The 2014 TransWorld SNOWboarding TransAM- Park City, UT with a chance of Park City Mountain Resort, Park City, Utah
FREE CHOWDER AT 2014 PARK CITY TRANSAM
The TransAM crew was at Park City Mountain Resort this weekend for a little “pow wow” and for the 6th stop of the 12th annual Transworld SNOWboarding TransAM event. Upon arrival the new snow had blanketed the TransAM Course and the snow would continue to fall all weekend. Jeremy Cooper and the Park City Mountain Resort crew pulled out all the stops including using snowblowers to make sure that Utah’s top amateur snowboarders had a well groomed “non pow” TransAM course for their attempt to qualify for the TransAM finals. The sponsor village attracted a nice crowd and Transworld SNOWboarding’s online editor, Hondo got on the mic to pump up all the riders. The snow was cleared to perfection off the course, and the features from the TransAM sponsors were ready for action. Special thanks to: Ride Snowboards, Giro, Anon, Analog, Zumiez, High Cascade Snowboard Camp and Muscle Milk.
video by Tom Haraden
For the full recap and photo gallery check out www.twsnow.com
Second edit for the season and now the park at Park City Mountain Resort is firing. The jumps are perfect, the rails are set up to a T, and it’s go time. Watch as your favorite Park City locals and homeys Ozzy Henning, Ben Bilodeau, Griffin Seibert, Austen Sweetin, Hans Mindnich, Nils Mindnich, and Mike Rav wreck shit.
Park City Mountain Resort, Park City, Utah
Image by Ken Lund
Park City Mountain Resort is a ski resort in Park City, Utah, located 34 miles (55 km) east of Salt Lake City. The resort has been a major tourist attraction for skiers from all over the United States, as well as a main employer for many of Park City’s citizens. Park City, as the resort is often called by locals, contains several training courses for the U.S. Ski Team, including slalom and giant slalom runs. During the 2002 Winter Olympics the resort hosted the snowboarding events and the men’s and women’s alpine giant slalom events. The Resort is currently owned by Powdr Corporation.
The resort has grown to include eight peaks and nine bowls, with 3,300 acres (13.4 km2) of skiing and 16 chairlifts. The resort has also developed summer activities including an alpine slide, alpine coaster, zip-lines, and several hiking and biking trails.