The best U-Tubes on the right side: the top five East Coast halfpipes.

East Coast pipe under East Coast skies. Jeremy anderson, frontal at Seven Springs. PHOTO: Ben Birk

East Coast pipe under East Coast skies. Jeremy anderson, frontal at Seven Springs. PHOTO: Ben Birk

1. Seven Springs, Pennsylvania

For the second year in a row, Seven Springs has proven that their brand of transition is the hands-down riders’ favorite on the East. Boasting both a halfpipe and Superpipe, Pennsylvania’s shred community has plenty of tranny to work with, allowing the locals to learn their tricks on the smaller walls before bringing them out for the show. The halfpipe itself is no slouch, though; at 275-feet long, with ten-foot walls, you could be hyped to just session those intermediate walls all season long. When’s it time to step it up, head over to the monstrous, 600-foot Superpipe. Cut three times a week, the now-famous mega-tube features eighteen-foot walls, a 57-foot lip range, and over 35 feet in flat-bottom width.

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The Full 2011 TransWorld Resort Poll Results