Terrain park big addition at PCMR
This summer, Park City Mountain Resort has partnered with Neff Headware, the popular accessories company based in California, to create Neff Land, a new terrain park that will replace The Ridge.
"The park will be accessible to beginners but still have a lot for experienced riders looking to have fun just cruising through the park," said Andy Miller, the communications manager for PCMR. "It will have some of the same features, and will be built by the same terrain park crew. People who’ve been coming to the resort’s terrain parks will continue to see what they have come to be expect from us."
According to a press release from the resort, the terrain park will combine Park City Mountain Resort’s park features and terrain park crew with Neff’s creative style and design. Neff Land will also be the newest addition to the resort’s "I Ride Park City," an award-winning park and pipe course for youth.
"I couldn’t be more excited to incorporate Neff’s style and creativity into our own terrain park features," said Jeremy Cooper, Park City Mountain Resort’s terrain park manager, in a press release. "We always look to push the envelope of park progression, and our collaboration with Neff is that next step." Neff Land will inhabit the area known previously as The Ridge Terrain Park and joins 3 Kings Park, King’s Crown Park and the Eagle Superpipe. Neff Land is scheduled to open in the 2012-2013 ski season as Park City Mountain Resort’s newest park.
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