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A Park Crew’s Feature Handbook – Part 2: Design

Foreword

This handbook/blog is a mix of what we’ve learned with our friends from various park crews. Plenty of managers are stuck with a small quiver of rusty junk and don’t have the time, help, or money to build anything new, much less buy an entire feature.

If you have input, or if I goofed, leave a comment or email [email protected]. We’re trying to help park crews make better rails so people have more fun, more safe.

18-foot Spine, Powder Ridge MN. Rider: @_jackfritz_ Photo: @612fly
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Private Jam at Mount Ski Gull

Mt Ski Gull. (It’s by Brainerd)

Like most of us, you probably never heard of it – but this place is amazing. It’s a nonprofit ski hill with a long, wide, medium-grade park, a crazy fast rope tow, lots of trees to cut the wind, and a constant whisp of woodsmoke. It absolutely made our day.

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