Total Features: 82
Percentage Of Jibs: 59%
Percentage Of Jumps: 41%
Pipes: *Learning, 12-foot, 18-foot
Park Area: 24.5 acres
Park Operating Days: 165
“There’s nothing better than lapping Main Park off the gondola in the spring,” says Jay Scambio, mountain sports manager for Boyne Resorts, of which Loon is a subsidiary. Jay has a long history at Loon, working on park crew and managing the successful parks program. No doubt, the amount of attention Loon’s park crew puts into sculpting transitions and building rails is part of the draw. And don’t be surprised if you end up in the gondola with your favorite pro. Loon’s creative and well-maintained park is an East Coast magnet for notable snowboarders, especially during events like Last Call or the Loon Project.
*A learning pipe is a banked halfpipe on a flat surface, usually waist deep. It’s designed for beginners to figure out how to slide and compress in transition without fear of loosing control.