Feature Presentation: January 12, 2017 – This week in terrain parks

Mid-January park laps are hitting their stride.

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Over the past week, California, Utah, and Colorado have benefitted from copious amounts of snow, so much, that you’ll notice a lack of representation from these areas in this week’s Feature Presentation. Simply, the parks have been buried. But don’t worry, once everyone has scored plenty of pow turns, the park crews at mountains all over the Rockies, the Wasatch, the Sierra, and beyond will be rebuilding so you can lap rails and jumps to your heart’s content. In the meantime, the PNW, the East Coast, and many spots in between have been going off with good weather and perfectly-raked tranny. Here’s the update straight from the sources, i.e. your favorite mountains and local haunts. Enjoy and #thankaparkranger.

Check out last week’s Feature Presentation gallery.

For more on this week’s featured resorts:
Big Boulder, PA – @bigboulderpark
Big Sky, MT – @ridebigskyresort and #ridebigsky
Boyne Mountain, MI – @boyne.mountain
Killington, VT – @killingtonparks
Loon Mountain, NH – @loonparksnh and #looneveryday
Mount Snow, VT – @carinthiaparks
Mountain Creek, NJ – @mountaincreekparks
Mt. Hood Meadows, OR – @mthoodmeadows
Okemo, VT – @okemoparks
Red River, NM – @redriverskiarea and #rrsa, #theparksatredriver
Sugarbush, VT – @sugarbushparks and #bushparks
Summit at Snoqualmie, WA – @summitparks
Sun Valley, ID – @sunvalley
Stevens Pass, WA – @stevenspassparks
Whistler Blackcomb, BC – @whistlerparks