We have a USASA Slopestyle event this Sunday on Chair 5! For more information on all the USASA events and how you can join, visit their website HERE. Latino 96.3′s first Snowed In Dance Party of the season is today on The Deck. Grab a drink and listen to “The Voice” finalist Vicci Martinez perform at 3 p.m. Park Crew took out the triple box along with the planter box and replaced them with two down tubes (one corrugated) and the big tank from The Gulch. Keep those hashtags coming and if you haven’t yet, head on over to our Fan [...]
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Here at Bear Mountain we offer terrain park features for all ability levels. Our Skill Builder Parks are a perfect setting for pushing your riding to the next level without having to tackle the big intimidating features, in fact well over half of our features are rated for beginner level riders. We also have a terrain based learning program called Freestyle Camp at the Park, which provides instruction on features from one of our experienced coaches. If you want to progress your terrain park skills, Bear Camp is the route to take!
There was no summer vacation for the boys on Park Staff this year! They are already hard at work down at the Feature Factory designing new & innovative jibs, jumps and rails and rebuilding some of your old favorites from The Park. The crew is also plotting out the course for the biggest and best Hot Dawgs and Handrails yet! This year will be the 10th anniversary of HDHR and we have some exciting surprises in store! In addition to the features, Park Staff is making some big changes to the overall layout of the mountain this summer. They are in the [...]
Creating and designing the most innovative park is a year round job for our crew. The Feature Factory up and running right now, maintaining current features and designing even crazier things for next year! You may even recognize some features from Snowboarder Magazine’s “The Launch” featured in The Park! Pretty soon construction will be underway for the 10th annual Hot Dawgz and Handrails which promises to be larger and crazier than years past!
Be sure to check out National Geographic’s Mountain Movers Series tonight to catch Bear Mountain’s very own creative genius Clayton Shoemaker. Shoemaker is the Director of Park Development and one of the masterminds when it comes to planning & developing unique & challenging features for The Park. Shoemaker also works closely with SPT and you can catch him in this weeks episode follows SPT as they prepare for their most anticipated event of the year: the ESPN X Games in Aspen, Colorado. Tune in tonight and see how designs go from concept to reality. “Mountain Movers follows Chris “Gunny” Gunnarson and [...]