It’s almost the end of March and while this signals that the winter season is waning, Mother Nature seems to be intent to keep winter chugging across much of North America. We aren’t complaining, because additional snow means for more fodder for spring park laps as the weather eventually heats up. Local events are still in full swing and park crews continue to mix up the terrain layouts at our local resorts. Check out what’s happening this week at a mountain near you in this installation of Feature Presentation and don’t forget to #thankaparkranger.

Check out last week’s Feature Presentation photo gallery.

For more from these terrain parks:

Brighton – @brightonresort
Summit at Snoqualmie - @summitparks
Ski Butternut – @skibutternut
Mount Snow – @carinthiaparks
Park City – @irideparkcity
Woodward Tahoe@woodwardtahoe
Summit at Snoqualmie - @summitparks
Waterville Valley – @wvparks and #everybodyslovingit
Sierra-at-Tahoe – @sierra_at_tahoe
Sugarbush – Sugarbush Parks and @SugarbushParks
Trollhaugen @trollhaugentroll
Cannonsburg@cannonsburg
Keystone – @keystonea51
Aspen/Snowmass – @aspensnowmass
Big Boulder Park @bigboulderpark