Waterville Valley, New Hampshire—Loon Mountain, Waterville Valley and Cranmore Mountain Resort will continue to offer their infamous terrain park-specific websites this season with new additions and features.
“These sites are designed to cut right to the point and offer riders the info they need concerning park features and events,” says Booth Creek’s youth marketing manager Mike Bettera.” Updates are posted weekly on the sites so information, as well as event results, are up-to-date. These sites are not only created by riders, but are also graphically designed and updated by local riders and park staff. “
New to the websites this year will be a link to the Burton Learn to Ride programs Loon, Waterville and Cranmore offer.” The LTR sites are designed to make taking a snowboard lesson the easiest and most stress-free situation,” says Bettera.” The sites explain everything from proper dress to directions to the rental shop.” The LTR program uses Burton equipment that is specifically designed to make learning easier and faster.
This season all three resorts will feature new rails, boxes, jumps and a beefier sound system. Loon Mountain will exclusively feature the new Burton Progression Park, Waterville will premiere the new Shark Fin Box and many other entry-level jibs and rails, and Cranmore is enlarging The Other Side Progression Park to the entire South Slope.
With rising gas prices, an added bonus available to snowboarder’s visiting the websites will be Rideshare, a network designed to help boarders find a ride to the slopes.
For Waterville, Loon and Cranmore terrain park and Rideshare information please check out these sites: