For the 2017/2018 season, Ischgl Snowpark powered by JEEP reveals itself in a whole new guise. Along with new rails, boxes and obstacles by the company Schneestern, the set-­up has been fine-tuned, to make the fun factor even greater. While the park spans two sections as usual, in the funline there are a few surprises in store. Here we go!!

Parkarea 1: „All Fun“

As you might surmise from the name ‘All Fun’, everyone will find what they regard as fun here. Any amount of boxes and fun tubes are here for those new to freestyle, ambitious kids, and to those Snowpark old hands. Roller jumps tempt you to gather some first air-­‐time experience, or just pull out the most stylish 180s or 360s. It is precisely this concept which runs right through the entire ‘All Fun’ line, which means that everyone gets to enjoy themselves 100%.

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Parkarea 2: „Improve your skills“

Those of you who have already sampled an initial foray in the Snowpark and have mastered a safe ‘top to bottom’ run through the ‘All Fun’ Line, are definitely ready for the second park area ‘Improve your skills’. The obstacles are selected and allocated in such a way that those with advanced level knowledge and even (semi-­‐) professional snowboarders and freeskiers can build upon their skills. There is also an Airbag nearby for anyone who wants to further build upon or perfect their rotation skills, without risking a direct fall in the snow. At the park exit the Parkbase which has acoustics and loungers invites you to chill.  

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Funline: „Get stoked“

We have create a line to suit all those of you who find continually heading out on classic piste runs too dull. The Funline is a combination of a classic Snowpark-­‐Line and a classic downhill piste, which inspires guests of all ability levels. The ‘Get Stoked’ funline is a mix of the classic elements of skiing and boarder cross, coupled with a real helping of flow. Steep bends, speed boosters and jumps will put a smile on the dial of every winter sports fan – whether there are a performance-oriented Alpine skier, freestyler or a family. 


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