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Snowpark Gastein – Episode 13
Snowpark Gastein is about to kick-start its 13th season and it’s going to be rad! A creative and diverse setup with obstacles suitable for all levels, the return of an event series and an endless amount of freestyle promise that the upcoming winter is going to be a good one at Snowpark Gastein.
Ready for take-off? Winter is about to begin and the first snow has fallen. Once the snow layer is thick enough, the Gastein shape crew stomps towards Stubnermulde and starts creating another rad setup from scratch. Three different sections are awaiting all freestylers who make their way to Gastein and with the Beginner, Medium and Advanced Line, Snowpark Gastein offers various options for all skill levels. And according to some rumors, Santa will bring a new Double Kink Rail to the park. No matter if you’re looking for jumps or jibs, with a total of over 35 obstacles a lot of action and creativity is about to go down at the winter playground on the Stubnerkogel. On top of that, a renown event series is coming back once again.
Dollar, dollar bills! Cash4Tricks-Tour 2020
By now, we can almost call it a classic in the Gastein valley: The Ski amadé Cash4Tricks Tour is again stopping by at Snowpark Gastein in 2020. On February 13, 2020, it’ll be raining hard cash for all motivated freestylers. In a laid-back atmosphere, ambitious shredders have the opportunity to show what they got. So, unleash your best tricks, shred selected obstacles and demonstrate why you deserve a proper cash infusion. Professional judges will be on site and evaluate the skills of the participants. If their thumbs go up, some hot off the press bank notes fly into the shredders’ pockets. So, mark that date in red and be on board!
Less heavy machines and less artificial snow thanks to perfect usage of the terrain. Snowpark Gastein moves forward and harnesses the advantages of the digital age on the mountain. Its new digital facility planning software ensures efficient utilization of the valuable natural snow while you guys can experience a snowpark with the same high standard. This is happy news for mother nature and for every shred head out there.
Yet, until solid bluebird sessions will go down at the nicely shaped Snowpark Gastein again, the freestyle community has to wait for a proper snow cover. In the meantime, feel free to check out the Snowpark Gastein Facebook Page and Instagram Account (@snowpark_gastein). There, you find further information and all the latest shred news from the Gastein valley.
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- Sea level
- 1875 m
- 300 m
Beginner Box Elephant 6m (Box) Medium Tube Flat 5m (Pipeslide) 8m Kicker Jump (Kicker) 6m Kicker Jump (Kicker) Advanced Rail Down 8m (Rail) Medium Jib Wallride Spine 2m (Specials) Beginner Box Flat 6m (Box) Advanced Box Flat/Down 11m (Box) Medium Tube Down 6m (Pipeslide) Medium Jib Pyramide (Specials) 12m Down/Flat/Down Rail (Rail) Beginner Jump Kicker 4m (Kicker) Beginner Box Up/Down 4m (Box) Medium Tube Flat 6m (Pipeslide) Medium Special Multi Jib 6m (Specials) Advanced Rail Rainbow 6m (Rail) Beginner Jump Kicker 4m (Kicker) Beginner Jump Kicker 3m (Kicker) Medium Tube Up 6m (Pipeslide) Advanced Jib Wallride Corner 4m (Specials) Advanced Rail Flat 4m (Rail) Medium Rail Down 6m (Rail) Medium Schnee-Elemente Kicker 10m (Specials) Medium Schnee-Elemente Kicker 8m (Specials) Beginner Box Wave 6m (Box)
- 500 Hours
- Shaper lessons per season
- Park Size
- Park Designer
- Markus Treiber