Feature Presentation: Top 16 Terriain Park Photos of the Week

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It’s the first week of April and that means its time to pack your sunglasses and sunscreen in your backpack when you head to the hill! Spring laps are now officially upon us and while the temperature is rising, there’s still plenty of snow in many resorts across the US and that means there’s still time to take laps. Park crews are lugging bags of salt around and keeping take offs and landings looking good and riding better, so grab your friends and get over to the mountains showcased in this week’s Feature Presentation photo gallery because these parks aren’t going to ride themselves.

Check out last week’s Feature Presentation photo gallery.

For more from these terrain parks:
Brighton – @brightonresort
Summit at Snoqualmie – @summitparks
Mount Snow – @carinthiaparks
Sugarbush – Sugarbush Parks and @SugarbushParks
Trollhaugen – @trollhaugentroll
Loon – @LoonParksNH and #looneveryday
Killington@killingtonparks and Killington Parks
Seven Springs – @ride7springs
Mt. Bachelor – @mtbachelor and #bachelorparks