Best Of: Superpark Photos – Part 1

1_1999_mammoth_wastell_sp3_0
2_1999_mammoth_line_sp3
3_2000_mammoth_bjorn_sp4
4_2000_mammoth_white_sp4
5_2000_mammoth_gilles_sp4
6_2001_mammoth_teter_sp5
7_2001_mammoth_etree_sp5
8_2001_mammoth_rice__sp5_jah
9_2001_mammoth_party_sp5
11_2002_breck_clancy_sp6
12_2002_breck_durst_sp6
13_2002_breck_crawford_sp6
14_2003_breck_2003_sp7
15_2003_breck_sp7
16_2003_breck_2003_lando_sp7
17_2003_breck_2003_sp7
18_2004_Ryan_Lougee_E_Stone_SP8
20_2004_ll_crepel_sp8
21_2004_ll_moore_sp8
22_2004_mueller_sp8
23_2004_lakelouise_parker_sp8
24_2005_lakelouise_williams_gagnon_sp9
25_2005_lakelouise_shaw_patterson_sp9
26_2005_lakelouise_craven_sp9
27_2005_lakelouise_line_sp9
29_2005_lakelouise_moore_lystad_sp9

Captions: Pat Bridges

For over a decade-and-a-half, Superpark has been the premier park event of the entire winter; a culmination and celebration of a season spent chasing storms and trolling cities. It has also been the subject of fact, fiction, legend, and lore, where heroes are made and stories are sometimes exaggerated. That’s why our Editor Pat Bridges sat down to pen some stories behind some of the most influential imagery every to surface from Superpark. From Mammoth to Banff and Breck to Bachelor, have a peek at what makes SNOWBOARDER Magazine’s Superpark so special in this exclusive gallery from some of the finest photographers of all-time. Stay tuned for part two.