Holy crap. I preface these paragraphs because today was the type of day that Superpark catalyzes. Yesterday’s bad weather turned to bluebird with non-existent wind (at times) and not a cloud to be seen for the majority of the day.
Every single feature was sessioned. The wallride was acosted by Superpark legend Scotty Blum. He got coping. That’s all that needs to be said. LNP, Riley Nickerson, Mark Reinenger, Luke Haddock and a few others tried their hand on the wall, but plainly put, Blum, in his all-white suit, tore down the wall.
The Powder Corp jump below the wall saw some action, but again, all that needs to be said is Scotty Vine. Well, and one-foot front seven. Yeah, it happened, and it was the epitome of awesome. The High Cascade jump saw the likes of Seth Hill, Bjorn Leines, the brothers Warbington, Sam Taxwood, Chelone Miller and more. Airtime was bagged and shots were logged on the beast, and we moved on to a private sunset session on the Seven Springs hip. Scotty Vine, Seth Hill, Danny Garrity, Erin Comstock, and Brandon Cocard shot in the dark until about 9, when we finally called what may be the best Superpark day in recent memory. Check out all the action on the site, and keep checking back daily at snowboardermag.com.