Life is good in Utah right now. The hills are covered, the holidays are over, winter is in full effect. Check out what's going on in the terrain parks across the state:
Brian Head Resort:
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Meet Joey Fava, age 14, local ripper at Brian Head Resort. Not to be confused with your average "Joey". This dude can really board.
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Scott Schmidt grew up riding Brian Head Resort, here he is shown backtailing the rainbow feature. Pretty rippin' bra!
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Brian Head's park has been on fire this season. Scott demonstrates.
Brian Head has the only bag jump in the state. Are you ready to get Xtreme? $10/jump, $20/all day pass.
Backside 180? Triple cork? Test your air sense with a giant pillow to land on. More information on the airbag can be found here.
Brighton just opened up their jump line through My-Oh-My. Take a peek through Parker Worthens #quadcopter lens.
Canyon's parks' look really fun right now and these guys make it look easy. The Waffle Boys are out there getting it, and they're all jacked up on waffles from Bruges near Red Pine Lodge. Coincidence?
Eagle point is on point. Proof? right here - gotta get there soon,
Park City Mountain Resort:
The Eagle Superpipe, King's Crown, Neffland & Three Kings are all open. PCMR has been on top of their game this winter. Have you seen any of the I Ride Park City edits? Ski or snowboard, PCMR is a staple for progressive park riding.
Three Kings Park -
Neff Land -
Cat skiing & Powder Country are now open. Have you seen The Lumberjack Zone in the Hidden Lake Park? Its full of features made from logs, power poles & milled lumber. Pretty neat! Check out this video from the Party in Your Park event just a couple weeks back; Powder has delivered some awesome features this season.
Current state of the parks @ Snowbasin - Alec Odette
If you can't find it in the Utah parks, you probably can't find it anywhere!