2. Keystone, Colorado
Keystone edged its way into second-place this year by offering something unique for every level of rider. “We have a very creative crew, and we try to bring photo-shoot style features into our public park,” says Terrain Park Manager Lee George. With over 100 features, A51 Park may be huge, but it’s got an intuitive layout-five different zones comprise one big park set in a huge bowl with its own lift. You’ll find everything from your most basic flatbox to the most technical rail setups, as well as skate-style bowls, quarterpipes, jib pipes, and more-all maintained on the daily. Peep Jed Anderson’s front blunt on the cover of the TWS September issue for more proof of A51′s awesomeness.
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