It’s that time of year to not only unwrap new snowboard gear and lift tickets, but also to be thankful and this year we are extremely thankful for the park rangers at every resort who work tirelessly to craft the jibs, jumps, and pipe that we get to session all winter. It’s now officially winter, as December 21st was the winter solstice as well as Go Snowboarding Day and in response to Mother Nature’s chill vibe, park crews all over North America have built new features for this week’s laps. So scroll through the above twenty photos and check out what’s been built at your favorite resorts. Happy holidays from the crew at SNOWBOARDER and #thankaparkranger.
Check out last week’s Feature Presentation photo gallery.
For more from these resorts:
Seven Springs – @ride7springs
Sugarbush – @SugarbushParks
Trollhaugen - @trollhaugentroll
Woodward Copper – @woodwardcopper
Killington– @killingtonparks and Killington Parks
Loon – @LoonParksNH and #looneveryday
Nashoba Valley – Nashoba Valley Terrain Parks and @nashobaparks
Big Sky - @ridebigskyresort and Big Sky Resort Terrain Parks
Mount Snow – @carinthiaparks
Aspen/Snowmass – @aspensnowmass and Aspen/Snowmass Terrain Parks
Northstar California – #NorthstarParks
Big Boulder Park - @bigboulderpark
Mountain Creek – @mountaincreek and Mountain Creek
Breckenridge – @breckparks
Heavenly- @highrollerparks and #highrollerparks
Read the full Feature Presentation: December 25, 2014 – Top 20 Terrain Park Photos of the Week article on Snowboarder Magazine.