Terrain park innovation

Innovation is the application of better solutions accomplished through more effective products, processes, services, technologies, or ideas.

I currently hold the position of Terrain Park Grooming Supervisor at Loon Mountain in NH.

I was invited to represent Loon Mountain at Snowboarder Magazine's Superpark in 2009, 2010, 2012, and 2013.

Our jump was featured on the cover of the 2013 Superpark issue of Snowboarder Magazine!

Credit: snowboardermag.com

Terrain parks are my art

— Snowboarder Magazine ©

For almost twenty years, Superpark has been the foremost arena for both riders and park builders to stake a claim in the snowboarding community. A legion of talented pros have dropped into legendary features built by crews the likes of Mammoth Mountain, Mt. Bachelor, Seven Springs, Breckenridge, Lake Louise, Bear Mountain, High Cascade, Loon Mountain, Boreal, Copper Mountain, and more. The outcomes and stories over the years have become a rich event heritage that SNOWBOARDER is proud to continue to deepen each season. As Superpark enters into its seventeenth year, take a walk through past Superparks, and re-familiarize yourself with the long hours spent in cats by the builders; the jumps that were so gnarly, they got their own names; and the snowboarders who not only hucked themselves huge distances from takeoff to landing, but who launched their careers at the same time.

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Let's Talk

I would be stoked to hear from you! You can send me a direct message on instagram at @partlowerik.

During the winter or summer I can be found in a terrain or bike park at Loon Mountain.