Haven’t been up to Hawk Island Snow Park in a minute so I decided to head up there for some Sunday Funday park laps.
From ride-on boxes to handrails and jumps to the purple monster Signature Feature, Mt. Brighton’s terrain parks have something for everyone.
I don’t think it is an exaggeration to say that, if this park materializes, it will definitely surpass Cannonsburg, and would give any northern MI resort (Boyne, Nubs Nob, Schuss Mountain) a serious run for their money.
After a soft opening last year, Hawk Island Snow Park in Lansing, MI is finally in full swing this year. Lights are installed, a j-bar lift takes you up the hill, snow is on the ground and the crew is changing out features to make creative lines. Although they have been open for about a…
If you haven’t been out to Alpine Valley yet this year now’s your chance, the parks are in great condition and fresh snow is falling just in time for the weekend.
Full report on Pine Knob’s terrain parks as of January 5, 2013.
It’s pretty clear Pine Knob is pushing for great parks again this winter. Pine Knob boasts three terrain parks, all of which are now fully open,. They aren’t quite in peak-season form yet, but they’re getting there! Details below.
Ski areas, especially the small, commuter-oriented areas that dot the midwest, should have at least a handful of features arranged to some semblance of terrain park flow on the very first day of winter operations, if not sooner.