Waterville Valley’s Superpipe Open, New Signature Features and Red Bull Snake Run date change
Waterville Valley, NH, February 1, 2010 -After 100 hours of snowmaking and 6 days of hard work, Waterville’s 350-foot long, 57 feet wide superpipe is officially open for the season! The superpipe was sculpted by SPT’s Tyson Terpening hailing from Sierra at Tahoe in California. With 15 foot walls and the smoothest transitions around, guests will be pumped to drop into this superpipe. Waterville’s plan is to cut it twice a week for the rest of the season to keep it as smooth as possible.
Exhibition is on point with a smooth triple line of jumps and new signature features. Waterville Valley has partnered once again with Fuel TV, Oakley, Skullcandy and Red Bull to create features to keep all park junkies satisfied. The features are the Fuel TV skate ledges, Oakley Hubba, Skullcandy Pipe and the Red Bull double-sided wall ride. The Red Bull wall ride feature will make it’s debut at the Snake Run event in Waterville’s Psyched park before making its way into Exhibition for the rest of the season.
Speaking of park junkies, the Poma Laps Park pass is on sale now for $99 bucks with no blackout dates and mini ramp skating included. Come get yours and lap Exhibition and the superpipe to your hearts content!
In event news, the Red Bull Snake Run has been rescheduled to Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010. There will be 4 divisions: Open, 14 & Under, Ladies and Washed up. Prizes for each division include a Poma Laps pass, product from Red Bull, Oakley, Ass Industries, Emerica Shoes, Neff, Skullcandy and NXTZ. Registration will run 8-10am at the Waterville Valley Event Yurt and the contest is free.
Don’t forget these Feb. Events:
Sun. 2/7/2010: B4BC Oakley Pink Rail Jam and Pink Auction
Sat. 2/27/2010: Billabong’s Flaunt It Ladies Only Slopestyle and Rail Jam