Crystal Mountain and Oakley To Host Superpark 22
SNOWBOARDER Magazine and Oakley are stoked to bring Superpark 22 to the steep, deep, wild, and unruly alpine of Crystal Mountain, Washington 4/29 – 5/3! This stoic staple of the Cascades provides the perfect platform for Superpark to return to its place as the ultimate proving grounds for the world’s elite park practitioners.
Ever since its inception in 1997, SNOWBOARDER Magazine’s Superpark has been at the forefront of providing our sport’s preeminent performers with an unrestricted platform for progression. By pairing the best terrain park builders in the world with their talented riding counterparts, Superpark has led the conversation when it comes to pushing the limits of feature creation and next level trickery.
Once again, Pisten Bully is providing the machinery for the invited build teams to erect what is sure to be one of the most inspired Superparks to date.
THERE ARE A LIMITED NUMBER LIFT TICKETS AVAILABLE EACH DAY FOR SKIERS AND RIDERS TO ACCESS THE VIEWING AREAS. TICKETS ARE JUST $40 AND ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE WHILE QUANTITIES LAST!
Special Note: These tickets are for spectating only. Guests will be able to ride up Chinook Express & Forest Queen Express Chairlifts for viewing purposes only. Viewing will be limited to the Forest Queen Chairlift and Campbell Basin Lodge. General public will then only have one run to take down the mountain which will be marked and designated to Mr. Magoo’s (Forest Queen Chairline). It’s recommended that anyone attending be a strong intermediate to advanced skier/snowboarder to access this terrain due to conditions. These tickets are intended for spectating purposes and not to get runs in. Questions? Email Us!
The event will be taking place on the trails off Forest Queen Express. Access to the event will be on Chinook Express and Forest Queen Express from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The mountain is closed for this private event and there is no uphill travel allowed, however there are two ways to see it live.
1) All 19/20 Ikon Pass holders will have access to the venue. Simply stop by the ticket window to pick up a ticket.
2) There’s a limited number of tickets available online for $40.
- There will be no uphill travel allowed in the resort during this event. Uphill travel will be allowed again after course teardown, Monday, May 6th.
- Campbell Basin Lodge food court and bar will be open.
- Tickets must be purchased online in advance. There will be no tickets available at the ticket windows.
- There will be a spectator lane for viewing along the course, must have skis or snowboard and be at least an intermediate.
- The trails are not open for skiing or riding. The terrain will be limited and setup for viewing only, must have skis or snowboard to access the view areas.
- The Rental Shop will be closed so you must have your own equipment.
- 18/19 Passes expired on April 21 and will not be valid for access to this event.
Sage Kotsenburg airing one out at Superpark 21. p: E-Stone