We’re all a little eager for snow. While the Canadian Rockies are close to having lifts spinning, we thought we’d share a little snowspiration – Austria turned a skate park into a snow park, hello Glacier Park. Sick yeah?
About Glacier Park:
From 17 October 2020, the Glacier Park on the glacier plateau will offer a creative set-up for freestyle snowboarders and freeskiers until January 2021. On the multifaceted obstacles of the Easy Kicker Line, Medium Kicker Line and the Jib Lines, riders can practice new tricks and improve their skills.
Park designer and head-shaper Martin Liebmann and his experienced team guarantee the world-class quality of the “Skate Parkmadeof Snow” and the other snowparks at the Kitzsteinhorn. More snowparks from December but the Glacier Park is by far not everything the “Kitz” has to offer–more well-maintained snowparks will follow from December on. They rank among the best in the world and satisfy riders with a diversified offer. In the Easy Park, snowboarders and freeskiers can rip the first obstacles from December on. And when the Central Park opens in January and the South Central Park is added in February, you can ride up to 20 obstacles in one run in a row!
On Maiskogel, additionally, the MaisiPark awaits riders with a special fun area and easy-to-ride fun elements, even for the youngest kids. The Kitzsteinhorn Superpipe is taking a break this winter. It will return next year when the international top riders prepare for the 2022 Winter Olympics at the Superpipe Trainingweeks 2021.