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State of the Parks: February 5, 2016
Six different locations. Over 50 features to choose from. We have something for everyone.
For family-fun-sized rollers and berms that the kiddos can race down, head to Flow State on Rocking Chair under the Barker Mountain Express.
The Wonderland snow feature park on Lower Mixing Bowl is rockin' a mini pipe and more rolls than the Pillsbury Dough Boy. Yeah, we just said that.
The beginner park in Who-Ville is rocking six jibs and four jumps and also lights up for night skiing.
Escapade offers two rails on the way to T72's five large jump line and the Jib Park is home to a baker's dozen of features like an up-to-flat box, a triple kink, and more.
The progression park on 3D--which you can find after crossing Last Mile--has four jibs and two mid-sized jumps.
See? Something for everyone. And it's all awesome.
About the Parks
T72 15-acre Super Park
T72 is Sunday River's biggest park and one of the best in New England. With a total of 15 acres, the top section features a rotating mix of jibs and snow features, the middle section has a 600-foot superpipe along the right and large jump line along the left, and the bottom section is full of a huge jib garden.
Designed in collaboration with Simon Dumont and Snow Park Technologies, T72 is the home of the annual Dumont Cup event.
T72 is located on North Peak between Dream Maker and 3D, accessible from the high-speed North Peak Express and Chondola lifts. T72's jib park may also be accessed using the South Ridge Express.
Halfpipe (T72) The longest pipe in the East.
Sunday River's halfpipe has 18-foot walls and stretches for 600 feet, making it the longest in the East. It's located in the central section of T72 and serviced by the North Peak Express and Chondola lifts.
Jib Park (T72) Multiple lines of rails, boxes, and jibs.
T72's Jib Park is located in the bottom section of the trail and can be accessed from T72, Dream Maker, and 3D. Lift service from the North Peak Express and Chondola.
3D Progression park
3D is a progression park with mid-sized jumps in the upper section and a collection of jibs and jumps along the center and lower sections. Located on North Peak, accessible by riding upper 3D or cutting across Last Mile from T72.
Flow State Family boardercross in Barker Basin
Flow State, named after the Warren Miller film, is a family-friendly boardercross located on the Rocking Chair trail in Barker Basin. It is accessible via the Barker Mountain Express and the Locke Triple lifts.
Who-Ville Who said a beginner park could only be enjoyed by beginners?
Who-Ville is designed as a fun park geared toward children and families, complete with super small jump lines, beginner boxes & rails, banked turns, and more rolls than your local bakery. Who-Ville is located on South Ridge and is serviced by the Chondola, the South Ridge Express, and the North Peak Express lifts. Lights line the trail making it available for night skiing.