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technine42 04-22-2009 09:28 PM

Breckenridge Terrain Park?
 
So im going to breckenridge next year and i was wondering if they have a good terrain park mostly i just like rails and boxes do they have alot of jibbing features?

BurtonAvenger 04-22-2009 10:50 PM

You're asking about next season when they just closed for the year? A lot can change from now to then.

Method 04-22-2009 11:16 PM

I just got back from the future, the shit's sick bra!, trust me!.

BurtonAvenger 04-22-2009 11:39 PM

Was your flux capacitator fluxing?

Method 04-22-2009 11:52 PM

That shit started acting up so I got help from the doc, something to do with a clocktower and lightning.. I dunno I wasn't really paying attention, I was still stoked about that Breckenridge TERRAIN PARK!.


PS: Back to the future is the greatest, a classic

technine42 04-23-2009 03:38 PM

ya i know terrain parks change a lot in a year but usually they have the same rails and boxes just set up differently, and all i wanted to know was if they had a lot of rails and boxes in the past, because usually if a terrain park is good one year its gonna be good the next year.

Method 04-23-2009 04:54 PM

Yeah I learned this year that it's not true, I bought a pass to a mountain I don't normally go to that often cause their park last year was pretty sick. But this year the park was a big joke. So it's not always true that they'll follow up another season of solid park features.

neednsnow 04-23-2009 05:14 PM

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Originally Posted by technine42 (Post 157649)
So im going to breckenridge next year and i was wondering if they have a good terrain park mostly i just like rails and boxes do they have alot of jibbing features?

Breck's got a good park, but I don't know about the hardware. I know they have some HUGE kicking features and a killer pipe. From what I recall, they have some boxes and rails, but that's not my gig so I didn't take it all in.

BurtonAvenger 04-23-2009 05:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by technine42 (Post 157807)
ya i know terrain parks change a lot in a year but usually they have the same rails and boxes just set up differently, and all i wanted to know was if they had a lot of rails and boxes in the past, because usually if a terrain park is good one year its gonna be good the next year.

Do you live under a rock? Go look at what resorts consistently are pictured in Magazines, which ones get awarded for being the best, which one every pro lives at. Might shock you but Summit County as a whole is home to 3 of the best parks in the world.

Kapn.K 05-01-2009 02:59 PM

I went Jan. '08. Fantastic parks with lots of rails and all kinds of boxes. I found ones on some pretty untraveled runs. They weren't at the map's terrain parks. I thought they had possibly had a little competition/show or maybe just the employees had stuck them out there. The place has money. I'm sure it gets better every year.


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