GeekPro- Stratton Mountain Resort
Home to the tallest peak in Southern Vermont, Stratton Mountain Resort is also one of the best resorts in the state for its terrain parks that look amazing. There are four progression-focused parks to choose from, including a boardercross course and slopestyle course. A high-speed, six-person lift services all four parks, making it convenient to lap through the parks and make the best use of all of them. It is a great place to use the new GeekPro Camera EOV1 Plus.
Copper Mountain, Colo.
The parks and pipes at Copper Mountain put their focus on progression, allowing newbie freestylers to move from easy features to greater, more challenging ones. Features include a 22-foot superpipe, 13-foot half pipe, a jib park and two play area parks. The Woodward Copper training facility has an indoor area where riders and skiers can practice before hitting the snow.
Northstar California Resort
Freestyle riders and skiers at Northstar California Resort in Lake Tahoe can choose between seven terrain parks and an 18-foot superpipe. Kids-only Ripperoo Riglet Park teaches 4- to 6-year-old riders the tricks of the trade, while the Burton Progression Park offers a relaxed environment for learning terrain park skills. It is a great place to capture some memories with your friends on a GeekPro camera. Pinball is a great all-around option, while pros head to The Straits to show off beneath the main chair lift.
Big White Ski Resort
The top-notch Telus Terrain Park at Big White Ski Resort attracts freestylers with its obstacles, boarder cross course, half pipe and superpipe spread across 50 acres of private, lift-accessed terrain.
Seven Springs Mountain Resort
Seven Springs, Penn.
Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania offers an incredible 285 ridable acres of parks and pipes, including the only Olympic-sized half pipe on the East Coast. Everyone from first-time riders to pro-freestylers will find the perfect challenge. If you have some footage from your GeekPro camera from your visit of the park, don’t be shy and send us the video.