2016 Red Bull All-Snow at Carinthia Parks : Full Gallery

The Mt. Snow park crew made miracles happen despite the dismal winter season on the East Coast this year.
Putting the finishing touches on the seemingly endless amounts of transition.
Sugar high groms were killing it all day. Tommy Towns took the win!
Max Lyons kicked things off during practice by sending one over the American flag.
As the first round of qualifiers were about to start, the riders were focused and ready.
Rory Bruder was so excited to ride the course he completely forgot to strap in.
After the long drive from Yawgoo Valley, Brian Skrupski had a lot of pent up energy to let loose.
TJ Fitzgerald trying to imPRESS the judges before qualifiers ended.
(L to R) Tyler Reeds, Max Lyons, Steve Lauder, and Brian Skrupski loosening up and having fun stretching before finals.
The judges definitely didn't have it easy, as they had to decide who would ultimately make it to finals.
Shaun Murphy proves that Red Bull gives you wings…
...as he flies into finals.
Timmy Sullivan sending one of the many proper methods that were thrown throughout the day.
Jesse Gomez poking one out for the crowd.
Tucker Speer’s natural flow and style complimented the course perfectly, resulting in a third place finish.
Kevin Raksnis was one of the many riders rocking a uniquely shaped deck, as well as an equally unique kit.
16-year-old Zebulon Powell takes the win again for the second consecutive year. This dude rips!
Grom winner: Tommy Towns
Women Overall Winner: Lauren Tamposy
(L to R) 3rd place winner Tucker Speer, 1st place winner Zebulon Powell, and 2nd place winner Shaun Murphy.

2016 Red Bull All-Snow Rolls into Carinthia Parks at Mt. Snow

Words & Photos: Ashley Rosemeyer

As I rolled up to Mt. Snow for this year’s Red Bull All-Snow event, I really had no idea what to expect. As a full-time resident of Vermont, I have personally witnessed the challenges this winter has thrown at the hard working crews across the East Coast. They have been fighting a seemingly endless battle to maintain rideable and enjoyable parks this season, but after seeing Saturday's setup, it seems as though the Mount Snow park crew had made a deal with the devil. Despite the East’s lack of snow, they managed to create a truly astonishing course. Consisting of tall vert walls, endless transitions and deep bowls, it would be enough to make Steve Caballero proud.

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The stoke was high as the sun filled the sky and endless Red Bull flowed through the riders' veins. Max Lyons kicked things off in he practice round by completely airing over the volcano at the bottom of the course while riders such as Tucker Speer sent it deep on the multiple hips provided. Riders willing to go the biggest and to get the most creative proceeded to the finals.

Shaun Murphy was the first to drop, sending a huge tuck knee over the DJ booth which proved to be an instant crowd pleaser. Lauren Tamposi also continued to hold it down for the ladies with a huge bag of stylish maneuvers. Riders pushed their limits as time wore thin and more spectators flocked to the gate. Zebulon Powell, who recently celebrated his 16th birthday, was sending it bigger than anyone else there. His lofty backflips and countess spins throughout the course earned him the coveted custom Snurfer and the win for the day. All and all good times were had and Mt. Snow came through once again. Come out and enjoy some sunny springtime sessions on this awesome setup; it’s now open to the public!

Max Lyons. Photo: Ashley Rosemeyer

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