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Public special obstacle: Creative session with Multi-Hit at Snowpark Schöneben

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It was a unique session at Snowpark Schöneben: Snow BBQ, bouncing beats and a great atmosphere while riders were having fun jibbing, bonking, jumping and sliding the special multi hit.

The feature, especially designed and built for this day by the Schöneben shape crew, attracted numerous freeskiers to spend a crazy day on the mountain.


This winter season, one highlight chases the other at Snowpark Schöneben: After hosting the Battle RoJal QParks Tour contest and exclusive camera shoots, a further big event took place at the park with the public special obstacle session. Park designer Moritz Klammer and his shape crew worked hard to care for perfect conditions and to present a “special” feature. The results demonstrate that the crew understands their job pretty well. The multi-hit special consists of two tubes (5m) in the shape of a T, a down rail (8m), a down rail (8m) and a donkey rail (6m).

„Although the weather was not ideal at the beginning, the motivation was always right. The preparations and implementation of the plan worked out well, the freeskiers were thrilled and satisfied“, park designer Moritz reports. „My personal highlight was definitely the joint BBQ session with the riders in super-relaxed atmosphere. It was great to discuss the features because everyone has a different approach.“

Also the riders were more than ready to take the challenge at Snowpark Schöneben and enjoyed the session. In numerous runs, the freeskiers alternately tried to conquer the special obstacle. At short breaks equipped with sausages and soft drinks, they could discuss their creative approaches to shred the multi hit while watching other riders. And so the day in the park was spent until the last chair.












March 22, 2016

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