In only four days, over 400 snowboarders will touch down in Pittsburgh city limits and set coordinates to Champion, PA as they make their way to Seven Springs Resort for Superpark 19 presented by Nexen Tire. On Sunday, April 5, 2015, this year’s iteration of the biggest park shoot in snowboarding begins and a grip of riders, including Alex Cantin, Will Lavigne, Blake Paul, Austen Sweetin, Mary Rand, Desiree Melancon, Chas Guldemond, Erik Leon, Ben and Gabe Ferguson, Mitch Richmond, Jaeger Bailey, Scott Blum, Seth Hill, Sarka Pancochova, Zach Normandin and more will line up at the top of massive park builds erected by Seven Springs, Woodward Tahoe, and Bear Mountain.

As you read this, Springs, Woodward, and Bear are diligently pushing Midatlantic snow for Superpark’s first-ever East Coast showing. Some of the best builders in the business are manipulating white stuff in what has been one of Pennsylvania’s snowiest years on record, so come the weekend, the set up is going to be big, proper, and creative, providing the best end-of-season terrain park playground for many of the world’s best riders.

Since the drops don’t start for a couple more days, we put together some of our favorite shots on Woodward and Seven Springs-built features from the past two Superparks. Follow @snowboardermag, @snowboardervideo, and @ride7springs on Instagram to see previews and check out #Superpark19 for up-to-the-minute photo and video. As always, every day of Superpark 19 presented by Nexen Tire will be documented with photos and video recaps on Stay tuned.