Eagle Superpipe.
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.
Go behind the scenes of filming for "I Ride Park City" in the 2010-2011 season with Stevie Bell, Sage Kotsenburg, Dan Brisse, Louie Vito, Aaron Biittner, Shaun White, Scott Stevens, and Bode Merrill.
The world's top freestyle ski athletes were charging hard at the FIS Freestyle World Ski Championships. The show these athletes put on in ski slopestyle and ski halfpipe helped pave the way for these events inclusion in the 2014 Winter Games.
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.
The Sprint US Snowboarding Grand Prix went off last weekend.
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.
I just wanted to give everyone an update on the Terrain Parks. Middle Jonesy's, Pick n' Shovel, and the Eagle Superpipe are now open. The Middle Jonesy's Park is our beginner park. It has 5 jumps and 5 jibs. Pick n' Shovel has 5 jumps and 8 jibs.
SUPERPIPE UPDATE: THE EAGLE SUPERPIPE WILL OPEN FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2009. THE PIPE NEEDS ONE MORE FULL DAY OF PREPARATION IN ORDER TO MEET OUR QUALITY STANDARDS.
Final stop of the Olympic Grand Prix tour just announced: Park City Mountain Resort January 22–23, 2010. The US Olympic Team will be announced!
Olympic dreams will be made and broken during the 2010 U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix as the tour makes three stops in its 14th season.