Two words: Eagle Superpipe. The Eagle Superpipe is a destination for halfpipe riders worldwide. It was the first legit22-foot halfpipe in North America, and hosted some event called the Winter Olympic halfpipe in 2002. Superpipe slayer Tanner Hall calls this stunt ditch home. Countless X Games riders train here to get ready for the big show.
But Park City is no one-trick pony. It hosts three terrain parks. Experts should head to Jonesyâ€™s for supersized jumps and jibs, wile intermediates can enjoy theKingâ€™s Crown park all day long. Need to improve those skills? Look no further than the Pick â€˜n Shovel park, featuring a massive collection of jumps, rails and boxes to get your skills dialed. And if the sunny Utah weather isnâ€™t enough, Park City offers up PayDay for all your night jibbing needs.
Jossi Wells lived and trained there last season, and we ended up handing him the title of Best Competitive Season in last yearâ€™s Awards Issue. Check out Park City for an authentic park and pipe experience. You wonâ€™t be disappointed.
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